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COMPLAINT

Hoseth Kreegers BOND DOCUMENTS Enhance charges to obtain undue monies

February 04, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com Sheriff Miller Ionia County Sheriff Department/Office RE: MY BOND MONIES ACCEPTED ON 08/02/2006 Please provide copy of the signed, dated, and approved documents showing the bond monies in the amount of $3,000.00 received by one Cindy McGuire staff of the Ionia County Jail, were released, when, and by whom, as there exist no court records showing the same. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich

DID NOT SEND YET April 16, 2013 SECOND REQUEST On February 04, 2013, I sent to you the correspondence forwarded below regarding my bond monies. You failed to respond.

Please provide the documents showing proofs that that these bond monies were released, when, and by whom. As I explained, there are no records showing these monies were ever released. Where did this money go? Thank you. Kimberly Orlich

INTERIM BAIL SO AS TO OBTAIN PBT MONIES

Interim bail. MCR 6.102, a rule that addresses arrests on a warrant, is expressly applicable to matters of procedure involving misdemeanor offenses over which the district court has jurisdiction. MCR 6.001(D). MCR 6.102(F) states: (F) Release on Interim Bail. If an accused has been arrested pursuant to a warrant that includes an interim bail provision, the accused must either be arraigned promptly or released pursuant to the interim bail provision. The accused may obtain release by posting the bail on the warrant and by submitting a recognizance to appear before a specified court at a specified date and time, provided that (1) the accused is arrested prior to the expiration date, if any, of the bail provision; (2) the accused is arrested in the county in which the warrant was issued, or in which the accused resides or is employed, and the accused is not wanted on another charge; (3) the accused is not under the influence of liquor or controlled substance; and (4) the condition of the accused or the circumstances at the time of arrest do not otherwise suggest a need for judicial review of the original specification of bail.

Provisions similar to those in MCR 6.102(F) are also found in MCL 780.581 (interim bail and warrantless arrests), which, subject to the conditions of MCL 780.582a, is made applicable to arrests on warrants by MCL 780.582.

Law referenced upon EXHIBIT 10 MCL 765.6C MCL 765.6d MCL 780.582a MCR 6.102(D)(F) MCR 6.106 MCR 6.610 18 USC 922(g)(8)

BOND ORDERS FRAUDULENT DOCUMENT: BY ORDER OF JUDGE VOET Since there exists no such order, no such order ever became ripe for appeal. February 04, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com

This FOIA Request is in reference and follow-up to my FOIA REQUEST DATED ___________AND FOIA RESPONSE DATED ___________provided by _____which was mailed to me enclosed with these same, represented to be BY ORDER OF JUDGE HOSETH KREEGER DATED _____

Please provide copy of the following, pursuant to the Michigan Freedom of Information Act: 1. For each business entity listed upon the order, please provide copy of the documents

showing EACH ENTITYS PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS LICENSE to do business and conduct affairs in the State of Michigan. 2. For each business entity listed, please provide copy of the documents showing each individuals PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS LICENSE issued by the State of Michigan to work as bond agents for each licensed BUSINESS ENTITY referenced at Number 1. 3. For the INSURERS of each business entity and agents referenced at Numbers 1 and 2 above, please provide copy of the documents showing each INSURERS PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS LICENSE and AUTHORITY TO DO BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. 4. Copy of the documents showing the fiscal accountings for the monies the County of Ionia and its agencies received from J & J Bail Bonds, for the year 2006.

Please waive any costs and fees associated with these Requests, as the information is intended to primarily benefit the public. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich AUTHORITY OF JUDGE HOSETH-KREEGER TO SET BOND FOR THE IONIA COUNTY JAIL, AND BASED UPON PRIOR OFFENSES AND WITHOUT DUE PROCESS HEARINGS AND IN THE AMOUNTS SO STATED SCAO APPROVAL OF THE DOCUMENTS

TO: J & J Bail Bonds District and Circuit Courts

C. Pinnow There are no court records showing that my bond with J & J Bail Bonds was ever released.

RE: File Number ______in the District Court Please provide copy of the documents showing my bond was released.

Hoorts state acclimations and inception of the Day Report Program. To Michigan legislature: FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE 64A DISTRICT COURT and the authority of the COUNTY to maintain fiscal records. By my FOIA Request dated ________, I received an FOIA RESPONSE

RELEASE OF BOND

The transcript was falsified so as to eliminate a record showing magistrates inquiries to me regarding Satin Franks and the Day Report Program. I informed the court of this, and filed documents so as to compel Magistrate Bowling to appear in court to testify, but Judge Voet would not hear of this. After great time and effort, I finally was able to hear and to sit with _______ As the record shows, at arraignment, the magistrate neither continued such bond, nor released bond, nor set a new bond, but DID ORDER that I continue to report to the Day Report Program which was a special condition set by a staff member of the Ionia County Jail and without a due process hearing. As shown upon the transcript dated ____________Judge Voet insists that he ORDERED that all persons who are charged with second offense _________report to the Day report Program, by and through an alleged E-MAIL he sent to the jail. Judge Voet also insists that he ORDERED the interim bond as set forth upon the ________, which states BY ORDER OF JUDGE VOET. However, the facts show that there exists no such COURT ORDER.

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PENDING APPEAL Please provide copy of the authority of the Court to impose, as a condition of release pending appeal of a conviction of MCL 257.625 the ORDER FOR A PERSONAL
RECOGNIZANCE BOND PENDING APPEAL OF A CONVICTION OF MCL 257.625(1) IN THE AMOUNT OF $5,000.00 UPON AN INDIGENT APPELLANT BEING REPRESENTED BY INDIGENT COUNSEL IN THAT COURT. And without Orlichs signature. The records show that the PR Bond was a fictitious bond, and was completely ignored in the Court.

(I) Termination of Release Order. (1) If the conditions of the release order are met and the defendant is discharged from all obligations in the case, the court must vacate the release order, discharge anyone who has posted bail or bond, and return the cash (or its equivalent) posted in the full amount of the bail, or, if there has been a deposit of 10 percent of the full bail amount, return 90 percent of the deposited money and retain 10 percent.
The record shows that no monies were released whatsoever.

(I) Termination of Release Order. (1) If the conditions of the release order are met and the defendant is

discharged from all obligations in the case, the court must vacate the release order, discharge anyone who has posted bail or bond, and return the cash (or its equivalent) posted in the full amount of the bail, or, if there has been a deposit of 10 percent of the full bail amount, return 90 percent of the deposited money and retain 10 percent.

COUNT ONE:

257.625 (p.147)

1st Illegal contract Surety Bond Fraudulent inducement DEFENDANTS IONIA COUNTY JAIL/DWAIN DENNIS/VOET/MIEL DEFENDANTS DUFF AND KIRKHOFF Attorney Negligence and Breach of Fiduciary Duty The jail officer had no authority to issue SCAO Form 241. Only the court may set special conditions upon release. The court did not order any bond condition prior to the signing of this contract. If a conditional bond is entered for the protection of named persons, the court forwards a copy of MC-241, Bond, to law enforcement for entry into LEIN. No bond was entered for the protection of a named person in Orlichs case, but this was still entered into LEIN. (???FIND) MCR 6.106(D) provides that if the court determines that the release of a defendant on a personal recognizance bond will not reasonably ensure the appearance of the defendant or will not reasonably ensure the safety of the public, the court may order a conditional bond. MCR 6.106(I)(2)(b) clarifies that bail agents are liable only for the appearance of a defendant, and not for compliance with conditions imposed on a defendant by the court as part of a conditional release pursuant to MCR 6.106. If a defendant fails to comply with the bond conditions, a court may continue the

revocation order and enter judgment against the defendant for failure to comply with the conditions of release or failure to satisfy the court that compliance with those conditions was impossible. _________Instead, Judge Voet threatened Orlich with a warrantless arrest and the imposition of a $10,000.00 bond if she failed to comply with his conditions of release, but which were never set by the court and after a due process hearing. Judge Voet is not the court. (See Transcript at ______________) Kondzer v Wayne County Sheriff, 219 Mich App 632 (1996), held that a surety is only bound by those terms and conditions to which they agree or consent for the release of a defendant. A violation of conditional bond may result in forfeiture or revocation of a surety bond; however, this may only be imposed on a surety if they agreed or consented to the imposition of the protective condition. A suretys agreement or consent must be made by written instrument or placed on the record and must not be a requirement for the surety to post the bond. In People v Brow, 253 Mich 140 (1931), the court held that a suretys obligation to guarantee a defendants presence in court terminates upon sentencing unless the surety consents to the bond being continued. The Appellant contacted the surety bond person company and she was told that her bond is still in effect to this day.
Therefore, Judge Miel had no authority to set a new bond, and then remand Orlich to jail for violating this new bond, as the prior bond was never released.
Where did my bail monies go? (2) If the defendant has failed to comply with the conditions of release, the court may issue a warrant for the arrest of the defendant and enter an order revoking the release order and declaring the bail money deposited or the surety bond, if any, forfeited. (a) The court must mail notice of any revocation order immediately to the defendant at the defendant's last known address and, if forfeiture of bail or bond has been ordered, to anyone who posted bail or bond. (b) If the defendant does not appear and surrender to the court within 28 days after the revocation date, the court may continue the revocation order and enter judgment for the state or local unit of government against the defendant and anyone who posted bail or bond for an amount not to exceed the full amount of the bail, and costs of the court proceedings, or if a surety bond was posted, an amount not to exceed the full amount of the surety bond. If the amount of a forfeited surety bond is less than the full amount of the bail, the defendant shall continue to be liable to the court for the difference, unless otherwise ordered by the court. If the defendant does not

within that period satisfy the court that there was compliance with the conditions of release other than appearance or that compliance was impossible through no fault of the defendant, the court may continue the revocation order and enter judgment for the state or local unit of government against the defendant alone for an amount not to exceed the full amount of the bond, and costs of the court proceedings. (c) The 10 percent bail deposit made under subrule (E)(1)(a)(ii)[B] must be applied to the costs and, if any remains, to the balance of the judgment. The amount applied to the judgment must be transferred to the county treasury for a circuit court case, to the treasuries of the governments contributing to the district control unit for a district court case, or to the treasury of the appropriate municipal government for a municipal court case. The balance of the judgment may be enforced and collected as a judgment entered in a civil case. (3) If money was deposited on a bail or bond executed by the defendant, the money must be first applied to the amount of any fine, costs, or statutory assessments imposed and any balance returned, subject to subrule (I)(1).

