Corrupt Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board

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Sunday, March 6, 2016

Corrupt Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board (LPRB) Tried To Stick 11th Hour Mentally Abusive Dagger Into The Mind Of Poor Dede Prior To Monday, March 7, 2016 Rigged Omnibus Hearing? LPRB’s & Corrupt Dakota Co. Court’s Harassment Script For Rigged Case No. 19HA-CR-15-4227 State Of Minnesota VS Deirdre Elise “Dede” Evavold? Star Tribune’s Scandalmonger Michael “Dr. Quack” Brodkorb Is A Hack And A Quack, Isn’t He?

From: Dede Evavold [mailto:dedeevavold@hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, March 6, 2016 1:23 PM
To: bschafer@hastingsmn.gov; gary.hird@smrls.org; brian.jones@courts.state.mn.us
Subject: So-called appeal to your loony/harassing response to criminal complaint against corrupt Dakota Co. Attorneys: James Backstrom, Philip Prokopowicz & Kathryn Keenaand and Chapter 13 data request

Gary M. Hird, Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board (651) 228-9823
Bryan Schafer, Hastings Chief of Police, Brian Jones, First Judicial District Administrator:
I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for helping me prove to the world that the Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board (LPRB) is just a much a joke and a fraud as the corrupt City of Hasting Police dept. and the rigged Dakota Co. courts, wouldn’t I? I would, wouldn’t I? See attached response.

Dede Evavold

Attachment:  LPRB-2016.pdf

 
Gary M. Hird, Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board 03-06-16
Southern Minn Regional Legal Services Inc
55 E 5th St #1000    Emailed to: bschafer@hastingsmn.gov, gary.hird@smrls.org
St Paul, MN 55101                       brian.jones@courts.state.mn.us
Telephone: (651)228-9823
Email: gary.hird@smrls.org
Registration Number: 2232

Re: So-called appeal to your loony/harassing response to criminal complaint against corrupt Dakota Co. Attorneys: James Backstrom, Philip Prokopowicz & Kathryn Keenaand and Chapter 13 data request.

I would like to take this opportunity to thank you for helping me prove to the world that the Lawyers Professional Responsibility Board (LPRB) is just a much a joke and a fraud as the corrupt City of Hasting Police dept. and the rigged Dakota Co. courts, wouldn’t I? I would, wouldn’t I?  Was your loony and harassing response supposed to be a mentally abusive dagger that was designed to break my will? It was, wasn’t it? It didn’t work, did it? It didn’t, did it? You’re one of those corrupt local officials who “call evil good, and good evil; that put darkness for light, and light for darkness; that put bitter for sweet, and sweet for bitter,” aren’t you? You are, aren’t you? This is the loony harassment script that you and the corrupt Dakota Co. courts have agreed to mentally abuse me with, isn’t it? It is, isn’t it?The corrupt court is going to mentally abuse me with the same ridiculous nonsense at my rigged 9:00 am,  Monday, March 7, 2016 omnibus hearing, aren’t they? Inquiring minds want to know, don’t they? How are you going to bully me into submission when I already know and understand the phony scam, huh? Surely in vain the net is spread in the sight of any bird. Proverbs 1:17 (King James Version)I have an extremely simple counter, don’t I? I do, don’t I? I will continue to say, over and over and over again, that the corrupt Dakota court are rigged until I receive every single electron of my readily available, free, electronic discovery/evidence and public data, won’t I? I will, won’t I? My reputation will be built up if if am retaliated against, won’t it? And the corrupt Dakota Co. court’s reputation will be called into question with each and every bullying tactic that is employed against me, won’t it? It will, won’t it? Finally, I am appealing your malicious rigged and harassing 11th hour ruling.Please email me the following readily available, free, electronic public data:
1. 2016 (or 2015 if not updated) LPRB policy and procedure manual.
2. 2016 (or 2015 if not updated) LPRB Personnel Handbook
3. 2016 (or 2015 if not updated) LPRB data practice manual
4. LPRB Notice to Commissioner of Administration: Adoption of Model Policies – Years: 2010-2015 (See incorporated IPAD example).   ___________________________________________________
Deirdre “Dede” Evavold
3015 30th St. Ct. S.   P.S. Your minion, Patrick R. Burns, engaged in the criminal St. Cloud, MN 56301  act of falsifying an official document, not once, not twice, Phone: 320-293-6233  but three times, didn’t he? He did, didn’t he? 
Email: dedeevavold@hotmail.com   Page 1 of 5


