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Relevance Of US Adultery Laws

Updated: Apr 28

Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

APR 27TH, 2024

RESPECTFULLY ADDRESSED TO

NEW YORK AG OFFICE & E JEAN CARROLL LEGAL COUNSEL

CASE CITATION : govuscourtsnysd5900451740_1.pdf : CASE CITATION

Child Management Issues : Behaviour Modification : Community Standards : Establishing Rules Of Acceptable Behaviour Are Established For The Child Through The Direct And Sustained Examples Set Forth By The Parents.

Backgrounder "When Donald J. Trump was just two-and-a-half years old, his life took a challenging turn due to his mother’s serious illness. At that critical point in his development, his mother, Mary Trump, was essentially absent, leaving young Donald in a semi-abandoned state1. During this period, did he have a nanny to care for him? The historical record doesn’t specifically mention a nanny, but it’s likely that other family members or caregivers stepped in to provide support during his mother’s illness.

However, it’s essential to recognize that Donald Trump’s upbringing was significantly influenced by his father, Fred Trump. Fred imparted a stern and demanding approach to life, emphasizing that there were only two kinds of people: winners (or “killers”) and losers. This lesson shaped Donald’s determination to become a “killer” and succeed in life. At the age of 13, Fred sent Donald to military school, where the lessons in dominance and competition reached another level. Military school became a five-year lesson in bullying, where Donald ruled dormitory life with an iron fist, yelling at classmates and pushing them around1."

STATE CRIMES - LAWS PROHIBITING PAYING FOR "FAVOURS" IN NEW YORK STATE

The Multi-faceted Family Background Of Childhood Denial And Confusion Has Led To Being A Substantial Public Problem - One Which The Law Must Now Consider As Being Necessary To Manage This Evident Bad Behaviour Through Judicial Decision Making That Will Involve Loss Of Wealth Or The Toys : I.E., "Truth Social" Business Licence. The Law Provides Legal Mechanisms To "Arrest" This "Bad Behaviour" By Removing The "Toy" And 'Crayons" As A Necessary Decision To Protect The Safety Of The Court : The Jury And Witnesses From Criminal Abuse. Placing "Truth Social" Under A Public Trust; Administered By A Court Appointed Moderator Is Reasonable. Organized Crime Actors Are Accustomed To Having Their Weapons And Assets Seized Into Public Trust. Mister Trump Was Sent To Military College Because He Was Out Of Control. The Good Adminstration Of Justice Requires A Substantial Impact Upon This 'Bad Behaviour" - Now, Before More Witnesses Are Jeopardized Through The "Truth Social" Criminal Rantings By This Citizen Trump; Whom Members Of The Psychiatric Community Have Labeled As Being A Sociopath : One Who Suffers Disregard For Social Norms And Continuously Infringes Upon The Rights Of Others Via Aggressive Impulsivity.

'Tis A Puzzlement It Is - This Adultery Matter - General Public Dismissive" The proverb “Those who live in glass houses shouldn’t throw stones” is a clever reminder not to criticize others for flaws that we ourselves possess. It serves as a cautionary warning: if you throw stones at someone else’s house, you’re likely to have someone do the same to yours. The metaphor of a “glass house” emphasizes the fragility and instability of the stone-thrower’s position. Before they know it, their own vulnerabilities may be exposed123"

"The last conviction for adultery in Massachusetts was in 1983 and held that the statute was constitutional and that "no fundamental personal privacy right implicit in the concept of ordered liberty guaranteed by the United States Constitution bars the criminal prosecution of such persons [adulterers]."[98]""such violations [of the adultery statute], prosecutions by law enforcement officials are essentially nonexistent. . . . It seems beyond dispute that the [statute] defining or punishing the [crime] of . . . adultery . . . [has] fallen into a very comprehensive desuetude." Fort v. Fort, 12 Mass. App. Ct. 411, 416-417 (1981). See Loud v. Loud, 386 Mass. 473, 476 n.2. (1982). However, as the Appeals Court further noted: "To recognize that fact is not to say that [this statute has] become invalid or judicially unenforceable. See 2 Sands, Sutherland Statutory Construction Section 34.06 (4th ed. 1973). District of Columbia v. John R. Thompson Co., 346 U.S. 100, 113-114 (1953)" (footnote omitted). Id. at 417. The failure to prosecute others is not presented by the legal questions reported in this case. The statute remains as a permissible expression of public policy. If any lack of prosecution of the crime of adultery indicates a general public disfavor with the statute, appropriate means exist to address such disfavor to the Legislature, which has the power to change or repeal the statute. See Commonwealth v. Brasher, 359 Mass. 550, 558 (1971). In the absence of a constitutional violation, we have no power to invalidate the statute.

Accordingly, we answer the reported questions as follows: (1) G. L. c. 272, Section 14, is not unconstitutional on its face; (2) G. L. c. 272, Section 14, is not unconstitutional as applied to the facts of the present case; (3) G. L. c. 272, Section 14, may be applied to consensual acts between adults in private."

IN MANHATTAN COURTHOUSE

PREFERRED RULING TO APPREHEND CONTINUED ALLEGED CRIMINAL BREACHES OF GAG ORDER

THE UNFORTUNATE LEGACIES OF CHILDHOOD BECOME LIFELONG QUESTS

JUST CAUSE EXECUTED ON BEHALF OF GOOD PUBLIC ORDER

RESPECTFULLY PUBLISHED - WITH MEASURED CAUTION

"Here are some common signs associated with dry alcoholic syndrome:

  1. Replacing Addiction with a New One: Individuals may replace their alcohol addiction with other compulsive behaviors, such as excessive internet use, pornography consumption, overeating, or engaging in risky sexual behavior.

  2. Terminal Uniqueness: This refers to a self-absorbed attitude where the person believes their experience is entirely unique and incomparable to others. It can hinder effective communication and connection with others.

  3. Negativity or Frustration: Some dry alcoholics feel frustrated or negative about not being able to drink. They may harbor jealousy toward those who do not struggle with addiction.

  4. Mood Swings: Dry alcoholics may experience mood swings ranging from depression to extreme happiness.

  5. Fear of Inability to Change: There might be an underlying fear that they cannot maintain their sobriety or change their behavior effectively.

It’s crucial for individuals experiencing these symptoms to seek professional help and explore the reasons that led them into addiction in the first place. Remember that recovery is a journey, and ongoing support is essential for sustained well-being123"

"The US prison psychiatrist who introduced a successful voluntary “Rebirthing Therapy” to reduce recidivism is Dr. Robert Stewart1. His innovative approach aimed to address mental health issues among inmates and prevent them from returning to criminal behavior."

SALUS POPULI SUPREMA EST LEX - THE PEOPLE'S SAFETY IS THE SUPREME LAW

For more comprehensive information and specific court dates, you can refer to the Master Calendar of Trump Court Dates1. Please note that this calendar captures significant events in both legal and political domains related to Donald Trump.

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Published By : Goodwin-RC : CEO +1News Central

APR 27TH, 2024

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