THE $3,000 BOND EXHIBIT ____ Transcript of Jury Trial Proceeding, June 14, 2007 This is your notice to come back and also the order---order referring you for the assessment and bond is otherwise continued. (p.188, Lines 10-12)

CRIMINAL USURY (EXCERPT) Act 259 of 1968

438.41 Criminal usury; definition; penalty. Sec. 1. A person is guilty of criminal usury when, not being authorized or permitted by law to do so, he knowingly charges, takes or receives any money or other property as interest on the loan or forbearance of any money or other property, at a rate exceeding 25% at simple interest per annum or the equivalent rate for a longer or shorter period. Any person guilty of criminal usury may be imprisoned for a term not to exceed 5 years or fined not more than $10,000.00, or both.

438.42 Usurious loan records; possession, penalty. Sec. 2.

A person is guilty of possession of usurious loan records when, with knowledge of the contents thereof, he possesses any writing, paper, instrument or article used to record criminally usurious transactions prohibited by this act. Any person guilty of possession of usurious loan records may be imprisoned for a term not to exceed 1 year or fined not more than $1,000.00, or both.
History: 1968, Act 259, Eff. Nov. 15, 1968

Pre-Set bonds? The County of Ionia has been significantly unjustly enriched by taking monies from sureties, professional licenses still to be determined, who have posted bond for detainees held at the Ionia County Jail in amounts which are clearly in excess of the law and for a significant amount of time, and continuing to this day. There is no law in Michigan which authorizes Ionia County, the Ionia County Jail, or any lawful judge in this state to, in effect, enhance charges, prior to arraignment and to further to compel them to pay monies in excess of the law as a condition of release. In fact, it is a crime in Michigan pursuant to the criminal usury statute which shows that bond agents and agencies who receive monies in excess of the law are guilty of criminal usury. There is no law in the State of Michigan which authorizes Cindy McGuire an Ionia County jail officer, to accept from bond agents and agencies This practice has resulted in these same individuals being unable to obtain legal counsel due to the excessive monies required to post bond.

March 24, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com County of Ionia

Administrator Hurlbut FOIA REQUEST For the 64A District Court, please provide copy of the signed, dated, and approved A) local administrative order and B) local court rule for the attached document represented to be Interim Bond Listing By ORDER OF JUDGE VOET (Attachment 1) For the 8th Judicial Circuit Court, please provide copy of the signed, dated, and approved A) local administrative order and B) local court rule for the attached document represented to be ORDER ON BOND issued by Judge Hoseth-Kreeger. (Attachment 2) Thank you. Kimberly Orlich

CRIMINAL USURY

The bond agents who have obtained monies based upon the Interim Bond Listing and ORDER ON BOND have committed criminal usury. A bond agency may charge CLASS ACTION A document entitled INTERIM BOND LISTING BY Order of Judge Voet __________dated 1999 was produced, published, and utilized by the staff of the Ionia County Jail in setting Plaintiffs INTERIM BOND. Despite this representation, there exists no such court order. (See Transcript of Hearing, _____________) The list of approved sureties Pursuant to the document, EXHIBIT A, the County of Ionia On ________one Cindy McGuire received from J & J Bail Bonds the amount of $3,000.00 (EXHIBIT __)

COUNT ONE: Interim Bond COUNT TWO: Rule 8.106 Money Paid Into Court (A) When Court Order Required. Except as otherwise provided by law or when the money is in the form of cash bonds, the clerk may not perform services in handling money under MCL 600.2529(1)(f) without a signed order of the court. (B) Disposition of Interest Earned. If the clerk deposits money in an interestbearing account, the clerk retains as a fee one-tenth of the interest earned, but not more than $100 each year or part of the year. The fee must be deposited in the county general fund, as required by law. The balance of the interest earned and the principal must be disbursed to the persons entitled to the balance. (C) Accounts; Records. The accounts of the clerk with the banks in which the money is directed to be deposited must be kept in a single trust fund, with the designation of the rights in the fund appearing on the court's records. (D) Orders to Pay out Funds. Orders on the banks for the payment of money out of court are made payable to the order of the person entitled to the money or of that person's duly authorized attorney, and must specify in what action or on what account the money is to be paid out, and the time when the judgment or order authorizing the payment was made. (E) NSF Checks. A court may assess costs for reasonable expenses incurred for checks returned to the court due to nonsufficient funds.

MCL 780.66

780.66 Bail deposit; moneys; minimum amount; procedure. Sec. 6. (1) The person for whom bail has been set shall execute the bail bond and deposit with the clerk of the court before which the proceeding is pending a sum of money equal to 10% of the bail but at least $10.00. A defendant who personally makes the deposit shall be notified that upon the defendant's conviction the defendant's deposit may be used to collect a fine, costs, restitution, assessment, or other payment as provided in subsection (8). (2) Upon depositing this sum, the person shall be released from custody subject to the conditions of the bail bond. (3) Once bail has been given and a charge is pending or is thereafter filed in or

transferred to a court of competent jurisdiction, the latter court shall continue the original bail in that court subject to section 5. (4) After conviction, the court may order that the original bail stand as bail pending appeal or increase or reduce bail. (5) After the entry of an order by the trial court allowing bail pending appeal, either party may apply to the reviewing court having jurisdiction or to a justice thereof sitting in vacation for an order increasing or decreasing the amount of bail or allowing bail pending appeal. (6) When the conditions of the bail bond have been performed and the accused has been discharged from all obligations in the cause, the clerk of the court shall return to the accused 90% of the sum that had been deposited, except as provided in subsection (8), and shall retain as bail bond costs 10% of the amount deposited, except that if the accused has not been convicted of the charge, the entire sum deposited shall be returned to the accused. (7) If the accused does not comply with the conditions of the bail bond, the court having jurisdiction shall enter an order declaring the bail to be forfeited. Notice of the order of forfeiture shall be mailed promptly by the court to the accused at his or her last known address. If the accused does not appear and surrender to the court having jurisdiction within 30 days from the date of the forfeiture, or within that period satisfy the court that appearance and surrender by the accused is impossible and without his fault, the court shall enter judgment for the state or local unit of government against the accused for the amount of the bail and costs of the court proceedings. The deposit made in accordance with subsection (1) shall be applied to the payment of costs. If any amount of the deposit remains after the payment of costs, it shall be applied to payment of the judgment and transferred to the treasury of the unit of government in which the court is located. The balance of the judgment may be enforced and collected in the same manner as a judgment entered in a civil action. (8) If the court ordered a defendant who has made a cash deposit in accordance with subsection (1) to pay a fine, costs, restitution, assessment, or other payment, the court shall order the fine, costs, restitution, assessment, or other payment collected out of the cash deposit. If a person is subject to any combination of fines, costs, restitution, assessments, or payments arising out of the same criminal proceeding, money collected from that person for the payment of fines, costs, restitution, assessments, or other payments shall be allocated as provided in section 22 of chapter XV of the code of criminal procedure, Act No. 175 of the Public Acts of 1927, being section 775.22 of the Michigan Compiled Laws.

The applicable statute regarding conditions of bail bonds after convictions for traffic offenses or misdemeanors is specifically set forth at 780.69(2)(a-d) , which states: (2) If the defendant is admitted to bail after conviction the conditions of the bail

bond shall be that he will: (a) Duly prosecute his appeal. (b) Appear at such time and place as the court may direct. (c) Not depart this state without leave of the court. (d) If the judgment is affirmed or the cause reversed and remanded for a new trial, forthwith surrender to the officer from whose custody he was bailed. (Emphasis added.)

The use of the word shall indicates a mandatory directive. Oakland Co v Michigan, 456 Mich 144, 154; 566 NW2d 616 (1997).

