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Category Archives: Legal History

IS MURDER OF THE CITIZENRY BY THE POLICE A RESULT OF COR PORATE TAKEOVER OF EDUCATION AND LOSS OF LOCAL CONTROL II?

As I reflect over my career, I have tried to make sense out of all the changes I’ve seen over 4 decades. I failed. Although, having drifted in and out of the academic arena over the years and having tried cases in multiple jurisdictions both state and federal, I’ve made some observations from which I …

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LAW BEFORE NIXON:FROM MARCH TO MARTIAL LAW

WHAT IS PLUTO-WHAT IS CRIME? IS THERE DIFFERENCE?(BEFORE NIXON, part 2)  Dennis L. Blewitt, J.D., Nov. 2016 During the past four decades, I have studied the origins and development of law from Roman times until the present. Additionally, I have studied criminology, both at the undergraduate and graduate level. I edited a nationally recognized law …

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WHAT’S CHANGED?

The drug war was invented by Nixon against the Constitution and those who disagreed rather than drugs.

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WHAT HAS CHANGED

WHO’S THE REAL CRIMINAL? IT ALL DEPENDS UPON THE POWER TO DEFINE. DENNIS L. BLEWITT, J. D.,  May 2016 WHEN I finished law school, there still was stability in the law.  There were century old definitions, concepts and principles.  There was a respect for precedent.  Law was methodology, not a body of knowledge.  There were …

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AT WAR WITH THE CIA,2

MY LOYAL CLIENTS HOW I SURVIVED THE IRS CRUSADE OF DESTRUCTION The audit wasn’t without its moments of levity, at least in retrospect. It gave me lots of things to talk about, ridicule and use as examples of how not to govern. It also gave me something to talk about in bars. But I mostly enjoyed watching …

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The unworkable ideas of business in the public sector

Dennis L. Blewitt, Esq., J. D. Once I was proud to be a lawyer.  I was a member of an old and honorable profession that had many Blewitts on the roles as Bishop of Lincoln, Chancellor of England and Judiciar to Henry I.  The name appeared as a signatory of the Magna Carta, as Lord …

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Death of Common Sense

IS IT LAZINESS OR STUPIDITY? THE RISE OF THE AUTOMATED BUREAUCRATIC MACHINE AND THE DEATH OF COMMON SENSE DENNIS L. BLEWITT, J.D.   Mar., 2017   I am no longer surprised by the ignorant arrogant of our public servants drawing high salaries for not thinking or even demonstrating the capacity to do so.  Not only have …

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Conflict Analysis

ACONFLICT ANALYSIS OFCONFLICT BETWEEN JUDGESANDDEFENSEATTORNEYS BY DENNIS L. BLEWITT, Esq. Nov, 1988 SUMMARY Pressures put on the criminal justice system combined with rapid change in that system have intensified the natural conflict between criminal defense attorneys and the judiciary. The accusatory common law system of criminal law in the United States is perceived by administrators …

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  DON’T LET FEAR AND IGNORANCE STAND IN THE WAY OF TEN CENTURIES OF TRADITION

Dennis L. Blewitt, J.D.,  July, 2015 One of the most significant things I learned at the University was a social psychological theory of Mead, Piaget, and Cooley, called the looking glass theory.  Simply put, it states that actions and persons are perceived by others as how the others think the viewer perceives them.  In other …

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ODE TO IGNORANCE

  THE REIGN OF THE SIMPLE MIND   We have been bombarded with videos of police brutality and stupidity lately.  This is not new, but the extent of the violence is much worse than previously.  There has been some proposals to rectify the situation with legislation.  Various lawmakers and officials have proposed that police be …

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