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Constitutional rights attorney for Supreme Court Justice

Mon, Sep 24, 2012

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Baton Rouge constitutional rights attorney, Jeffry L. Sanford, has announced his candidacy for Supreme Court on an independent liberty platform. He was inspired to run for office by the same discussion of freedom that motivated so many young people to commandeer the Republican Party State Convention process. Rather than allow the discussion of liberty to die in this State, he has chosen to take this opportunity to inject into the race the issues most significant to preservation of our rights as citizens.

When elected, he will immediately implement strict scrutiny of any and all laws impinging on personal freedom, requiring the State to show a strong State purpose for the law and a narrow tailoring of the law to achieve that purpose. As a practicing lawyer, he knows all too well the difficulty of keeping up with the acts of the legislature. If a law cannot be read and easily understood in the span of an hour, it will be stricken as unconstitutional. How can the citizens of this state be presumed to know the law if the legislature that passes doesn’t even read it themselves. There will be no more unchecked idiocy from the legislature. At least one Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court will do the job of protecting the constitutional rights of Louisiana’s citizens when Jeff Sanford is elected.

Second, the issue of spiking violent crime and murder will be addressed directly. Freedom is not a buzzword. It is a solution. For fifty years, drug laws have been applied unequally to our population. Where one person is allowed to choose what to put in his body, another is called a felon for the same choice. When a person is labeled a felon, their ability to get a job is drastically reduced. Their ability to train their children to work and seek gainful employment is eliminated. They are alienated from society and as are their children, grandchildren and extended family to a lesser extent. Jeff Sanford will institute sentencing guidelines which will require the judges of this State to impose only token punishment for victimless crime and automatically expunge the criminal records of any and all offenders convicted of a victimless crime if they remain conviction free for three years.

The property rights of teachers to their retirement will be protected. Our teachers may not be the best teachers in the world, but they are the ones who are doing the job. They have been trained and have education degrees. If they need more or better training they should have it. They should certainly not be scapegoated for the problems facing our community and have their money taken away. It took us too long to get them paid as they deserve.

Louisiana has twice the national average of incarcerated persons as any other state in the USA and the USA incarcerates more people than any other nation in the world. Louisiana therefore has more people incarcerated per capita than any other nation in the world. What do we do with the teacher’s money we took from them? Give it to the prisons. I say it’s taking money from public school and putting it in murder school. The teachers will be protected and not a single non-violent offender will be put in a jail of a prison with a violent offender, ever.

Third, the problem of lawyers filing any kind of lies they are paid to file must be addressed. Too often, a lawyer will file whatever he or she is paid to file. These lawyers feel that the cost of losing a client is simply too high to refuse their desires to misuse our system. Just like the system relies on honest and good judges, policemen, child protection investigators, and district attorneys, it absolutely must demand a higher level of ethical performance from its lawyers. Those who file or support factually unfounded pleadings must be disbarred. The same goes for judges who refuse to notice the failure of a right of action for so long justice is effectively denied the parties.

Mr. Sanford’s campaign website is www.sanfordforjustice.org

 Baton Rouge constitutional rights attorney, Jeffry L. Sanford, has announced his candidacy for Supreme Court on an independent liberty platform. He was inspired to run for office by the same discussion of freedom that motivated so many young people to commandeer the Republican Party State Convention process. Rather than allow the discussion of liberty to die in this State, he has chosen to take this opportunity to inject into the race the issues most significant to preservation of our rights as citizens.

When elected, he will immediately implement strict scrutiny of any and all laws impinging on personal freedom, requiring the State to show a strong State purpose for the law and a narrow tailoring of the law to achieve that purpose. As a practicing lawyer, he knows all too well the difficulty of keeping up with the acts of the legislature. If a law cannot be read and easily understood in the span of an hour, it will be stricken as unconstitutional. How can the citizens of this state be presumed to know the law if the legislature that passes doesn’t even read it themselves. There will be no more unchecked idiocy from the legislature. At least one Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court will do the job of protecting the constitutional rights of Louisiana’s citizens when Jeff Sanford is elected.

Second, the issue of spiking violent crime and murder will be addressed directly. Freedom is not a buzzword. It is a solution. For fifty years, drug laws have been applied unequally to our population. Where one person is allowed to choose what to put in his body, another is called a felon for the same choice. When a person is labeled a felon, their ability to get a job is drastically reduced. Their ability to train their children to work and seek gainful employment is eliminated. They are alienated from society and as are their children, grandchildren and extended family to a lesser extent. Jeff Sanford will institute sentencing guidelines which will require the judges of this State to impose only token punishment for victimless crime and automatically expunge the criminal records of any and all offenders convicted of a victimless crime if they remain conviction free for three years.

