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Category Archives: Wrongs

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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HOW TO TOPPLE A GOVERNMENT WITHOUT EVEN TRYING.

Boulder’s role in Watergate.
I had no desire to be district attorney and prosecute people, but I felt obligated to stop the police state juggernaut that I could see starting to trample the citizenry. Although the administration talked in code referring to “law and order,”

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THINKING HAS BECOME EXTINCT

HOW DOES THIS HAPPEN? WHEN OFFICIALS ARE APPOINTED-NOT ELECTED Dennis L. Blewitt, Esq, J. D.  ,March, 2017 We left our addict on probation after being held in jail for one month in lieu of hundred-dollar bond.  She had been kidnapped by sex traffickers and rescued by the FBI, who turned her over to Larimer County …

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COURTS, EFFICIENCY, AND THE DEMISE OF HUMANITY

     Her husband called.  He was in jail for armed robbery.  He was an addict and desperate.  His wife, an addict, had been kidnapped by a group of sex traffickers and rescued by the FBI.  However, there was a failure to appear warrant from Ft Collins, and rather than being protected, she was jailed. …

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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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REPRESENTATIVE GOVERNMENT AND FREEDOM MYTHS

DEMOCRACY, THE WAY THE RULERS WANT DENNIS L. Blewitt, J.D. Feb, 2015             One of the lessons I learned from doing peer reviews for an International Drug Policy Journal is that we, in the U. S. are different in formulating and implementing drug policy.  The Europeans and most of the rest of the world is …

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