The laws and rules applicable to this profession are found at the following links: http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?mcl-act-299-of-1980 http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?mcl-299-1980-9 http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?mcl-600-2952 http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?mcl-174-1962-9 http://legislature.mi.gov/doc.aspx?mcl-act-27-of-1950-ex-sesshttp://www.state.mi.us/orr/emi/admincode.asp?AdminCode=Single&Admin_Num=3390 4001&Dpt=LG&RngHigh=
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OCCUPATIONAL CODE Act 299 of 1980 AN ACT to revise, consolidate, and classify the laws of this state regarding the regulation of certain occupations and to regulate certain persons and activities relative to those occupations; to create a board for each of those occupations; to establish the powers and duties of certain departments and agencies and the boards of each occupation; to provide for the promulgation of rules; to provide for certain fees; to provide for penalties and civil fines; to establish rights, relationships, and remedies of certain persons under certain circumstances; to provide immunity from certain civil liability for certain entities and certain related occupations under certain circumstances; to repeal certain parts of this act on a specific date; and to repeal certain acts and parts of acts.
History: 1980, Act 299, Imd. Eff. Oct. 21, 1980 ;-- Am. 1990, Act 269, Imd. Eff. Oct. 17, 1990 ;-- Am. 1993, Act 93, Imd. Eff. July 13, 1993 ;-- Am. 2009, Act 149, Eff. July 1, 2010

Compiler's Notes: For transfer of powers and duties of certain occupational functions, boards, and commissions from the Department of Licensing and Regulation to the Department of Commerce, see E.R.O. No. 1991-9, compiled at MCL 338.3501 of the Michigan Compiled Laws. Popular Name: Act 299 -------------------------

OCCUPATIONAL CODE (EXCERPT) Act 299 of 1980 Article 9 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------UNIFORM COMMERCIAL CODE (EXCERPT) Act 174 of 1962 Article 9 SECURED TRANSACTIONS

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APPEAL REGISTER OF ACTIONS ---FIND March 05, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com 8th Judicial Circuit Court Ms. _________, Court Reporter

Dear Ms. ____________: Please provide copy of the transcripts of the hearings held on September 18, 2007 and on October 04, 2007, in the 8th Judicial Circuit Court, in Case No. 07-M13677-AR. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich

TRANSCRIPT ORDER

APPEAL IN CIRCUIT COURT PERSONAL RECOGNIZANCE BOND ORDER--my bond was in the amount of ______________. $5,000? The bond is secured to assure Orlichs appearance in court. Clearly, Orlich had never failed to appear in court, but was eager to present her issues before the judge. Prosecutors Motion to incarcerate Orlich, but when the judge ordered the unsecured personal recognizance bond. Had no choice but to deny the appeal because the same court ordered orlich to jail, which would mean that Orlich was incarcerated illegally.

2 hearings: held on ________and ___________.


Defendants released on their personal recognizance (also called own recognizance or OR) are released on the condition that they promise, usually in writing, to appear at their next court hearing as instructed. They do not have to give any money or property to the court.

Defendants released on unsecured appearance bonds are released on the condition that they sign (execute) a promise to return to court as scheduled and they promise that if they do not show up they will pay the court a certain amount of money.

MCR 6.106 does not apply because these court rules are applicable only for purposes of pre-trial release for cases cognizable in the district court. Felony releases---

UNIFORM FRAUDULENT TRANSFER ACT Act 434 of 1998 AN ACT to define and regulate fraudulent transfers and conveyances; to set aside and modify certain transfers and conveyances; to make uniform the law of fraudulent transfers; and to repeal acts and parts of acts.
History: 1998, Act 434, Imd. Eff. Dec. 30, 1998

APPELLANTS MOTION TO VACATE VOID ORDERS AND REVERSE COURT ORDER ISSUED IN THE CIRCUIT COURT DURING THE PENDENCY OF THE APPEAL If after a proper record of the jurisdictional issues in dispute, and if the court makes a factual determination that the trial court conferred jurisdiction, then the Appellant asserts that this Court lost jurisdiction during the pendency of the appeal due to its constitutionally, procedurally, and statutorily-barred orders issued under color of law. 1. The bond amount 2. The conditional order on bond. ORDER DATED ___________(BOND CONDITIONS)

The court relied upon ____________which involved a person charged with a felony offense. etc

APPELLANTS REQUEST FOR APPELLATE COUNSEL

FINAL ORDER ON APPEAL DATED ______DENYING COUNSEL AND TRANSCRIPTS. This order is void because it is in denial

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CRIMINAL USURY (EXCERPT) Act 259 of 1968

438.41 Criminal usury; definition; penalty. Sec. 1. A person is guilty of criminal usury when, not being authorized or permitted by law to do so, he knowingly charges, takes or receives any money or other property as interest on the loan or forbearance of any money or other property, at a rate exceeding 25% at simple interest per annum or the equivalent rate for a longer or shorter period. Any person guilty of criminal usury may be imprisoned for a term not to exceed 5 years or fined not more than $10,000.00, or both.
History: 1968, Act 259, Eff. Nov. 15, 1968

There is a certain judge who has pre-set amounts required for bail, and agents who have received financial gain for the same but which are clearly excessive.
CRIMINAL USURY (EXCERPT) Act 259 of 1968

438.42 Usurious loan records; possession, penalty. Sec. 2. A person is guilty of possession of usurious loan records when, with knowledge of the

contents thereof, he possesses any writing, paper, instrument or article used to record criminally usurious transactions prohibited by this act. Any person guilty of possession of usurious loan records may be imprisoned for a term not to exceed 1 year or fined not more than $1,000.00, or both.
History: 1968, Act 259, Eff. Nov. 15, 1968

Introduction Foreign Risk Retention Group A Risk Retention Group is a corporation or other limited liability association that is chartered in a state and its owners are the only persons who comprise the membership of the risk retention group and are provided insurance by the group. The Risk Retention Group does not exclude a person from membership solely to provide members of the group with a competitive advantage over that person. Its members are engaged in businesses or activities similar or related with respect to the liability of which the members are exposed by virtue of a related, similar, or common business, trade, product service premises, or operation. The name of the group shall include the phrase, "risk retention group". A Foreign Risk Retention Group must comply with Chapters 18 and 20 of the Michigan Insurance Code.

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------------------------------How to become chartered as a Risk Retention Group


To be chartered in the State of Michigan, a Risk Retention Group must initially obtain a Certificate of Authority and be licensed as a domestic stock or mutual casualty insurer. The amount and nature of the initial capitalization requires a minimum of $7.5 million. A risk retention group chartered in Michigan shall comply with all statutes, rules, regulations, and requirements applicable to domestic stock or mutual casualty insurers. Submit a Plan of Operation or Feasibility Study. Submit a certified copy of the Articles of Incorporation. Submit identity of the initial members of the risk retention group. Submit identity of individuals who organized the RRG or who will provide administrative services, influence, or control the activities of the group. Submit amount and nature of initial capitalization. Submit the coverages to be afforded.

Submit the states in which the RRG intends to operate. Submit the name of the RRG which must include the phrase "Risk Retention Group". Submit Financial Statement or financial projections by an independent CPA. The risk retention group shall submit an appropriate revision if a subsequent material change in an item of the plan of operation or feasibility study occurs, and shall not offer additional kids of liability insurance until the revision of the plan and feasibility study is approved by the commissioner.

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Financial Condition of the Risk Retention Group


If there has been a finding of financial impairment after an examination is performed, a lawful order is issued in a voluntary dissolution proceeding or a delinquency proceeding commenced by the commissioner. http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-15435299_10555_22535_31505-96201--,00.html ---------------

Notice Required on the Insurance Policy


Chartered and Foreign Risk Retention Groups shall include the following notice on an application form for insurance, as well as the front and declaration pages of a policy, in 10-point type: "NOTICE This policy is issued by your risk retention group. Your risk retention group may not be subject to all of the insurance laws and regulations of your state. State insurance insolvency guaranty funds are not available for your risk retention group." http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-35299_10555_22535_31505-96199-,00.html -------------------------------------

Conduct prohibited by a Risk Retention Group


The following is prohibited conduct of a Risk Retention Group: solicit or sell insurance to a person who is not eligible for membership in the group. solicit or sell insurance if the risk retention group is in a hazardous financial condition or is financially impaired. have as a member or owner, whether directly or indirectly, an insurance company, unless all members of the risk retention group are insurance companies. issue an insurance policy with terms which provide, or could be construed to provide, coverage prohibited generally by law or declared unlawful by a final and binding decision of an appellate court that has considered the matter. http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-35299_10555_22535_31505-96198-,00.html -----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

DECISIONS---MUST READ-http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-15435299_10555_20594---,00.html ----------------------------------------------------------------How to become registered as a Foreign Risk Retention Group


The producer (agent/agency) placing business for the foreign risk retention group must be licensed for surplus lines. Complete and submit form FIS 0233 Application for Foreign Risk Retention Group License. Complete and submit form FIS 0234 Consent to Service. Submit a $25.00 processing fee with form, FIS 0235 Foreign Risk Retention Group Registration Fee Card. Submit form FIS 0364 PG Report of Operation. Submit copy of Articles of Incorporation. Submit copy of license in state of domicile. Submit the previous 3 years' Financial Statements or Financial Projections. Submit the Report of Operation or feasibility study which includes the coverages, deductibles, coverage limits, rates, and rating classification systems for each line of insurance that the RRG intends to offer. Submit financial statement certified by an independent public accountant that contains a statement of opinion of loss and loss adjustment expense reserves made by a member of the American Academy of Actuaries or a qualified loss reserve specialist. Submit a copy of the most recent examination and/or audit. Submit copy of Reinsurance Agreements. Submit historical and/or expected loss experience. Any appropriate opinions by a qualified, independent casualty actuary which includes a determination of the minimum premium levels required in order for the RRG to commence operations and prevent hazardous financial conditions. http://www.michigan.gov/lara/0,4601,7-154-35299_10555_22535_31505-96196--,00.html ----------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- -----