The property rights of teachers to their retirement will be protected. Our teachers may not be the best teachers in the world, but they are the ones who are doing the job. They have been trained and have education degrees. If they need more or better training they should have it. They should certainly not be scapegoated for the problems facing our community and have their money taken away. It took us too long to get them paid as they deserve.

Louisiana has twice the national average of incarcerated persons as any other state in the USA and the USA incarcerates more people than any other nation in the world. Louisiana therefore has more people incarcerated per capita than any other nation in the world. What do we do with the teacher’s money we took from them? Give it to the prisons. I say it’s taking money from public school and putting it in murder school. The teachers will be protected and not a single non-violent offender will be put in a jail of a prison with a violent offender, ever.

Third, the problem of lawyers filing any kind of lies they are paid to file must be addressed. Too often, a lawyer will file whatever he or she is paid to file. These lawyers feel that the cost of losing a client is simply too high to refuse their desires to misuse our system. Just like the system relies on honest and good judges, policemen, child protection investigators, and district attorneys, it absolutely must demand a higher level of ethical performance from its lawyers. Those who file or support factually unfounded pleadings must be disbarred. The same goes for judges who refuse to notice the failure of a right of action for so long justice is effectively denied the parties.

Mr. Sanford’s campaign website is www.sanfordforjustice.org Baton Rouge constitutional rights attorney, Jeffry L. Sanford, has announced his candidacy for Supreme Court on an independent liberty platform. He was inspired to run for office by the same discussion of freedom that motivated so many young people to commandeer the Republican Party State Convention process. Rather than allow the discussion of liberty to die in this State, he has chosen to take this opportunity to inject into the race the issues most significant to preservation of our rights as citizens.

When elected, he will immediately implement strict scrutiny of any and all laws impinging on personal freedom, requiring the State to show a strong State purpose for the law and a narrow tailoring of the law to achieve that purpose. As a practicing lawyer, he knows all too well the difficulty of keeping up with the acts of the legislature. If a law cannot be read and easily understood in the span of an hour, it will be stricken as unconstitutional. How can the citizens of this state be presumed to know the law if the legislature that passes doesn’t even read it themselves. There will be no more unchecked idiocy from the legislature. At least one Justice of the Louisiana Supreme Court will do the job of protecting the constitutional rights of Louisiana’s citizens when Jeff Sanford is elected.

Second, the issue of spiking violent crime and murder will be addressed directly. Freedom is not a buzzword. It is a solution. For fifty years, drug laws have been applied unequally to our population. Where one person is allowed to choose what to put in his body, another is called a felon for the same choice. When a person is labeled a felon, their ability to get a job is drastically reduced. Their ability to train their children to work and seek gainful employment is eliminated. They are alienated from society and as are their children, grandchildren and extended family to a lesser extent. Jeff Sanford will institute sentencing guidelines which will require the judges of this State to impose only token punishment for victimless crime and automatically expunge the criminal records of any and all offenders convicted of a victimless crime if they remain conviction free for three years.

The property rights of teachers to their retirement will be protected. Our teachers may not be the best teachers in the world, but they are the ones who are doing the job. They have been trained and have education degrees. If they need more or better training they should have it. They should certainly not be scapegoated for the problems facing our community and have their money taken away. It took us too long to get them paid as they deserve.

Louisiana has twice the national average of incarcerated persons as any other state in the USA and the USA incarcerates more people than any other nation in the world. Louisiana therefore has more people incarcerated per capita than any other nation in the world. What do we do with the teacher’s money we took from them? Give it to the prisons. I say it’s taking money from public school and putting it in murder school. The teachers will be protected and not a single non-violent offender will be put in a jail of a prison with a violent offender, ever.

Third, the problem of lawyers filing any kind of lies they are paid to file must be addressed. Too often, a lawyer will file whatever he or she is paid to file. These lawyers feel that the cost of losing a client is simply too high to refuse their desires to misuse our system. Just like the system relies on honest and good judges, policemen, child protection investigators, and district attorneys, it absolutely must demand a higher level of ethical performance from its lawyers. Those who file or support factually unfounded pleadings must be disbarred. The same goes for judges who refuse to notice the failure of a right of action for so long justice is effectively denied the parties.

Mr. Sanford’s campaign website is www.sanfordforjustice.org

You can also follow his campaign on Facebook here https://www.facebook.com/sanfordforjustice

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