Oh Beautiful for spacious skies, for amber waves of grain ...


We are hard pressed on every side, yet not crushed;

we are perplexed, but not in despair;

persecuted, but not forsaken;

struck down, but not destroyed -- 

2 Corinthians 4:8-9



PACourtInjustice presents this page as a reference and reminder of the rights and privileges afforded all citizens under the Constitutions of the United States and the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania. It offers a comparison with statutes and ‘rules and regulations’ that may impinge on the constitutional rights of We the People, and publishes federal and State statutes that make it a crime to deprive persons of their rights under the U.S. Constitution.


"Good is the Enemy of Best."

PA CourtInjustice reviews the application of ‘law’ in our courts to demonstrate how the courts systematically deprive us our rights and suppress our spirit.


The U.S. Constitution is a CONTRACT between “We the People” and the government formed by the People to serve the People. Under this CONTRACT, a Public Trust secures those individual rights as enumerated in the Bill of Rights et al and the Inherent Rights of Mankind as specified and enumerated in the Constitution of Pennsylvania. Defendant is a beneficiary of those rights under the Public Trust, and waives not one of his rights.

All rights have been endowed upon We the People by our Creator. [Declaration of Independence].  Court officers, including prosecutors and judges, have a fiduciary responsibility [a legal duty] as public servants to serve as trustees under that Public Trust and to secure for all beneficiaries thereto the rights as intended. A breach of their fiduciary responsibility constitutes a breach of trust by the government, subject to all penalties which may attach thereto. Further, a breach of one’s fiduciary responsibility places that trustee “at war” with the Constitution.

State courts are empowered to act in a judicial capacity under Article III of the federal Constitution. All State judges are required to subscribe an oath of office before entering the duties of that office. All judges have a LEGAL DUTY to serve under their oath of office. So long as a judge administers the law within the limits of his authority and jurisdiction, that judge has qualified immunity from personal liability. A judge who acts contrary to the Oath of Office or otherwise violates the constitutional rights of a litigant loses (forfeits) any immunity that attached to his office.   

Where the State accepts federal money for compliance with a federal Code, such as the Child Support Enforcement Program [45 CFR 302/304], judges have a DUTY under the delegation of judicial powers and their oath of office to conduct hearings in conformance and compliance with the U.S. Constitution.

Because the federal government provides "financial incentives" to the States under 45 CFR  --  Chapter III, Child Support Enforcement Program, a.k.a. CSEP, child support actions in every State must protect and preserve the constitutional rights of defendants. i.e., The State accepts federal money for compliance with 45 CFR 302/304.

Whether CSEP is an UN-constitutional expansion of authority by the federal government into the rights and powers reserved to the several States is a "constitutional question" for discussion and ultimately judicial review in the Supreme Court. Regardless of that decision, the distribution of federal monies via CSEP is an UNCONSTITUTIONAL "cash cow" for State courts.

A List of Documents contains excerpts from the federal and State constitutions, federal and State statutes, the Code of Federal Regulations, and State rules / regulations that impinge on constitutional rights or fail to protect rights secured under a constitution or statute in order to comply with federal regulations, often to take full advantage of federal “financial incentives”.


Authority for any person to act in a judicial capacity arises from the Supreme Law of the Land; Article VI, paragraph 2 of the U.S. Constitution. That authority is delegated to the States under the caveat that all laws and judicial authority must pass Constitutional muster. State courts that fail to protect and defend the rights and privileges of individuals as secured under the Constitution places that “judge” at war with the Constitution, depriving the judge of jurisdiction to perform the duties of office. Warring with the Constitution renders a judge “unfit” for office.

"...  particular phraseology of the constitution of the United States confirms and strengthens the principle, supposed to be essential to all written constitutions, that a law repugnant to the constitution is void, and that courts, as well as other departments, are bound by that instrument.”
Marbury v. Madison, 1 Cranch 137 (1803).


Article VI, Section 3 of the Constitution of Pennsylvania requires all public officers, including judges, to take and subscribe an oath of office that they "will support, obey and defend the Constitution of the United States and the Constitution of this Commonwealth ..." before performing the duties of their office, judicial or administrative.

Any speech critical of the courts should justify that position with clear irrefutable evidence that the court(s) are at war with the Constitution and the laws of this Land. PaCourtInjustice offers compelling evidence that the courts of Pennsylvania, top to bottom, are “at war” with the Constitution of the United States, and are frequently at war with the Constitution of Pennsylvania. In short, Pennsylvania courts are corrupt.

Any person choosing to deny the truth of this allegation must submit their objection in affidavit form per instructions published in MISSION: Declaration of Truth.

The viewer is encouraged to read excerpts from the Federal and State Constitutions to refresh your mind with inalienable rights bestowed upon us and secured as a "right" under these Constitutions. The reader may explore selected statutes, codes, rules and regulations that impair or impinge on those rights, or where a court may administer a law that is “fair on its face” with a “heavy hand or an evil eye”. We will look at and compare court rules and municipal ordinances to search for “laws” that violate constitutional rights.

We encourage dialogue that may compel a review and repeal of these “Codes” as failing “constitutional” muster. An exchange of ideas that identifies Constitutional Problems [Updated Oct. 2007 - Britney  / Custody] and proposes Remedies is essential to reclamation of the rights of “We the People” from a government that has forgotten its purpose. Robust discussion of a concept that a judicial interpretation of law becomes the law is welcome.

"The government is a juggling confederacy of a few to cheat the prince and enslave the people."  -- Edmund Burke

Pennsylvania's Government takes action against those critical of government, including steps that have a chilling effect on the First Amendment “freedom of speech” rights of lawyers. Click to view a Letter from PA Supreme Court Justice Ronald D. Castille.

Federal and State courts systemically deprive persons of their rights under the Fifth, Sixth and Ninth Amendments. “Due process”  is reduced to mere words without sinew by oppressive and tyrannical judges.  These courts support municipalities and agencies acting “under color of law” to exact penalties upon the unsuspecting victim, in many cases, unlawfully depriving persons of their property; i.e., State-Sanctioned Stealing.


We  the People must maintain vigilance against Codes and Laws that deprive us our rights in violation of Amendments IX and X, which limit the power of Federal and State government to assume authority not specifically granted the government by our founding Fathers. 

"It is not the function of our Government to keep the citizen from falling into error; it is the function of the citizen to keep the Government from falling into error." American Communications Ass’n v. Douds, 339 U.S. 382; 70 S.Ct. 674 (1950)


Intentional misapplication of law must qualify as a “corrupt act or practice” for which a judge is subject to discipline, including impeachment / removal from office. See MISSION: Title 11 PACODE 11.8-806.

The Pennsylvania Constitution permits “We the People” to make changes to our government as necessity arises. This website argues that CHANGE is necessary, and that the change must be drastic.


List of Documents | Constitution Problems | Constitution Remedies