NYSCA Under A. G. Probe of Habeas Corpus Violations

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New York State Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman received Complaint # 12-1426 from Robert E. Brown (Brown) of Wilmington Delaware, a recent Applicant to the New York State Bar, through the New York State Court of Appeals (hereinafter NYSCA). Brown is requesting admission to the New York State Bar Association. The Complaint “Draws into Question” New York State Statutes 22 NYSRR § 520.10 (Admissions without Examination) (a), (1), (i). Brown charges the New York State Court of Appeals of “Restraining” Brown's Liberty of admission to the New York State Bar, and charging the NYSCA actions “Unconstitutional.” The NYSCA is In violation of 22 NYSRR 22 § 520.10 (Admission without Examination) (a), (1), (i) and violation of Chapter 14. Art. 5 § 72, (Special Proceedings or Habeas Corpus) Statute, N. Y. S. Constitution Article I § 4 (Habeas Corpus) and Federal Rule Civil Procedure 5.1 Constitutional Challenge to a Statute – Notice, Certification and Intervention: “(a) NOTICE BY A PARTY. A party that files a pleading, written motion, or other paper drawing into question the constitutionality of a federal or state statute must promptly:” “(1) File a notice of constitutional question stating the question and identifying the paper that raises it,…” “(2) serve the notice and paper … on the state attorney general if a state statute is questioned—either by certified or registered mail.”

Robert E. Brown has charged the New York Bar of “Restraining” his admission to the Bar (New York state Court of Appeals, Complaint # 12-1426).

On June 25, 2012, Brown served copies of “Motion on NYSCA Pursuant to 22 NYSRR § 520.10 Admission without Examination on NYSCA under New York Chapter 14. Art. 5 § 72, (Special Proceedings) Statue and N. Y. S. Constitution Article I § 4 Writ of Habeas Corpus (Ad Subjiciendum) and Memorandum in Support by certified Mail.                                                                                        

  •         Brown presented credentials that meets the standards of the New York State Legislatures definition of “The Practice of Law” as a “Matter of Law,” for admission to the New York State Court of Appeals, under New York Statute 22 NYSRR § 520.10 (a), (1), (i), (Admission without Examination).
  •      New York Court of Appeals Office of the Clerk has said that Brown's, application was never received by the New York State Court of Appeals Clerks Office.
  •      Brown produced evidence confirming the fact of Brown's application was sent by Fed Ex Ground delivery on June 22, 2012 to the New York State Court of Appeals in Albany New York.
  •      According to Fed Ex Certified Signature of receipt, the New York State Court of Appeals received Applicant’s application in the NYSCA Clerk’s Office on June 25, 2012.
  •      On July 6, 2012, Brown received a letter from the Clerk of the NYSCA Office informing Brown that the Court had “Denied” the Motion 0f (Waiver of Strict Compliance) § 520.10 on June 21, 2012.
  •      The Clerk of the NYSCA’s claim of not receiving Brown's application contradicts the facts and evidence of Exhibits (A) and (B) in the record.
  •      Brown seeks Parties Compliance with Government and Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) of “Public Duty” and National Publication of the matter.

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