UNIFORM ACT FOR THE SIMPLIFICATION OF FIDUCIARY SECURITY TRANSFERS (EXCERPT) Act 239 of 1959

441.101 Uniform fiduciary security transfer simplification act; definitions. Sec. 1. In this act, unless the context otherwise requires: (a) Assignment means any written stock power, bond power, bill of sale, deed, declaration of trust or other instrument of transfer. (b) Claim of beneficial interest means a claim of any interest by a decedent's legatee, distributee, heir or creditor, a beneficiary under a trust, a ward, a beneficial owner of a security registered in the name of a nominee, or a minor owner of a security registered in

the name of a custodian, or a claim of any similar interest, whether the claim is asserted by the claimant or by a fiduciary or by any other authorized person on his behalf, and includes a claim that the transfer would be in breach of fiduciary duties. (c) Corporation means a private or public corporation, association or trust issuing a security. (d) Fiduciary means an executor, administrator, trustee, guardian, committee, conservator, curator, tutor, custodian or nominee. (e) Person includes an individual, a corporation, government or governmental subdivision or agency, business trust, estate, trust, partnership or association, 2 or more persons having a joint or common interest, or any other legal or commercial entity. (f) Security includes any share of stock, bond, debenture, note or other security issued by a corporation which is registered as to ownership on the books of the corporation. (g) Transfer means a change on the books of a corporation in the registered ownership of a security. (h) Transfer agent means a person employed or authorized by a corporation to transfer securities issued by the corporation.
History: 1959, Act 239, Eff. Mar. 19, 1960

FILING OF OATHS AND BONDS (EXCERPT) Act 164 of 1848

15.91 Official bonds; certificate of filing. Sec. 1. That when any civil officer appointed by the governor, or senate, or by the governor with the advice and consent of the senate of this state, is required by law to give bond and to file the same with any other officer than the secretary of state, he shall procure the certificate of such officer that such bond has been duly filed with him, and file the same with the secretary of state.
History: 1848, Act 164, Eff. May 31, 1848 ;-- CL 1857, 285 ;-- CL 1871, 365 ;-- How. 335 ;-- CL 1897, 156 ;-- CL 1915, 192 ;-- CL 1929, 394 ;-- CL 1948, 15.91

FILING OF OATHS AND BONDS (EXCERPT) Act 164 of 1848

15.92 Official bonds; place for filing. Sec. 2. When any such officer is required by law to give bond for the faithful performance of the duties of his office, and no provision is made by law, for filing the same with any particular officer, such bond shall be filed with the secretary of state.

History: 1848, Act 164, Eff. May 31, 1848 ;-- CL 1857, 286 ;-- CL 1871, 366 ;-- How. 336 ;-- CL 1897, 157 ;-- CL 1915, 193 ;-- CL 1929, 395 ;-- CL 1948, 15.92

FILING OF OATHS AND BONDS (EXCERPT) Act 164 of 1848

15.93 Official oaths and certificates or bonds; time for filing. Sec. 3. Every such officer, except where otherwise directed by law, shall file his oath of office and certificate or bond aforesaid, as the case may be, within 60 days from the receiving of his commission or appointment; and in default thereof, such commission or appointment shall be null and void: Provided, That officers appointed in and for the counties of Mackinac, Chippewa, Schoolcraft, Houghton, Ontonagon and Marquette, shall file their oaths, certificates and bonds as herein provided, within 90 days from their appointment or commission.
History: 1848, Act 164, Eff. May 31, 1848 ;-- CL 1857, 287 ;-- CL 1871, 367 ;-- How. 337 ;-- CL 1897, 158 ;-- CL 1915, 194 ;-- CL 1929, 396 ;-- CL 1948, 15.93

JUSTIFICATION OF SURETIES (EXCERPT) Act 179 of 1885

15.101 Official bonds; justification of sureties prerequisite to approval. Sec. 1. That hereafter no bond required by law to be signed by surety or sureties shall hereafter be received and accepted or approved by any officer or other person or board whose duty it is or may be to accept or approve of any such bond unless the surety or sureties signing such bond shall first have justified their pecuniary responsibility under their signature, in writing, endorsed on said bond or attached thereto. And before any such bond shall be received and approved or accepted, the justification of the sureties thereof shall, in the aggregate, equal the penal sum of the bond, and show that the sureties thereof are worth in unencumbered property not exempt from execution under the laws of this state the penal sum thereof, after payment of all just debts, claims, and liabilities.
History: 1885, Act 179, Eff. Sept. 19, 1885 ;-- How. 8234a ;-- CL 1897, 159 ;-- CL 1915, 195 ;-- CL 1929, 397 ;-- CL 1948, 15.101

JUSTIFICATION OF SURETIES (EXCERPT) Act 179 of 1885

15.102 Official bonds; oath of justification, penalty. Sec. 2. Such oath of justification shall be administered by some officer authorized by law to administer oaths, and any person knowingly or willfully making any false statement of

his pecuniary responsibility in such justification shall be guilty of perjury and liable, upon conviction thereof, to the penalty of perjury.
History: 1885, Act 179, Eff. Sept. 19, 1885 ;-- How. 8234b ;-- CL 1897, 160 ;-- CL 1915, 196 ;-- CL 1929, 398 ;-- CL 1948, 15.102

JUSTIFICATION OF SURETIES (EXCERPT) Act 179 of 1885

15.103 Official bonds; acceptance without justification; penalty; liability. Sec. 3. Any person or persons receiving and accepting or approving any such bond without such justification shall be guilty of a misdemeanor, and shall further be liable for all damages that may be sustained or incurred by any person by reason of such defective bond being accepted or approved.
History: 1885, Act 179, Eff. Sept. 19, 1885 ;-- How. 8234c ;-- CL 1897, 161 ;-- CL 1915, 197 ;-- CL 1929, 399 ;-- CL 1948, 15.103

CONSTITUTIONAL OATH OF OFFICE (EXCERPT) Act 22 of 1951

15.151 Constitutional oath of office; employees and persons in service of state. Sec. 1. All persons now employed, or who may be employed by the state of Michigan or any governmental agency thereof, and all other persons in the service of the state or any governmental agency, shall, as a condition of their employment, take and subscribe to the oath or affirmation required of members of the legislature and other public officers by section 2 of article 16 of the constitution of 1908 of the state of Michigan.
History: 1951, Act 22, Imd. Eff. Apr. 5, 1951 Compiler's Notes: For constitutional provision referred to in this section, see now Const. 1963, Art. XI, 1.

ZIMMER: INCOMPATIBLE PUBLIC OFFICES (EXCERPT) Act 566 of 1978

257.625 (p.147)

Law referenced upon EXHIBIT 10 MCL 765.6C MCL 765.6d MCL 780.582a MCR 6.102(D)(F) MCR 6.106 MCR 6.610 18 USC 922(g)(8)

BOND ORDERS FRAUDULENT DOCUMENT: BY ORDER OF JUDGE VOET Since there exists no such order, no such order ever became ripe for appeal. February 04, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com

This FOIA Request is in reference and follow-up to my FOIA REQUEST DATED ___________AND FOIA RESPONSE DATED ___________provided by _____which was mailed to me enclosed with these same, represented to be BY ORDER OF JUDGE HOSETH KREEGER DATED _____

Please provide copy of the following, pursuant to the Michigan Freedom of Information Act: 1. For each business entity listed upon the order, please provide copy of the documents showing EACH ENTITYS PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS LICENSE to do business and conduct affairs in the State of Michigan. 2. For each business entity listed, please provide copy of the documents showing each individuals PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS LICENSE issued by the State of Michigan to work as bond agents for each licensed BUSINESS ENTITY referenced at Number 1.

3. For the INSURERS of each business entity and agents referenced at Numbers 1 and 2 above, please provide copy of the documents showing each INSURERS PROFESSIONAL BUSINESS LICENSE and AUTHORITY TO DO BUSINESS IN THE STATE OF MICHIGAN. 4. Copy of the documents showing the fiscal accountings for the monies the County of Ionia and its agencies received from J & J Bail Bonds, for the year 2006.

Please waive any costs and fees associated with these Requests, as the information is intended to primarily benefit the public. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich AUTHORITY OF JUDGE HOSETH-KREEGER TO SET BOND FOR THE IONIA COUNTY JAIL, AND BASED UPON PRIOR OFFENSES AND WITHOUT DUE PROCESS HEARINGS AND IN THE AMOUNTS SO STATED SCAO APPROVAL OF THE DOCUMENTS

February 04, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com Sheriff Miller Ionia County Sheriff Department/Office RE: MY BOND MONIES ACCEPTED ON 08/02/2006 Please provide copy of the signed, dated, and approved documents showing the bond monies in the amount of $3,000.00 received by one Cindy McGuire staff of the Ionia County Jail, were released, when, and by whom, as there exist no court records showing the same. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich

TO: J & J Bail Bonds

District and Circuit Courts

C. Pinnow There are no court records showing that my bond with J & J Bail Bonds was ever released.

RE: File Number ______in the District Court Please provide copy of the documents showing my bond was released.

