From 1 April 2011, Her Majesty's Courts Service and the Tribunals Service integrated to form Her Majesty's Courts and Tribunals Service.
Her Majesty’s Courts Service (HMCS) is an executive agency of the Ministry of Justice (MoJ). Their remit is to deliver justice effectively and efficiently to the public. They are responsible for managing the magistrates’ courts, the Crown Court, county courts, the High Court and Court of Appeal in England and Wales. However do not expect fair justice from them, they threaten people in the courts for being in contempt, if they insist they are being treated unfairly. The only contempt in many cases is the the contempt shown by the judge towards a victim.
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"You must conceal all the crimes of your brother Masons, except murder and treason, and these only at your own option, and should you be summoned as a witness against a brother Mason be always sure to shield him. Prevaricate [falsify], don't tell the whole truth in his case, keep his secrets, forget the most important points. It may be perjury to do this, it is true, but you're keeping your obligations, and remember if you live up to your obligation strictly, you'll be free from sin." (Edmond Ronayne, "Masonic Handbook," page 183)
This site contains a wide range of information including:
- High Court Civil Actions (including Masonic influences and Masonic Misconduct - Click Here)
- Small claims & County Court Actions - Click Here
- Divorce proceedings - Click Here
- Wills and Probate - Click Here
- Family Courts - Click Here
- No Win, No Fee Lawyers - Click Here
We fully endorse fellow-campaigner Michael Doherty’s New Year Message delivered outside the Metropolitan Police HQ at New Scotland Yard London on 1 January 2013.
Michael has attained the distinction of having mounted a private prosecution against the police and won, so who better qualified to send a message of hope and encouragement to all battling for justice in the UK today. The only problem for Michael, is that in the UK the courts tend to protect bent police officers and cover up their misconduct. The only police officers that appear to get convicted seem to be lower ranks, whilst very senior officers like the ACPO officers in Dorset seem to be protected all the way to the top.