The video & song used on this website was authorized by the original Artist Rick Derringer.
A person, who knowingly gives police false information in order to have someone arrested, has committed the tort of malicious prosecution.
No court should have access to computer software that gives them the ability to delete damaging unwanted courtroom statements from a judge, DA, or ADA. It's like giving a child molester a key to a daycare center!
In the American Judicial System
Malicious prosecution is administrated by an individual who is a victim of corruption in the American Judicial System. Information provided is supported by documents and facts pertaining to my story.
In criminal prosecutions, the accused has the right to a speedy and public trial by jury, right to know the nature of the crime and to confront accusers, right to present witnesses on their behalf and the privilege against self-incrimination. If the accused can't afford defense counsel, one will be appointed by the court at no cost.
This website is dedicated to the wrongfully convicted.
Malicious prosecution is a nonprofit website exposing the truth about corrupt justice in Massachusetts. Innocent until proven guilty, Not true! In this judicial system your guilty, then you have to prove you're innocence! This is liberty and justice for some, Not for all! Everyone should be treated fairly and Equal. Nobody is above the law, Not even the justice system. I'm an individual who speaks out against corrupt justice and bad jurisprudence. The website provides the facts to support the claims with a thorough understanding of the U.S. Constitution and Massachusetts General Laws. If you want to view an extraordinary miscarriage of justice in Massachusetts, click on navigation buttons My Story thru 2016 Court Ruling.
Your 6th Amendment Rights:
• Right to a speedy trial • Right to a public trial
• Right to a jury trial • Right to know the nature of the crime
• Right to confront accusers
• Right to present witnesses
Your Primary Areas of Corruption and Bad Jurisprudence:
• Prosecuting someone on false charges • Legal documents signed incorrectly
• Charges based on falsified evidence • Tampering with evidence
• Conflict of interest
• Violation of constitutional rights • Denial of due process
• Right to have defense council