Hoorts state acclimations and inception of the Day Report Program. To Michigan legislature: FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY OF THE 64A DISTRICT COURT and the authority of the COUNTY to maintain fiscal records. By my FOIA Request dated ________, I received an FOIA RESPONSE

RELEASE OF BOND

The transcript was falsified so as to eliminate a record showing magistrates inquiries to me regarding Satin Franks and the Day Report Program. I informed the court of this, and filed documents so as to compel Magistrate Bowling to appear in court to testify, but Judge Voet would not hear of this. After great time and effort, I finally was able to hear and to sit with _______ As the record shows, at arraignment, the magistrate neither continued such bond, nor released bond, nor set a new bond, but DID ORDER that I continue to report to the Day Report Program which was a special condition set by a staff member of the Ionia County Jail and without a due process hearing. As shown upon the transcript dated ____________Judge Voet insists that he ORDERED that all persons who are charged with second offense _________report to the Day report Program, by and through an alleged E-MAIL he sent to the jail.

Judge Voet also insists that he ORDERED the interim bond as set forth upon the ________, which states BY ORDER OF JUDGE VOET. However, the facts show that there exists no such COURT ORDER.

Indiana Lumbermens Mutual Insurance Company (NAIC #14265) BUSINESS ADDRESS: 8888 KEYSTONE CROSSING, SUITE 250, INDIANAPOLIS, IN 46240. PHONE: (800) 428-1441. UNDERWRITING LIMITATION b/: $2,551,000. SURETY LICENSES c,f/: AL, AK, AZ, AR, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, KY, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, NC, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WI, WY. INCORPORATED IN: Indiana. American Surety Company (NAIC #31380) BUSINESS ADDRESS: 250 East 96th Street, Suite 202, Indianapolis, IN 46240. PHONE: (317) 875-8700. UNDERWRITING LIMITATION b/: $1,104,000. SURETY LICENSES c,f/: AL, AK, AZ, CA, CO, CT, DE, DC, FL, GA, HI, ID, IL, IN, IA, KS, LA, ME, MD, MA, MI, MN, MS, MO, MT, NE, NV, NH, NJ, NM, NY, ND, OH, OK, OR, PA, RI, SC, SD, TN, TX, UT, VT, VA, WA, WV, WY. INCORPORATED IN: Indiana.

REHABILITATIVE PROGRAMS? HUH?

for the years 1999 to date

illegally received by the county were placed. From the year 1999-2006. Please explain why I and all others similarly-situated were required to post the amount of $3,000.00 by a surety for violation of MCL 257.625(1) Please provide proofs that Cindy McGuire received the amount of $3,000.00 from Mr. Klein, of J & J Bail Bonds. I never received a re
RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (EXCERPT)

Act 44 of 1961 780.584 Officer taking deposit; report; embezzlement. Sec. 4. Every officer taking a deposit under this act within 48 hours thereafter or at the next session of court shall deposit the same with the magistrate named in the receipt form, together with the facts relating to such arrest, and failure to make such report and deposit such money shall be deemed embezzlement of public money. History: 1961, Act 44, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1961

People with second offense have to have a bondman post bond for them.
780.581 Taking person arrested without warrant for misdemeanor or violation of ordinance before magistrate; bond; receipt; holding certain arrested persons in holding cell, holding center, lockup, or county jail; political subdivision defined. Sec. 1. (2) Except as otherwise provided in section 2a, if a magistrate is not available or immediate trial cannot be had, the person arrested may deposit with the arresting officer or the direct supervisor of the arresting officer or department, or with the sheriff or a deputy in charge of the county jail if the person arrested is lodged in the county jail, an interim bond to guarantee his or her appearance. The bond shall be a sum of money, as determined by the officer who accepts the bond, not to exceed the amount of the maximum possible fine but not less than 20% of the amount of the minimum possible fine that may be imposed for the offense for which the person was arrested. The person shall be given a receipt as provided in section 3.

The maximum offense for driving while intoxicated is: 93 days in jail and/or $100.00-$500.00 and or 360 hours of community service; rehabilitative programs (

INTENT TO SEEK AN ENHANCED SENTENCE WAS FILED AT THE ARRAIGNMENT HELD ON 08-29-06, WHICH ASSISTANT PROSECUTING ATTORNEY KIRKHOFF HANDED TO ORLICH ON THE SAME DAY, UNSIGNED. COPY OF THE FINANCIAL DOCUMENTS SHOWING THE COSTS OF PROSECUTING KIMBERLY ORLICH.

BONDS WHO APPROVES THE AMOUNTS???? THE COUNTY??? SHERIFF WHO APPROVED BOND AGENTS AND AGENCIES? THE COUNTY? THE SHERIFF MONIES FOR BONDBANK ACCOUNT NUMBERS (IDENITIFERS) My bond was never released. Ask Pinnow for it. THE

Subje ct: From: To:

bond information

Kimberly Orlich (k.orlich@yahoo.com) dmiller@ioniacounty.org;

Date:

Thursday, January 17, 2013 11:38 AM

January 17, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com Ionia County Ionia County Sheriff Dmiller@ioniacounty.org FOIA REQUESTS Please provide copy of the following, pursuant to the Michigan FOIA: 1. The document(s) showing the amounts of money required to post bond currently used by the jail, who set them, and when. 2. The most current document(s) showing the list of approved bond agents and agencies, who approved these, and when. Please waive any costs and fees associated with these requests, as the information is not published for public inspection. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich

January 14, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com Ionia County Ionia County Sheriffs Department Dear Sheriff Miller: This is in regard to my bond in August of 2006. At your earliest convenience, please provide copy of the documents showing that one Cindy McGuire: A) Deposited the monies ($3,000.00) to Magistrate Bowling, and B) Submitted the facts relating to the arrest to Magistrate Bowling and within 48 hours thereafter or at the next session of court on or after 08/02/2006. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich
The bond shall be a sum of money, as determined by the officer who accepts the bond, not to exceed the amount of the maximum possible fine but not less than 20% of the amount of the minimum possible fine that may be imposed for the offense for which the person was arrested. He had no idea any such bond RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (EXCERPT) Act 44 of 1961

780.584 Officer taking deposit; report; embezzlement. Sec. 4. Every officer taking a deposit under this act within 48 hours thereafter or at the next session of court shall deposit the same with the magistrate named in the receipt form, together with the facts relating to such arrest, and failure to make such report and deposit such money shall be deemed embezzlement of public money. History: 1961, Act 44, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1961

RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (EXCERPT) Act 44 of 1961 780.586 Interim bond; purpose; change of amount on arraignment. Sec. 6. Cash bonds accepted under this act shall be known as interim bonds, and shall be for the purpose of securing the defendant's arraignment in court, at which time said court may continue said bond for further proceedings, or may require a property bond or a cash bond in a greater or lesser amount. History: 1961, Act 44, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1961 ;-- Am. 1970, Act 157, Eff. Apr. 1, 1971

SPECIAL CONDITIONS NOT AUTHORIZED UPON INTERIM BONDS

Since 1999

J and J Bail Bonds has been alleged to have posted a bond for me in the amount of $3,000 based upon a

published document called Interim Bond as ordered by Judge Voet in the year 1999. There exists no such order. These interim bond amounts are excessively high and per my research, I can find no other entities which require this excessive amount of bond. USURY In fact, INTERIM BOND Can be no more than 20 percent of the maximum penalty for the charge of driving while intoxicated (there exists no Driving While Intoxicated 2nd charge as misrepresented upon the citation. A person named _______________________an employee of the Ionia County Jail imposed upon me certain special conditions of release. J and J Bail Bonds is alleged to have posted this bond At an arraignment hearing held on _______________, Magistrate Bowling did not continue or alter this interim bond or any special conditions. Instead, I received from one Satin Franks an order to The amount of this interim bond was ________________. January 21, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com County of Ionia Ionia County Administration c/o Ms. Miller FOIA REQUESTS Regarding third parties bond agents and agencies posting of bond for persons held at the Ionia County Jail and for their release, please provide copy of the following: 1. Copy of the documents which show the amounts of monies received in the posting of bond in the years 2006 and 2013. 2. The names and addresses of the respective bond agencies doing business with the County which provided the monies as referenced at Number 1 above for the years 2006 and 2013. 3. Copy of the documents which show the name of the financial institution and account number for the monies received as referenced at Number 1 above. 4. Copy of the signed and dated documents showing the bond agents and agencies which were approved to do business with the County in the years 2006 and 2013 5, Copy of any and all signed, dated, and approved contracts/agreements with the bond agents and agencies doing business with the County in the years 2006 and 2013 6. Copy of the documents showing the names of the individuals working at the Ionia County Jail who have been duly authorized to accept bond monies, as referenced at Number 1 in the years 2006 and 2013. . 7. Copy of the documents showing the bond certificates (liability bond insurance, etc) for those authorized

to accept monies as referenced above for the year 2006 and 2013. 8. Copy of the documents showing the bond certificates (liability bond insurance, etc) held by the sheriffs for the acceptance of bond monies as referenced above for the year 2006 and 2013. 9. Copy of the document showing the authority of the Ionia County Jail to receive from bond agents and agencies monies based upon 2nd and subsequent offenses, when the county of Ionia nor any of its staff have no authority to enhance a charge to set bond amounts. 10. Copy of the written, signed, and dated ORDER of Judge Voet as represented upon the attached document called INTERIM BOND LISTING EFFECTIVE MAY 05, 1999, BY ORDER OF JUDGE RAYMOND VOET as published and utilized by the County and B) Copy of the signed, da ted, and approved document showing that the County may set bond amounts based upon this ORDER OF JUDGE VOET commencing on May 5, 1999 through 08-02-2006. 11. Copy of the bond agent licenses held by the individual posting bond and J and J Bail Bonds as of 0802-2006.

