“Moffatt Media,” supports in part to Dismantle the State Bar of Arizona under Senate Bill 1435 (SB 1435). “Moffatt Media,” also recommends that (SB 1435), be in Tribute to Lisa Aubuchon, Rachel Alexander & Andrew Thomas … because they have been constitutionally impacted by the Supreme Court of Arizona and private nonprofit corporation Arizona Bar.
Aubuchon, Alexander and Thomas were retaliated against for doing the right thing to investigate Maricopa County Arizona (Phoenix), $340 Mil (South Court Tower), Courthouse, that should have not escaped Voter Approval.
“Moffatt Media,” supports (SB1435) in pertinent part at: Section 7, 12-119.06 “Attorney Licensing Requirements … The supreme court may not require an attorney to be a member of any organization to become or remain a licensed attorney in this state.” Bold for emphasis.
Conflicts: The Supreme Court mandates that attorneys become Members within the State Bar of Arizona, conflicts because: (1) Arizona is a “Right to Work State.” See Arizona Constitution Article XXV (25) Section 0 and (2) In Janus v. AFSCME, Council 31, 138 S. Ct. 2448 (2018), landmark case of the United States Supreme Court, recognized mandatory union dues violated constitutional First Amendment right to free speech.
Supreme Court Rule 32(1): “Practice of law. Every person licensed by this Court to engage in the practice of law must be a member of the State Bar of Arizona in accordance with these rules.”
Ariz. R. Sup. Ct. 32(1) mandatory membership is unconstitutional and illegal and must be Suspended inclusive in (SB 1435).
Yet to this present date, the Supreme Court of Arizona continues to give in Don Bongino fashion, a “double barrel middle finger” towards the Arizona Legislatures, by refusing to reform, restore and implement First Amendment Protections.
Any continued refusal by the Supreme Court of Arizona, NOT to reform, restore, implement and uphold State and Federal First Amendment constitutional laws, that apply to all people, including Aubuchon, Alexander and Thomas and other Arizona Lawyers, then it’s time to call upon the Federal Government for intervention.
Any continued refusal by the Supreme Court of Arizona, NOT to Suspend Ariz. R. Sup. Ct. 32(1) Mandatory Membership, then legislatures must move for Articles of Impeachment against Justices of the Supreme Court of Arizona for: public corruption, incompetency, neglect of duty while in their capacity as Justices of the Supreme Court of Arizona. Remember no one is above the law including Judges-Justices of the Arizona Supreme Court.
Any continued failure to remove Ariz. R. Sup. Ct. 32(1), Mandatory Membership, in light of the Supreme Court case in Janus v. AFSCME, is a “systemic structural implosion,” regulating attorneys. Continued failures by the Arizona Supreme Court not to uphold constitutional protections, the Federal Funds issued to the State of Arizona, should be Sanctioned for constitutional violations, along with disgorging Supreme Court Justices salaries.
Since turning a blind eye to constitutional violations have adversely impacted ALL THREE: Aubuchon, Alexander and Thomas … is illegal, unconstitutional and needs immediate ratification into (SB 1435). Extending legislative language into (SB 1435), would not be a difficult process to supplement.
(SB 1435) should also be amended to state that Aubuchon, Alexander and Thomas’ convictions were illegal, unconstitutional and subsequently null and void, under Ariz. R. Sup. Ct. 32(1), mandatory membership.
Conclusive findings do exist with good cause to Reinstate All Three: Aubuchon, Alexander and Thomas … it’s time!
For all the foregoing reasons stated above “Moffatt Media,” supports (SB1435) in pertinent part, that: “The supreme court may not require an attorney to be a member of any organization to become or remain a licensed attorney in this state.” …