Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Constitutional Immunity

Proposed Amendment:

No person enjoying an office of governmental authority shall be immune to civil or criminal action arising from his actions in office except as specifically provided for elsewhere in this Constitution.

The power of lodging criminal charges and prosecuting the defendants of these charges shall be available to any citizen as well as agents of the government, subject to the procedures of the appropriate jurisdiction.


No more immunity, qualified or absolute; and to make sure ”prosecutorial discretion” isn’t abused, the citizenry can bring charges (through the Grand Jury process if necessary).