PETITION 28 – AS INTRODUCED
PETITION FOR REDRESS OF GRIEVANCE
TO: The Honorable House of Representatives
FROM: Petitioner Representative John Hikel, Hillsborough 7
DATE: October 19, 2011
SUBJECT: Grievance of Ghislain Breton
Your Petitioner, Representative Hikel on behalf of Ghislain Breton and for the citizens of New Hampshire who may likewise be affected, hereinafter presents the following summary of his grievances involving the New Hampshire House of Representatives Judiciary Committee, the Superintendent of the Merrimack County House of Corrections, and various New Hampshire Judges and Guardians ad Litem and invokes the constitutional authority and duty of the Honorable House of Representatives pursuant to said Articles 31 and 32 to bring about redress:
1. Guardians ad litem Judith Roman and Susan Decker for breach of guardian ad litem stipulations.
2. Attorney Robert Carey for lying to the grand jury alleging witness tampering and intervention with Mr. Breton's private contract with Judith Roman.
3. Judge Robert Lynn for intervention in Mr. Breton's private contract with Judith Roman; and for denying Mr. Breton the following rights under the New Hampshire Constitution: the right to due process and a trial by jury under Part 1, Article 20, the right to pretrial counsel and trial counsel under Part 1, Article 15, and the right to reasonable bail for an alleged victimless crime under Part 1, Article 33.
4. Judge James Duggan for intervention in Mr. Breton's private contract with Judith Roman; for denying Mr. Breton of the following rights under the New Hampshire Constitution: the right to pretrial counsel and trial counsel under Part 1, Article 15, the right to a speedy trial within 120 days, the right to proportional punishment for an alleged victimless crime under Part 1, Article 18, the right to a trial by qualified jurors under Part 1, Article 21; and for incarcerating Mr. Breton for 2 years, including a 21 year suspended sentence, and 5 years of probation after illegal hearings.
5. Judge Kathleen McGuire for denying Mr. Breton an evidentiary hearing, for issuing a protective order against Mr. Breton without allowing said evidentiary hearing, and, after the protective order's expiration, for issuing another similar order based upon allegations preceding the first order.
6. Former Speaker of the New Hampshire House of Representatives, Representative Terie Norelli, New Hampshire House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Chairman David Cote, and all New Hampshire House of Representatives Judiciary Committee Members for denying Mr. Breton his right to a petition for redress of grievance under Part First, Articles 31 and 32 of the New Hampshire Constitution by voting HB 1543-FN of the 2008 legislative session inexpedient to legislate.
7. Superintendent of the Merrimack County House of Corrections for denying Mr. Breton his right to access the law library and his right to counsel.
Wherefore, your Petitioner prays that the House of Representatives consider this proposed remedy:
1. Introduce legislation requiring all testimony in all protective order hearings to be given under oath under the pains and penalties of perjury.
2. Investigate the initiation of impeachment proceedings for all judges involved.
3. Introduce legislation to require the courts to actively protect a litigant’s pro se rights
4. Introduce legislation to require that incarcerated pro se litigants have access to the law library and legal research on the Internet via Lexis/Nexis or some other legal database, and access to materials, flash drives, and photocopies of legal materials, as needed.
Respectfully Submitted by Petitioner Representative Hikel on Behalf of Ghislain Breton and the citizens of New Hampshire.
October 19, 2011