Who is Wayne County Elder Abuser Federal Judge George Caram Steeh?

Wayne County Michigan Federal Judge George Caram Steeh
Federal Judge George Caram Steeh

This Judge Enables Elder Abuse, ADA Violations

Judge George Caram Steeh, III is an Article III federal judge for the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Michigan 1998 nominated by President Bill Clinton and took on status January 2013.

From Ann Arbor, Michigan, Judge George Steeh graduated from University of Michigan-Ann Arbor obtained both a bachelor’s and J.D. degrees in 1969 and 1973.

Career
After Law School, Judge George Steeh became part of the Genesee County Prosecutor’s Office from 1973 to 1980 as an Assistant prosecuting attorney 1973-1978, then promoted to First assistant prosecuting attorney 1978-1980. From 1980-1988, Judge George Steeh was a private practice attorney in Michigan before he was elected to the Macomb County Board of Commissioners 1986 until 1989, after which Judge George Steeh started his career as a Michigan District 41-B Court Judge 1989-1990 then elected judge for the 16th District Circuit Court from 1990-1998.

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Federal Judge George Caram Steeh, III

United States District Court, Eastern District of Michigan
Detroit, Michigan

Judge George Caram Steeh III has been a U.S. District Court judge since 1998. Previously, he served as a Macomb County Circuit Court judge for eight years and as a District Court judge in Mt. Clemens for two years, having worked in private practice before that. Judge Steeh is a member of the State Bar of Michigan and the Macomb County Bar Association, and is a member and past president of the Arab American Bar Association. He’s a founding member who serves on the board of directors for the Child Advocacy Center of Macomb County. Judge Steeh served as chairperson of the Macomb County Domestic Violence Coordinating Council and as an officer and member of the board of directors of Comprehensive Youth Services. He is a recipient of the Clarity Award for Opinion Writing by the State Bar of Michigan Plain English Committee. In 1999, Judge Steeh was awarded the State of Israel Bonds-Eleanor Roosevelt Humanities Award.

Judge George Caram Steeh III Webpage

October 2010, he was the first of several federal court judges to hear a case concerning the constitutionality of the Affordable Care Act. The main question here is whether the Commerce Clause of the Constitution of the United States gives the United States Congress the authority to buy any commercial product, which in this case is health insurance. Judge George Steeh ruled that the Act is constitutional, writing: “These decisions, viewed in the aggregate have clear and direct impacts on health care providers, taxpayers and the insured population who ultimately pay for the care provided to those who go without insurance,” and that choosing not to obtain health insurance qualifies as an example of “activities that substantially affect interstate commerce.” According to the Supreme Court of the United States, if a federal law arbitrates activities that substantially affect interstate commerce, then that law complies with the Commerce Clause.

Judge George Steeh tossed a civil rights lawsuit filed by a couple who claimed Detroit police officers operating as a “dog death squad” shot and killed their three dogs during a marijuana raid. He dismissed the suit filed by Kevin Thomas and Nikita Smith against Detroit police officers, saying they couldn’t recover because their dogs did not have a city license. Judge George Steeh reasoned that because the dogs were unlicensed, Thomas and Smith had no legitimate possessory interest in the dogs, and there could be no violation of the Fourth Amendment. “When a person owns a dog that is unlicensed, in the eyes of the law it is no different than owning any other type of illegal property or contraband,” Judge George Steeh wrote. As precedent, Judge George Steeh cited a decision by the Chicago-based 7th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals that held a plaintiff didn’t have a legitimate possessory interest in an unregistered submachine gun seized by police without a warrant



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Wayne County Michigan Federal Judge George Caram Steeh
Wayne County Michigan Federal Judge George Caram Steeh3


ARTICLES
District Court honors memory of late Judge George Steeh
Lebanese American Chamber of Commerce Honors Lebanese American Judges
Judge dismisses lawsuit against DIA; Van Gogh painting won’t be seized
Judge sides with DIA; Van Gogh painting can’t be seized
Rush v. US Army, Secretary of
Corrupt, Lying, Corporate Owned Judges Judge George Caram SteehFederal Sixth Circuit Court
Takata pleads guilty, to pay $1B in criminal penalties
Constitutionality of Michigan’s anti-democratic Emergency Manager law headed to federal court
Former Detroit police officer pleads guilty to accepting bribes
Federal lawsuit asks the courts to declare no-fault auto insurance laws in Michigan are unconstitutional.


VIDEOS
Judge George Caram Steeh Upholds Federal Healthcare Law
A federal judge has upheld a cornerstone of the new healthcare law, requiring Americans to carry health insurance. On Thursday, US District Judge George Steeh rejected a challenge from the conservative group the Thomas More Law Center alleging that the measure is unconstitutional.

A judge on Friday dismissed a lawsuit over control of an 1888 painting by Vincent van Gogh, saying federal law bars him from stepping into a dispute between a Brazilian collector and a Detroit museum. The painting of a woman with a book, titled “The Novel Reader,” is protected from seizure, and the Detroit Institute of Arts can’t be ordered to give it up, U.S. District Judge George Caram Steeh said

Attention, all of America’s enemies: Cease your hostile planning against these here United States of America as your goal has been accomplished. No, the USA was not defeated by foreign enemies, but by home-grown political correct drowns products of academia, Hollywood, and the news media. All of whom have forced upon the USA political correctness. Part of this hideous ideology is to attack Christians and Christianity.

Attending Georgia University, Augusta State University, in the graduate program for Counseling is or was a student by the name of Jennifer Keeton. Ms. Keeton made the mistake of identifying as a Christian and expressing homosexuality runs counter to her Christian beliefs.

The University insisted Ms. Keeton attend diversity workshops with the possible inclusion of attending a gay pride parade. Until such is accomplished, Ms. Keeton was banished from the University’s graduate counseling program. Ms. Keeton ran afoul of political correctness now must pay for her beliefs.

Eastern Michigan University student Julea Ward was expelled from a similar program for the same expression of faith and Christian beliefs. The case went to court and a Federal judge, a Democrat (Democrat); a Clinton (appointed by X-rated resident Clinton) named George Caram Steeh upheld the expulsion.

Link to article about Julea Ward:
http://www.foxnews.com/us/2010/07/28

Mark Levin discusses the ruling by Michigan liberal activist Federal Judge – George Caram Steeh


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