Public Corruption Why It’s Our #1 Criminal Priority!

03/26/10  A little outdated but still the front page article on their webpage. Public corruption is a breach of trust by federal, state, or local officials—often with the help of private sector accomplices. It’s also the FBI’s top criminal investigative priority. To explain why the Bureau takes public corruption so seriously and how we investigate, … Continue reading Public Corruption Why It’s Our #1 Criminal Priority!

Introduction to Public Corruption

H.R.510 – Defense of Property Rights Act 114th Congress (2015-2016)

Defense of property rights act seems to fill the bill in my case I need to know how to go forward pro se. Please someone step up to the plate for me on this.

Updated summary of case involving private property rights.

5 years of being assaulted by neighbor and conspiring local government official desperate to acquire my home, business and property.

Nonconforming Uses, aka; Grandfathered Use in Zoning

Although state courts apply different interpretations to local zoning codes regarding nonconforming uses, the expansion, enlargement or intensification of a nonconforming use in almost all cases can be regulated or prohibited.

Behavior so outrageous no reasonable person would commit such immoral acts, this behavior was condoned by an entire enterprise of local government authorities.

These crimes were committed by my local government officials. I have been denied the right to speak locally at a public forum. My case is complex and unprecedented. It is true that chemicals were used unlawfully on my property with intent to cause serious injury. The chemicals did cause serious injury. Had I not chosen to … Continue reading Behavior so outrageous no reasonable person would commit such immoral acts, this behavior was condoned by an entire enterprise of local government authorities.

The Law of Nonconforming Uses

The Expansion or Enlargement of Nonconforming Uses. Most zoning ordinances provide that nonconforming uses may continue in their present form and scope, but that they will not be allowed to expand. Eveline Twp v H & D Trucking, above. Alternatively, some ordinances provide that expansion is permitted in a limited fashion but only after a specific zoning approval has been obtained from the municipality.