1) US District Court
2) US Court of Appeals
3) US Supreme Court
A type of writ, meant for rare use, by which an appellate court decides to review a case at its discretion. The word certioari comes from Law Latin and means “to be more fully informed.” A writ of certiorari orders a lower court to deliver its record in a case so that the higher court may review it. The U.S. Supreme Court uses certiorari to pick most of the cases that it hears.
A writ is an order issued by a legal authority with administrative or juridicial powers, typically a court.
See Writ of certiorari, Writ of error, Writ of habeas corpus, Writ of mandamus
Definition from Nolo’s Plain-English Law Dictionary
A written order from a judge requiring specific action by the person or entity to whom the writ is directed. Writs can be directed to other, lower court judges (writ of mandamus); to prison officials (writ of habeas corpus); and others.
“Pro Se” legal actions are…
A basic Civil Right of every American citizen, to insure every citizen can represent themselves in Courts of law, regardless of whether one has an attorney to represent them or their cause. Justice is a Civil Right.
pro se (proh say) prep. Latin for “for himself”. A party to a lawsuit who represents himself (acting in propria persona), is appearing in the case “pro se.”
Louie E. Johnston Jr. Pro Se, filed a pending complex Federal Court lawsuit in the United States Courts, against the United States Department of Justice, several USDOJ Attorneys personally, Eric Holder, and President Barak Obama.
The lawsuit specified admitted forced advocating of Muslims against Christians, and failure to shut down 302 Muslim Charity Fronts and numerous Muslim mosques that raised millions of dollars for terrorists waging war against America.
It also seeks numerous Declaratory Judgments from the Court, to clarify several Religious and other Civil Rights issues, such as “please clarify the specific time and law, event or ruling that renounced or changed prior documented Supreme Court rulings that America is a Christian nation.”
The facts are that legitimate, credible, Pro Se Court actions of American citizens are the lifeblood of individual liberty, providing hope for every citizen, but sadly availed by so few.
“Jailhouse Lawyer” is a term describing a prison inmate who studies law in prison libraries, prepares legal documents for himself and/or others, and engages the Courts for Judicial relief based on the legal case he/she prepared and filed.
While it is a derogatory term, a joke, a thorn in the side of Courts who are forced to process every Jailhouse Lawyer’s legal process filed, considered a waste of valuable Court time and budgeted resources, there is no escaping one fact.
Jailhouse lawyers actions sometimes have merit, and the Court will grant Judicial relief, even freedom from prison, when any individual person can prove their case in Court.
Louie E. Johnston Jr. presents the role model examples of his Pro Se lawsuit that must be heard, processed, and ruled on by the Federal Courts, up to the Supreme Court if needed, praying this example educates, inspires, and motivates to action, the spirit of the 80% of all Americans who claim to believe in God Jehovah and The Holy Bible.
Judeo Christians must hold our Federal Government accountable, with legitimate Pro Se pursuits of Justice flooding our Federal Courts, overwhelming the Liberal Lunacy prevailing simply because the American Civil Liberties Union attorneys persevere and Judeo Christians refuse to engage in battle.
Jailhouse lawyers have nothing to lose.
ACLU attorneys have everything to gain from defaults.
Judeo Christians can no longer refuse to engage in battle, or our posterity will be born into tyranny and slavery!
Economic slavery paying the price of this generation’s debts, Cultural slavery from socialism, multi-culturalism lunacy.
Religious slavery from destruction of Judeo Christian values.
It is only a matter of time, effort, and money…”where your treasure is, there will your heart be also” is quoted twice, Matthew 6:21 and Luke 12:34, both with the same identical quote from Jesus Christ.
Federal Court Pro Se filing fees are $350, but Indigents may file without paying Court filing fees, so money is no factor.
Where is your treasure? God and Country must be, in order to preserve the “American system of Principles and Fundamental values” we hold as our treasure at this American Constitution Center.
Founder Louie E. Johnston Jr. 2013