Why did Gov. Perdue give N.C. Chief Justice Sarah Parker a lifetime achievement award?
Parker’s achievements include overlooking the $100 million crime in the AOC which reports to her (reported by the state auditor), and obstructing justice by failing to order the AOC to create a form to enforce probable cause hearings in the state’s district courts as mandated by NCGS §15A-606.
And, the ACIS court computer system doesn’t differentiate between court dates and jury trials, and defendants and their attorneys aren’t notified of either. The ACIS court computer system doesn’t even contain a field to allow a clerk to input probable cause hearing information. In addition, many of the misdemeanor court forms approved by the AOC contain errors in violation of state statutes and the U.S. Constitution. This impacts potentially everyone who has ever been a defendant in the state of North Carolina.
Per NCGS §7A-34, Chief Justice Sarah Parker is responsible for ensuring correct procedures are followed in all of the state’s district and superior courts. And per § 7A-10.1 she has authority to prescribe standards of judicial conduct and correct judicial misconduct.
I sent Chief Justice Parker a detailed overnight letter about these issues early in December and she never replied. How can Parker accept a lifetime achievement award without correcting the obstruction of justice occurring for years throughout the state court system — which she is responsible for?
Correcting these injustices will cost the state of North Carolina millions of dollars. How is Governor Perdue going to explain this to the federal government?