P.S. I’ve filed a criminal complaint against the corrupt Dakota Co. Attorneys: James Backstrom, Philip Prokopowicz and Kathryn Keena, haven’t I? I have, haven’t I? And I wouldn’t hesitate to file a complaint against you, would I? I wouldn’t, would I?  Notice: I am the subject of this data. Notice: I will only accept written responses. No harassing emails. Harassing emails will be reported to the proper authorities. (Ex: Badgering the Requester, Misstating the Law, Asked and Answered, etc.). Notice: I will only accept data emailed directly to my email account. Any links to Lawyers Professional Responsibility board server or website instead of data being placed directly into email address provided will be considered harassing. Exception: If data is too large to email, then data may be placed onto the appropriate-sized DVD. Sizes of individual data must be provided to justify need for DVDs. Fraudulent bills will be reported to the proper authorities. Notice: Forward request to the proper authority.State of Minnesota vs Dakota County water resources department employee Thomas Alan Berry CASE NO. 19AV-CR-15-19535.
CASE INFORMATION Charges: Berry, Thom as Alan 1. Violation of Minnesota Data Practices Act (Not applicable – GOC) Statute 13.09(a) Level: Misdemeanor Date: 08/26/2015 Disposition: 02/11/2016 Convicted Level of Sentence: 02/11/2016 Convicted of a Misdemeanor
02/11/2016 Disposition (Judicial Officer: Lehmann, Christopher J.) 1. Violation of Minnesota Data Practices Act (Not applicable – GOC) Convicted
02/11/2016 Court Decision (Judicial Officer: Lehmann, Christopher J.) 1. Violation of Minnesota Data Practices Act (Not applicable – GOC) 08/26/2015 (MSD) 13.09(a) (1309a)609.43 Misconduct of Public Officer or Employee. A public officer or employee who does any of the following, for which no other sentence is specifically provided by law, may be sentenced to imprisonment for not more than one year or to payment of a fine of not more than $3,000, or both: (4) in the capacity of such officer or employee, makes a return, certificate, official report, or other like document having knowledge it is false in any material respect. https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=609.43https://www.revisor.mn.gov/statutes/?id=609.43&format=pdf

http://lprb.mncourts.gov/LawyerSearch/casedocs/BACKSTROM-A09-861-06232009.pdf Lawyer License No: 0003797 Full Licensed Name: JAMES C BACKSTROM City, State: HASTINGS, MN Date Admitted to Minnesota Bar: 09/29/1978 Authorized to Practice?: YES Case Number: A09-861 Date: 06/23/2009 Determination: Reprimand. The Director of the Office of Lawyers Professional Responsibility has filed a petition alleging that respondent James C. Backstroon committed professional misconduct warranting public doscipline, namely, threatening to withdraw support for an official appointed by the county board unless the official barres her subordinate from testifying as defense expert in criminal cases, in violation of Minn. R. Prof. Conduct 8.4(d).

And he spake a parable unto them to this end, that men ought always to pray, and not to faint; Saying, There was in a city a judge, which feared not God, neither regarded man: …  Luke 18:1-2 King James Version (KJV)

Judge not according to the appearance, but judge righteous judgment.  John 7:24 King James Version (KJV)

Rule 1.2 Promoting Confidence in the Judiciary. A judge shall act at all times in a manner that promotes public confidence in the independence, integrity, and impartiality of the judiciary, and shall avoid Page 2 of 5

impropriety and the appearance of impropriety. Minnesota Court Rules – Professional Rules – Code of Judicial Conduct, Canon 1. https://www.revisor.mn.gov/data/revisor/court_rules/pr/prjudi-1_2011-01-18_01-33-24/prjudi-1.pdf https://www.revisor.mn.gov/court_rules/rule.php?type=pr&subtype=judi&id=1#1.3  

In making the charging decision, due care should be taken to evaluate the impact of prosecution or non-prosecution on the public at large. What would be the prosecution’s impact on public perception of the justice system?108 Would prosecution have a positive impact on public confidence in the judicial system?109 Would it bring the justice system into disrepute or be counterproductive in some other way?110 The Charging Decision – C. The Propriety Evalaution. 10. Consequence to the Public. George R. Dekle, Sr, Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook (Thompson/West:2007), Pages 48-49.