In the alleged posting of bond, please provide copy of the following:

If J and J Bail Bonds posted bond for me in the amount of $3,000, as signed by the jail staff, and based upon the special conditions of release set by the jail staff and the subsequent orders of Joet Voet, first given to another party, Satin Franks, to give to me, and without the allowance of a due process hearing, then why was I incarcerated for violating bond and why were not the monies _________? Why was my bond money never released? Copy of the accounting documentation showing into what account my bond monies were placed. Copy of the document showing

ELECTION LAW--READ Notes: Get election results for Ionia County Sheriff ____MILLER JUDGE VOET?

November ____, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com

County of Ionia Ionia County Administration ________Miller, Treasurer Copy of the documents showing the monies Ionia County has received for the Preliminary Breath Tests (PBTs) administered at the Ionia County Jail for the years 2006 to date. Copy of the documents showing the number of preliminary breath tests (PBTs) administered at the Ionia County Jail for the years 2006 to date. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich AUTHORITY OF JAIL OFFICERS TO

I. II. III. IV. V. VI. VII. VIII.

IONIA COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE/IONIA COUNTY SHERIFFS DEPARTMENT Document showing the establishment of the COUNTY OFFICE OF THE SHERIFF AKA SHERIFF DEPARTMENT JURISDICTION OF THE

IX. X.

AUTHORITY OF THE ROAD PATROL OFFICER ARRESTED UPON THE CITATION

JULIE WATERS, CHERYL CRUTTENDEN, CINDY MCGUIRE, AND DALE MILLER AND ___________________ JAIL OFFICERS Civil Service Classifications and Specifications Employment Contracts POSITION DESCRIPTIONS AND DUTIES Performance Evaluations

RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (EXCERPT) Act 44 of 1961 780.581 Taking person arrested without warrant for misdemeanor or violation of ordinance before magistrate; bond; receipt; holding certain arrested persons in holding cell, holding center, lockup, or county jail; political subdivision defined. Sec. 1. (1) If a person is arrested without a warrant for a misdemeanor or a violation of a city, village, or township ordinance, and the misdemeanor or violation is punishable by imprisonment for not more than 1 year, or by a fine, or both, the officer making the arrest shall take, without unnecessary delay, the person arrested before the most convenient magistrate of the county in which the offense was committed to answer to the complaint. (2) Except as otherwise provided in section 2a, if a magistrate is not available or immediate trial cannot be had, the person arrested may deposit with the arresting officer or the direct supervisor of the arresting officer or department, or with the sheriff or a deputy in charge of the county jail if the person arrested is lodged in the county jail, an interim bond to guarantee his or her appearance. The bond shall be a sum of money, as determined by the officer who accepts the bond, not to exceed the amount of the maximum possible fine but not less than 20% of the amount of the minimum possible fine that may be imposed for the offense for which the person was arrested. The person shall be given a receipt as provided in section 3. (3) If, in the opinion of the arresting officer or department, the arrested person is under the influence of intoxicating liquor or a controlled substance, or a combination of intoxicating liquor and a controlled substance, is wanted by police authorities to answer to another charge, is unable to establish or demonstrate his or her identity, or it is otherwise unsafe to release him or her, the arrested person shall be held at the place specified in subsection (4) until he or she is in a proper condition to be released, or until the next session of court. (4) For purposes of subsection (3), if the person is arrested in a political subdivision that has a holding cell, holding center, or lockup, the person shall be held in that holding cell, holding center, or lockup. However, if that holding facility is at capacity then the person may be held in a holding cell, holding center, or lockup willing to accept the prisoner. If the person is arrested in a political subdivision that does not have a holding cell, holding center, or lockup, the person shall be held in a holding cell, holding center, or lockup willing to accept the prisoner or in the county jail. As used in this subsection, political subdivision means a city, village, or township. History: 1961, Act 44, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1961 ;-- Am. 1970, Act 157, Eff. Apr. 1, 1971 ;-- Am. 1983, Act 61, Eff. Mar. 29, 1984 ;-- Am. 1985, Act 149, Imd. Eff. Nov. 12, 1985 ;-- Am. 1990, Act 308, Eff. Mar. 28, 1991

RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (EXCERPT) Act 44 of 1961

780.582 Arrest with warrant for misdemeanor or violation of ordinance; penalty; interim bond. Sec. 2. Except as otherwise provided in section 2a, if a person is arrested with a warrant for a misdemeanor or a violation of a city, village, or township ordinance, and the misdemeanor or violation is punishable by imprisonment for not more than 1 year or by a fine, or both, the provisions of section 1 shall apply, except that the interim bond shall be directed to the magistrate who has signed the warrant, or to any judge authorized to act in his or her stead.
History: 1961, Act 44, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1961 ;-- Am. 1970, Act 157, Eff. Apr. 1, 1971 ;-- Am. 1990, Act 308, Eff. Mar. 28, 1991

ATTORNEY-CLIENT AGREEMENTS

Winters/Gorman is currently representing the City of Ionia in the courts.

January 15, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com Ionia County Sheriff Department/Office FOIA Coordinator C/O Sheriff Miller FOIA Requests 1. Please provide copy of the document showing the interim bond amounts of monies currently required by the Ionia County Jail. 2. Please provide copy of the signed and dated document(s) showing the most recent list of bond agencies approved by the Sheriff to provide such services for detainees.

2nd Set 3. The signed and dated COURT ORDER showing the Interim Bond amounts effective May 05, 1999.

Please waive any costs and fees associated with this request, as the information is intended to primarily benefit the public, it is not published for public inspection, and because I cannot afford to pay for them. See attached affidavit. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich The date upon which my $3,000.00 bond was forfeited for violation or violations of the special conditions upon bond. Why a representative of the bonding agency, J and J Bail Bonds was not required to appear in any court of law when I was accused of violating my special conditions upon bond?

January 14, 2013 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com Ionia County Ionia County Sheriffs Department Dear Sheriff Miller: This is in regard to my bond in August of 2006. At your earliest convenience, please provide copy of the documents showing that one Cindy McGuire: A) deposited the monies ($3,000.00) to Magistrate Bowling, and B) submitted the facts relating to the arrest to Magistrate Bowling and within 48 hours thereafter or at the next session of court on or after 08/02/2006. Thank you. Kimberly Orlich That these same monies were returned to J and J Bail Bonds.

He had no idea any such bond RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (EXCERPT) Act 44 of 1961 780.584 Officer taking deposit; report; embezzlement. Sec. 4. Every officer taking a deposit under this act within 48 hours thereafter or at the next session of court shall deposit the same with the magistrate named in the receipt form, together with the facts relating to such arrest, and failure to make such report and deposit such money shall be deemed embezzlement of public money. History: 1961, Act 44, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1961

RELEASE OF MISDEMEANOR PRISONERS (EXCERPT) Act 44 of 1961 780.586 Interim bond; purpose; change of amount on arraignment. Sec. 6. Cash bonds accepted under this act shall be known as interim bonds, and shall be for the purpose of securing the defendant's arraignment in court, at which time said court may continue said bond for further proceedings, or may require a property bond or a cash bond in a greater or lesser amount. History: 1961, Act 44, Imd. Eff. May 20, 1961 ;-- Am. 1970, Act 157, Eff. Apr. 1, 1971

SPECIAL CONDITIONS NOT AUTHORIZED UPON INTERIM BONDS

1st Illegal contract Surety Bond Fraudulent inducement DEFENDANTS IONIA COUNTY JAIL/DWAIN DENNIS/VOET/MIEL DEFENDANTS DUFF AND KIRKHOFF Attorney Negligence and Breach of Fiduciary Duty The jail officer had no authority to issue SCAO Form 241. Only the court may set special conditions upon release. The court did not order any bond condition prior to the signing of this contract. If a conditional bond is entered for the protection of named persons, the court forwards a copy of MC-241, Bond, to law enforcement for entry into LEIN. No bond was entered for the protection of a named person in Orlichs

case, but this was still entered into LEIN. (???FIND) MCR 6.106(D) provides that if the court determines that the release of a defendant on a personal recognizance bond will not reasonably ensure the appearance of the defendant or will not reasonably ensure the safety of the public, the court may order a conditional bond. MCR 6.106(I)(2)(b) clarifies that bail agents are liable only for the appearance of a defendant, and not for compliance with conditions imposed on a defendant by the court as part of a conditional release pursuant to MCR 6.106. If a defendant fails to comply with the bond conditions, a court may continue the revocation order and enter judgment against the defendant for failure to comply with the conditions of release or failure to satisfy the court that compliance with those conditions was impossible. _________Instead, Judge Voet threatened Orlich with a warrantless arrest and the imposition of a $10,000.00 bond if she failed to comply with his conditions of release, but which were never set by the court and after a due process hearing. Judge Voet is not the court. (See Transcript at ______________) Kondzer v Wayne County Sheriff, 219 Mich App 632 (1996), held that a surety is only bound by those terms and conditions to which they agree or consent for the release of a defendant. A violation of conditional bond may result in forfeiture or revocation of a surety bond; however, this may only be imposed on a surety if they agreed or consented to the imposition of the protective condition. A suretys agreement or consent must be made by written instrument or placed on the record and must not be a requirement for the surety to post the bond. In People v Brow, 253 Mich 140 (1931), the court held that a suretys obligation to guarantee a defendants presence in court terminates upon sentencing unless the surety consents to the bond being continued. The Appellant contacted the surety bond person company and she was told that her bond is still in effect to this day.
Therefore, Judge Miel had no authority to set a new bond, and then remand Orlich to jail for violating this new bond, as the prior bond was never released.

