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On May 5, 2015, at 7:02 AM, Theodore Visner <ted@visner4sheriff.com> wrote:

Speaking to the current and intentional state of our Michigan courts.

Stating that our courts are “CORRUPT” is incredibly insufficient. The identification and exploitation of

criminal intent is required to establish a basis for meaningful and lasting change.

In “Child Protective Proceedings” (CPS Cases), the Michigan Supreme Court has built a provision into the

Michigan Court Rules that serves to save lower courts from wanton Due Process violations with regard to

Respondent Parents. The specific court rule is MCR 3.920(H).

This Michigan Court Rule allows the court, the prosecutors, public defenders and agencies such as CPS

and DHS to rely on the ability to unlawfully establish jurisdiction without proper lawful notice to the

parties which is a terminal defect to the proceedings themselves.

MCR 3.920(H) Notice Defects. The appearance and participation of a party at a hearing is…

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