“From a national perspective we see this all the time, that lying to federal officers or lying in any circumstance brings a tremendous penalty, and it’s used as a weapon to make informants, its used to put people in jail, when they otherwise couldn’t be put in jail for any other crime,” Hooper said. … A spokesperson for the U.S. Attorney’s office in Nashville says it is reviewing the appeals court opinion, but can’t say if the office is investigating Weyker herself. Weyker has not responded to requests for comment about the case. Some Muslim leaders see double standard in case of St. Paul cop. Tim Nelson, MPR News · Mar 4, 2016.

8. Perjury (Minn. Stat. § 609.48) Description: A new law related to court documents was enacted under Minn. Stat. § 358.166. The law states that a court document does not need to be notarized. Signing a document filed with the court constitutes “verification upon oath or affirmation.” A person who signs a court document knowing that it is false is guilty of perjury under Minn. Stat. § 609.48. Effective Date: August 1, 2014 Reference: Chapter 204 – H.F. 2668; 2013 Minn. Stat. §§ 609.48 MOC Table Changes: None. Use Table  X August  2014 Minnesota Prosecutors Manual Section 1-8. Minnesota County Attorneys Association.

When you are arrested today, the federal prosecutors automatically expect that they will be able to force you to plead guilty – whether you are or not. And their police agents, especially the DEA, take the same attitude. It is now quite common to see truly innocent defendants convicted and sentenced to longer terms because the Government rewards others, often the guiltiest parties, with shorter sentences in exchange for testifying against the innocent. Defense attorneys know this – they see it constantly – and it is slowly corrupting many of them.  Busted by the Feds: A Manual for Defendants Facing Federal Prosecution by Larry Fassler, 12th Ed., page 108

judicial economy – Legal Definition n. Efficiency in the management of a particular litigation or of the courts in general; refers to measures taken to avoid unnecessary effort or expense on the part of the court or the court system. Webster’s New World Law Dictionary 2010 by Wiley Publishing, Inc., Hoboken, New Jersey. Used by arrangement with John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
http://www.yourdictionary.com/judicial-economy 

Consider the typical jury trial. For an innocent defendant, even a not guilty verdict is a loss. Although the innocent defendant has “won,” she has undergone arrest and (at least minimal) incarceration, spent money on premiums paid to bail bondsman, spent more money hiring a lawyer, withstood the inevitable public censure and suspicion, undergone the roller coaster ride of emotion during the protracted litigation, and will ever after suffer a stain on her reputation. For the innocent defendant, “not guilty” is a smaller loss than “guilty as charged,” but it is a loss nonetheless. For a guilty Page 3 of 5

defendant, even a guilty verdict and a prison sentence can be a win. More than one guilty defendant facing a draconian sentence has celebrated when she was convicted of a lesser crime and sentenced to the maximum for a minor felony. George R. Dekle, Sr, Prosecution Principles: A Clinical Handbook (Thompson/West:2007), Page 65.

With the rise of the democracies and the dethronement and disempowering of previously powerful groups such as the military, the nobility, and the like, there has been a gradual shift from the conscious and explicit use of direct methods of interpersonal and social control to one that are more indirect, subtle, and covert. Gaslighting, The Double Whammy, Interrogation and Other Covert Control in Psychotherapy & Analysis, Theo L. Dorpat (Maryland: 2004), Page xviii.

By making another person feel fearful, guilty, or ashamed, the manipulator is in a position to gain control over the other individual’s affects, thoughts, and behaviors by substituting his own beliefs. This is the basic mechanism of gaslighting whether used in everyday life, in psychotherapy situations, or in the thought-reform and mind-control manipulations of cult leaders. Some advertising and many social interactions in which one person attempts to gain control over another are based on this principle.” Gaslighting, The Double Whammy, Interrogation and Other Covert Control in Psychotherapy & Analysis, Theo L. Dorpat (Maryland: 2004), Page 7.

In her discussion of the different modes of overt and covert verbal abuse, Evans (1992) lists the following types of covert verbal abuse: “withholding,” “countering,” “discounting,” “verbal abuse disguised as jokes,” “blocking and diverting,” “trivializing,” and “undermining.” Gaslighting, The Double Whammy, Interrogation and Other Covert Control in Psychotherapy & Analysis, Theo L. Dorpat (Maryland: 2004), Page 13.