15.1 Uniform bond coverage; state officers and employees; exceptions. Sec. 1. Notwithstanding the provisions of any other law, officers and employees of all state

departments and agencies that are required by statute or in the discretion of the director of the department covered, or otherwise to furnish bonds conditioned for their honesty or faithful discharge of their duties shall be covered by a blanket bond or bonds as a departmental group or as a state group by corporate surety companies as approved by the director of the department of administration. Treasurers and tax collectors by whatever title known may be covered by individual bonds. History: 1969, Act 10, Imd. Eff. May 7, 1969 Section: 15.1 15.2 15.3 15.4 15.5 15.6 5.38 15.36 15.37 15.39 15.51 15.71 15.72 15.91 15.92 Next BONDING

Handling Funds An individual is considered to be handling funds or other property of a union if the union could suffer a loss if the individual performed his or her duties fraudulently or dishonestly. The loss could be caused by the individual acting alone or with others. Handling funds isnot limited to physical contact with money but is based on various factors such as custody, access, actual authority, responsibilities, supervision, fiscal controls, and the nature of the funds or other property. For example, a person who receives dues, fees, etc., from members clearly handles union funds. Also, however, any officer or employee who has authority to sign checks on the unions account or redeem shares from a mutual fund is handling union funds even if he or she has no physical contact with the funds. Individuals who typically handle funds include union officers (both elected and non-elected), employees such as business agents, trustees, key administrative and professional staff, and clerical personnel. Fraudulent or Dishonest Acts Bonding coverage required by the LMRDA and the regulations is limited to protection against financial loss arising from fraudulent or dishonestacts in the handling of funds and other property of a union or trust. Fraudulent or dishonest actsinclude, for example, larceny, theft, embezzlement, forgery, misappropriation, wrongful abstraction, wrongful conversion, and willful misapplication. Bonds must allow recovery for losses as a result of these acts by bonded persons directly or through a scheme with others. Back to Top Who Must Be Bonded Organizations Every union covered by the LMRDA is subject to the bonding requirements except for unions with property and annual receipts that do not exceed $5,000 in value. Every trust in which a labor organization is interested is covered by the bonding requirements regardless of the value of its property and annual receipts. Persons Every officer, agent, shop steward, and other representative and employee who handles funds or other property of a covered union or trust must be bonded, including: elected union officers; key administrative personnel, whether elected or appointed (such as business

agents, heads of departments or major units, and organizers who exercise substantial independent authority); trustees and key administrative personnel of trusts; salaried nonsupervisory professional staff of unions and trusts; and secretarial, clerical, and service personnel of unions and trusts. Before any new employees or officers may handle funds, they must be bonded for an amount based upon the funds handled by their predecessors during the last fiscal year. No additional bonding is required if a bond, which meets the requirements of the LMRDA, is already in force to cover them. If a person who is not bonded handles union funds, he or she is violating the law. The person who assigns him or her those functions is also violating the law.

405.2 Annual report.

Every employer who in any fiscal year has made any payment, loan, promise, agreement, arrangement or expenditure of the kind described and required by section 203(a) of the Act to be reported, shall, as prescribed by the regulations in this part, file with the Office of Labor-Management Standards, within 90 days after the end of each of its fiscal years, a report signed by its president and treasurer, or corresponding principal officers, together with a true copy thereof, containing the detailed information required therein by section 203(a) of the Act and found by the Assistant Secretary under section 208 thereof to be necessary in such report. [28 FR 14384, Dec. 27, 1963, as amended at 50 FR 31309, Aug. 1, 1985]
405.3 Form of annual report.

On and after the effective date of this section, every employer required to file an annual report by section 203(a) of the Act and 405.2 shall file such report on the United States Department of Labor Form LM10 entitled, Employer Report1 in the detail required by the instructions1 accompanying such form and constituting a part thereof.
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Filed as part of the original document.

[28 FR 14384, Dec. 27, 1963, as amended at 38 FR 10715, May 1, 1973; 42 FR 59070, Nov. 15, 1977]
REFUSAL TO PROVIDE DOCUMENTS TO PROVE BONDS ATTORNEY GENERAL DELIBERATE INDIFFERENCE

Bonding
(29 U.S.C. 502) SEC. 502. (a)8 Every officer, agent, shop steward, or other representative or employee of any labor organization (other than a labor organization whose property and annual financial receipts do not exceed $5,000 in value), or of a

trust in which a labor organization is interested, who handles funds or other property thereof shall be bonded to provide protection against loss by reason of acts of fraud or dishonesty on his part directly or through connivance with others. The bond of each such person shall be fixed at the beginning of the organization's fiscal year and shall be in an amount not less than 10 per centum of the funds handled by him and his predecessor or predecessors, if any, during the preceding fiscal year, but in no case more than $500,000. If the labor organization or the trust in which a labor organization is interested does not have a preceding fiscal year, the amount of the bond shall be, in the case of a local labor organization, not less than $1,000, and in the case of any other labor organization or of a trust in which a labor organization is interested, not less than $10,000. Such bonds shall be individual or schedule in form, and shall have a corporate surety company as surety thereon. Any person who is not covered by such bonds shall not be permitted to receive, handle, disburse, or otherwise exercise custody or control of the funds or other property of a labor organization or of a trust in which a labor organization is interested. No such bond shall be placed through an agent or broker or with a surety company in which any labor organization or any officer, agent, shop steward, or other representative of a labor organization has any direct or indirect interest. Such surety company shall be a corporate surety which holds a grant of authority from the Secretary of the Treasury under the Act of July 30, 1947 (6 U.S.C. 613), as an acceptable surety on Federal bonds: Provided, That when in the opinion of the Secretary a labor organization has made other bonding arrangements which would provide the protection required by this section at comparable cost or less, he may exempt such labor organization from placing a bond through a surety company holding such grant of authority. (b) Any person who willfully violates this section shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.

VOTING RIGHTS For officers, etc And for representative

Your office and staff member _______________has represented that PROVIDE COPY OF THE DOCUMENT WHICH EVIDENCES THAT THE CONSTITUTION UNDER WHICH THE AUTO WORKERS AFL-CIO aka AFL-CIO NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS IS THE UAW CONSTITUTION AND NOT THE AFL-CIO CONSTITUTION.

The AUTO WORKERS AFL-CIO aka AUTO WORKERS NATIONAL HEADQUARTERS is in fact the exclusive representative for the

FOR CIVIL COMPLAINTS

Detroit District Office U.S. Department of Labor, OLMS Ian Burg, District Director 211 W. Fort St., Room 1313 Detroit, MI 48226 (313) 226-6200 Fax (313) 226-4391 MICHIGAN.

Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) How To File a Complaint with OLMS The Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) conducts both criminal and civil investigations of alleged violations of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act (LMRDA) and related laws. Criminal Investigations OLMS criminal investigations involve: the embezzlement or theft of union funds, property or assets recordkeeping and reporting violations such as false statements, false reports and destruction of records the use or threatened use of force or violence to restrain, coerce or intimidate a member in order to interfere with or prevent the member from exercising their LMRDA rights extortionate picketing - picketing on or about an employers premises for the personal profit of any individual by obtaining money from the employer prohibitions against persons convicted of certain felonies holding union office or employment in certain positions unlawful acts relating to trusteeships, loans to officers and payment of fines union election fraud where there has been ballot tampering or other illegal acts committed in order to influence the outcome of the election Criminal investigations are opened based on various sources of information including complaints. Please contact the OLMS field office closest to you if you want to provide information about a criminal matter. You do not have to tell us your name in order to provide information. However, you should be prepared to provide us with information identifying the union and persons involved and describe the suspected illegal activity. You may also contact us via e-mail at OLMS-Public@dol.gov or call 202-693-0143.

