Tuesday, November 20, 2007

Update on Open Letter..

November 13, 2007

Office of the Richmond County
District Attorney
130 Stuyvesant Place
Staten Island N.Y. 10301

Dear Sirs;

This letter will serve as a follow up to my letter to your office last week regarding the “legal“ kidnapping by intrinsic and extrinsic fraud and coercion of the children in the Uccio v Argenziano case, disguised as a custody case. As I predicted, I was just notified by my attorneys office that a preliminary conference was scheduled for November 27, 2007 before Judge Panepinto. This is ludicrous!

I have clearly stated my concerns and warned that I felt this case was going to end up before Judge Panepinto as I feel my divorce has been pre-determined to further cover-up the “legal kidnapping” as well as to destroy me during the divorce so that I do not obtain any of the assets of the marriage to Mr. Argenziano, which now bear the name of Aggie Panepinto as well.

I request an immediate transfer of this case to a special Judge, and an immediate appointment of a special prosecutor. Judge Panepinto hearing this case would be violating Judicial Conduct rules, She should have never had this case in front of her to begin with, I feel this is to further obstruct justice and deny me adequate access to the courts. My children were fraudulently given to Mr. Argenzinao in 2003, and I was taken out of their lives by the courts with a concealed false ACS case. Then denied adequate access to the courts for the next four years.

Canon 1. A Judge Should Uphold the Integrity and Independence of the Judiciary

An independent and honorable judiciary is indispensable to justice in our society. A judge should participate in establishing, maintaining, and enforcing, and should personally observe, high standards of conduct so that the integrity and independence of the judiciary may be preserved. The provisions of this Code should be construed and applied to further that objective.

Canon 2. A Judge Should Avoid Impropriety and the Appearance of Impropriety in All Activities

Judicial Cannon 2a

The test for appearance of impropriety is whether the conduct would create in reasonable minds, with knowledge of all the relevant circumstances that a reasonable inquiry would disclose, a perception that the judge's ability to carry out judicial responsibilities with integrity, impartiality, and competence is impaired.

Judicial cannon 2b
A judge should avoid lending the prestige of judicial office for the advancement of the private interests of the judge or others. For example, a judge should not use the judge's judicial position to gain advantage in litigation involving a friend or a member of the judge's family. In contracts for publication of a judge's writings, a judge should retain control over the advertising to avoid exploitation of the judge's office.

Commentary: Public confidence in the judiciary is eroded by irresponsible or improper conduct by judges. A judge must avoid all impropriety and appearance of impropriety and must expect to be the subject of constant public scrutiny. A judge must therefore accept restrictions on personal conduct that might be viewed as burdensome by the ordinary citizen and should do so freely and willingly.

Respectfully submitted,

Louise Uccio

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