The entire thrust of police interrogation there, as in all the cases today, was to put the defendant in such an emotional state as to impair his capacity for rational judgment. Miranda v. Arizona 384 U.S. 436 (1966)

It has been stated of witnesses in court that what they say is not as important as how they say it. Unfortunately, an anxious, rambling, absent-minded witness who is telling the truth is less likely to believed than a lying witness who comes across as confident, unyielding, and certain. The witness must appreciate what lawyers have known for years: the courtroom is a stage where attorney’s carefully direct a drama wherein witnesses unfold their story before the jury’s eyes. The jury represents the audience of this production and the witnesses become players. In this carefully constructed arena, the witness needs to fit the jury’s image of someone who is telling the truth. Fred E. Inbau, John E. Reid, Joseph P. Buckley, Brian C. Jayne, Criminal Interrogation and Confessions, 4th Ed., page 454.

We will provide electronic copies (such as email or CD-ROM) upon request if we keep the data in electronic format. … If you do not understand some of the data (technical terminology, abbreviations, or acronyms), please let us know. We will give you an explanation if you ask. Policy and procedures required by Minnesota Statutes, sections 13.025 and 13.03 (2016) Data Practices Policy for Members of the Public, Page 3. http://www.ipad.state.mn.us/docs/accesspolpub.docx

We will provide electronic copies (such as email or CD-ROM) upon request if we keep the data in electronic format. … If you do not understand some of the data (technical terminology, abbreviations, or acronyms), please let us know. We will give you an explanation if you ask. Policy and procedures required by Minnesota Statutes, sections 13.025 and 13.03 (2016) Data Practices Policy for Data Page 4 of 5

Subjects, Page 5.  http://www.ipad.state.mn.us/docs/accesspolds.docx

http://www.ipad.state.mn.us/docs/accesspol.html Data Practices Policies Entities adopting the model policies linked above must notify the Commissioner of Administration and may do so by using this notification. http://www.ipad.state.mn.us/docs/accesspol-adopt.docx Notice of Adoption of Model Policies Minnesota Statutes, section 13.025, subdivisions 2 and 3, require government entities to prepare written policies that relate to public access to government data, and rights of subjects of data and Minnesota Statutes, section 13.03, subdivision 2, requires entities to establish procedures that data requests are complied with appropriately and promptly. Minnesota Statutes, section 13.073, subd. 6, requires the Commissioner of Administration to prepare model policies and procedures to help government entities comply with those requirements. Entities that choose to adopt the Commissioner’s model policies must notify the Commissioner. Please use the following statement to notify the Commissioner if you choose to adopt the model policies and procedures.*   Notice to Commissioner of Administration: Adoption of Model Policies [Name of entity] has adopted the Commissioner’s Model Policy for the Public and Model Policy for Data Subjects. This notice to the Commissioner satisfies [name of entity]’s obligation under Minnesota Statutes, section 13.073, subdivision 6. [Signed by] [Title] [Date] *Government entities may submit this notification by mail or email: Commissioner of Administration  c/o Information Policy Analysis Division (IPAD)  201 Administration Building  50 Sherburne Avenue  St. Paul, MN 55155  info.ipad@state.mn.us

Search of Evavold Residence and Search of iPhone On October 21, 2015, a search warrant was executed at Evavold’s residence in St. Cloud. Several computers and cell phones were seized and subsequentiy searched. Rigged Case No. 19HA-CR-15-4227 State Of Minnesota VS Deirdre Elise “Dede” Evavoldhttps://www.co.dakota.mn.us/_layouts/CustomHandlers/PCI_Image.ashx?CID=17753

One of the key elements of eCourtMN is the establishment of eFiling and eService – giving case participants the ability to submit documents to the court and serve documents to opposing parties electronically, through an online portal. This allows court customers to file documents without traveling to the courthouse or paying for postage or courier costs, allows filers to submit documents immediately and outside of courthouse business hours, and allows court documents to be sent to filers electronically. eFiling now available in all 87 Minnesota district courts Posted: Tuesday, December 15, 2015http://www.mncourts.gov/About-The-Courts/NewsAndAnnouncements/ItemDetail.aspx?id=1232http://www.mncourts.gov/File-a-Case/File-in-A-District-Trial-Court/eFSRollout.aspx eFile/eServe Rollout 2015 Designation of Case Types and District Courts Subject to Voluntary e-Filing and e-Service Rules County District eFile/eServe Status Stearns Seventh Judicial District Voluntary as of Dec 07, 2015 Page 5 of 5

S&D

My tracking software has determined that the Star Tribune hack Brodkorb can’t stay away from Lion News, hasn’t it? It has, hasn’t it? “Dr. Quack” Brodkorb is desperate for poor Dede’s response, isn’t he? He is, isn’t he?

 

More to come . ..

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