BONDING (29 U.S.C. 502)

Bonding coverage required by the LMRDA


OLMS

ORGANIZATIONS AND PERSONS

Office of Labor-Management Standards (OLMS) Bonding Requirements Section 502(a) of the Labor-Management Reporting and Disclosure Act of 1959, as amended (LMRDA), and provisions of Section 7120 of the Civil Service Reform Act of 1978 (CSRA) establish bonding requirements for certain officers and employees of labor organizations. Every union covered by the LMRDA or the CSRA is subject to the bonding requirements except for unions whose property and annual receipts do not exceed $5,000 in value. The required bonds are a type of insurance agreement which guarantees reimbursement to the union for any financial losses caused by fraudulent or dishonest acts by officers or employees, such as theft, embezzlement, or forgery. The bonding requirements are not based on the idea that particular individuals or organizations are inherently dishonest. Rather, bonding is required because experience has shown that when people are entrusted with the money or property of another, there will be instances when individuals will cause a loss through fraud or dishonesty. Bonding is therefore required to insure the union against such a loss.

OLMS

Labor Management Reporting and Disclosure Act, as amended

Who Must Be Bonded Organizations Every union covered by the LMRDA is subject to the bonding requirements except for unions with property and annual receipts that do not exceed $5,000 in value. Every trust in which a labor organization is interested is covered by the bonding requirements regardless of the value of its property and annual receipts. Persons Every officer, agent, shop steward, and other representative and employee who handles funds or other property of a covered union or trust must be bonded, including: elected union officers; key administrative personnel, whether elected or appointed (such as business agents, heads of departments or major units, and organizers who exercise substantial independent authority); trustees and key administrative personnel of trusts; salaried nonsupervisory professional staff of unions and trusts; and secretarial, clerical, and service personnel of unions and trusts. Before any new employees or officers may handle funds, they must be bonded for an amount based upon the funds handled by their predecessors during the last fiscal year. No additional bonding is required if a bond, which meets the requirements of the LMRDA, is already in force to cover them. If a person who is not bonded handles union funds, he or she is violating the law. The person who assigns him or her those functions is also violating the law.__
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Persons Every officer, agent, shop steward, and other representative and employee who handles funds or other property of a covered union or trust must be bonded, including: elected union officers; key administrative personnel, whether elected or appointed (such as business agents, heads of departments or major units, and organizers who exercise

substantial independent authority); trustees and key administrative personnel of trusts; salaried nonsupervisory professional staff of unions and trusts; and secretarial, clerical, and service personnel of unions and trusts. Before any new employees or officers may handle funds, they must be bonded for an amount based upon the funds handled by their predecessors during the last fiscal year. No additional bonding is required if a bond, which meets the requirements of the LMRDA, is already in force to cover them. If a person who is not bonded handles union funds, he or she is violating the law. The person who assigns him or her those functions is also violating the law.

FIDELITY BOND REPORTING ON LM-2 Unions Unions subject to the LMRDA must indicate on their annual financial report (Form LM-2, LM-3, or LM-4) filed with OLMS within 90 days after the end of the organizations fiscal year, whether they were insured by a fidelity bond during the annual reporting period and, if so, the maximum amount recoverable for loss caused by any person. Unions also must indicate whether any loss or shortage of funds or other property was discovered during the reporting period. If so, the union must describe the loss or shortage in detail by explaining what was lost, how it was lost, and to what extent, if any, there has been any recovery through restitution, surety bond, insurance, or other means.

Enforcement Section 502(b) of the LMRDA provides criminal penalties for willful violations of the bonding requirements. Any person who willfully violates section 502(a) may be fined and/or imprisoned. Enforcement of the CSRA bonding requirements is through administrative action involving the filing of a complaint by OLMS, a hearing before a Labor Department administrative law judge, the judges report and recommendation, and a decision and order by the Assistant Secretary for Employment Standards. In addition, officials who make false statements on reports required to be filed with OLMS, including statements relating to the bonding requirements of the LMRDA, are subject to criminal penalties. If the reports were submitted under the CSRA, penalties may be imposed pursuant to 18 U.S.C. 1001.

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502. Bonding of officers and employees of labor organizations; amount, form, and placement of bonds; penalty for violation
(a) Every officer, agent, shop steward, or other representative or employee of any labor organization (other than a labor organization whose property and annual financial receipts do not exceed $5,000 in value), or of a trust in which a labor organization is interested, who handles funds or other property thereof shall be bonded to provide protection against loss by reason of acts of fraud or dishonesty on his part directly or through connivance with others. The bond of each such person shall be fixed at the beginning of the organizations fiscal year and shall be in an amount not less than 10 per centum of the funds handled by him and his predecessor or predecessors, if any, during the preceding fiscal year, but in no case more than $500,000. If the labor organization or the trust in which a labor organization is interested does not have a preceding fiscal year, the amount of the bond shall be, in the case of a local labor organization, not less than $1,000, and in the case of any other labor organization or of a trust in which a labor organization is interested, not less than $10,000. Such bonds shall be individual or schedule in form, and shall have a corporate surety company as surety thereon. Any person who is not covered by such bonds shall not be permitted to receive, handle, disburse, or otherwise exercise custody or control of the funds or other property of a labor organization or of a trust in which a labor organization is interested. No such bond shall be placed through an agent or broker or with a surety company in which any labor organization or any officer, agent, shop steward, or other representative of a labor organization has any direct or indirect interest. Such surety company shall be a corporate surety which holds a grant of authority from the Secretary of the Treasury under sections 93049308 of title 31, as an acceptable surety on Federal bonds: Provided, That when in the opinion of the Secretary a labor organization has made other bonding arrangements which would provide the protection required by this section at comparable cost or less, he may exempt such labor organization from placing a bond through a surety company holding such grant of authority. (b) Any person who willfully violates this section shall be fined not more than $10,000 or imprisoned for not more than one year, or both.
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-----Original Message----From: Kimberly Orlich [mailto:k.orlich@yahoo.com] Sent: Sat 4/2/2011 5:51 PM To: Miya Williamson Cc: Subject: copy please

April 03, 2011 Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com UAW Local 6000 Miya Williamson, Financial Secretary/Treasurer mwilliamson@uawlocal6000.org

If such exists, please will you provide to me a copy of any document which shows that the UAW Local 6000 paid monies to one Kathryn A. VanDagens for services she performed for my grievance arbitration assigned UAW Case No. 07-HS-COR-59-MM15, when it was paid, to whom, and how much was paid.

Thank you. Kimberly Orlich

FROM: Miya Williamson TO: Kimberly Orlich Message flagged Monday, April 4, 2011 10:53 AM

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Kimberly, Under policy and procedure you are only entitled to a copy of your grievance form. If you have any further questions please contact President Mitchell. Thanks, Miya Error! Hyperlink reference not valid. TO: 1 More1 recipient CC: recipientsYou MoreHide Details FROM:

Kimberly Orlich TO: Miya Williamson Message flagged Monday, April 4, 2011 12:33 PM

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April 04, 2011 Ms. Williamson, Please tell me where to find that policy and procedure. Are they on-line? Thank you. Kim Orlich

FROM: Kimberly Orlich TO: Miya Williamson Message flagged Wednesday, April 6, 2011 11:46 AM

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April 06, 2011 Ms. Williamson: Please respond to my April 04, 2011 request regarding your representation regarding policies and procedures. Thank you. Kim Orlich
From: Ed Mitchell <emitchell.mi@netzero.net> To: Miya Williamson <mwilliamson@uawlocal6000.org> Cc: k.orlich@yahoo.com Sent: Wed, April 6, 2011 1:02:30 PM Subject: RE: FYI - FW: copy please

The policy concerning a grievants requests for copies of grievance files is covered by UAW Administrative Letter, volume No. 46, Letter No. 3. Copies of the Administrative Letter can be obtained from the International Union, 8000 E. Jefferson, Detroit, Michigan. Ed

FROM: Kimberly Orlich TO: Ed Mitchell

Message flagged Wednesday, April 6, 2011 12:40 PM

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Are you interpreting such letter to say that I am not allowed a copy of what I am seeking?

Wednesday, April 6, 2011 1:57 PM

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The Administrative Letter says that we are only allowed to give a grievant a copy of their grievant and grievance answers. All other documentation must be obtained from the employer. Everything that we have they have and they are subject to FOIA.

-----Original Message----From: Kimberly Orlich [mailto:k.orlich@yahoo.com] Sent: Tue 4/19/2011 8:16 PM To: Ed Mitchell; Miya Williamson Cc: Subject: bond April 19, 2011 Dear Mr. Mitchell and Ms. Williamson, Please provide to me a copy of your bond certificates. Thank you

Kimberly Orlich 1251 Kenwood St. Apt. 112 Belding, MI 48809 k.orlich@yahoo.com

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I have been directed by the International Union to inform you that any further contact or request are to made to the UAW legal Department. Please do not contact the Local for any further information.

Kimberly Orlich TO: emitchell@uawlocal6000.org bking@uaw.org Message flagged Monday, May 9, 2011 4:14 PM

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May 09, 2011 Dear Presidents Mitchell and King: President Mitchell wrote: "I have been directed by the International Union to inform you that any further contact or request are to made to the UAW legal Department. Please do not contact the Local for any further information." I recently e-mailed President King to please forward the information for me to contact the "legal department." I have received no response to date. I can find no UAW International "LEGAL DEPARTMENT" Please advise. Thank you Kim Orlich