Monday, February 9, 2004

Motion for removal of Commsssioner Jones

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IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE COUNTY OF ST. LOUIS
STATE OF MISSOURI

In re the Marriage of:

Sharon Gayle Jeep, (SSN#) Petitioner,

and

David Gerard Jeep, (SSN#)Respondent

Case No.: 03FC-12243No. 65

Motion for removal hearing

COMES NOW Respondent, David G. Jeep, and moves this Court to remove the commissioner, Philip Jones Sr. from this issue.
Respondent states as follows:

1. The Respondent asks for the removal of the commissioner because he has openly admitted the mistake he made in the decision that has been in place for nearly a year, the enforcement of an unfounded order of protection. And because the attached judgments are vindictively being used to influence the respondent to concede to his error and hopefully cover it up.

2. Any judge who cavalierly allows a mistake in judgment to stand one minute longer than as is absolutely necessary is more guilty than one that may have truly been guilty of the crime. The punishments for a crime are designed, intended to be equal to the crime. If a judge cavalierly allows a punishment to be held enforce one minute longer than is absolutely necessary he has in essence committed a crime against an innocent victim. In addition he has committed a crime against the judicial system.

3. See the enclosed copy of the letter dated October 18, 2004 attached
WHEREFORE, Respondent prays that this Court will see the error of its ways and the order of protection to help insure the child’s best interest in the interim.

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David G. Jeep, Respondent
Dated this 9th day of February, 2004

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