Abuses, Errors And Indiscretions Committed By Rhode Island Court Staff
- On more than one occasion, Caught has observed one Bailiff in
Washington County talking down and acting superior towards the
public regarding clothing worn by the poor and lack of knowledge by
the general public regarding court decorum.
- Read about the arrest of a
clerk in the appeals office who was altering traffic court
records. Also The state police say Barbara DiCarlo of Providence took
money submitted by motorists to pay their traffic fines.
- Caught has observed and heard of countless examples of clerks
being rude, deliberately discouraging and deceptive, particularly
to people trying to handle their cases Pro-se due to poverty.
Read the details regarding,
in part, the work of Traffic court administrator Leo Skenyon,
Administrator Magistrate Joseph P. Ippolito and Acting Deputy
Administrator Kevin Spina.
FOOD FOR THOUGHT
Many times the reason or purpose for events in our life initially escapes us,
but I am certain we can find reason and/or purpose in everything that happens!
It takes a short time to learn to exercise power, but a lifetime to learn how to avoid abusing it.
We are no longer a country of laws, we are a country where laws are "creatively interpreted."
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