Arizona Smart Meter Activist Wins Again at Court of Appeals

By Catherine J. Frompovich

One of the EMF/RF/AMI Smart Meter researchers and consumer activists I network with in the USA, Warren Woodward of Sedona, Arizona, just won at the Arizona Court of Appeals in his public records case against the Arizona Corporation Commission, which is the Public Utilities Commission of the State of Arizona [1].

Warren sent the following email, which I asked for and received his permission to publish verbatim in order to let other consumers in the USA know you can WIN when you have the facts, know and understand how to play the “big boys’ games” regarding suppression.

Here’s Warren’s great news.

Woodward Wins Again at Court of Appeals
Information & Perspective by Warren Woodward
Sedona, Arizona ~ December 6, 2017

Readers may recall that last October the Arizona Court of Appeals ruled that the Superior Court judge in my public records case against the Arizona Corporation Commission (ACC) had erred by giving me unredacted documents and then telling me I had to ask his permission in order to share them. That’s called prior restraint of freedom of speech, and it’s a big 1st Amendment no-no.

The Court of Appeals also “remanded” my case back to the Superior Court, instructing the Superior Court judge to decide whether the ACC had kept public records from me (which is a felony offense). But the Superior Court judge had made so many mistakes already that I thought it best to move for a change of judge. By law, I was entitled to a change of judge simply by asking. In other words, in this circumstance I did not have to give any reasons, a change of judge was mine by right.

True to form, the Superior Court judge made another mistake by denying me my right to a change of judge. So last month I filed a “Special Action” in the Court of Appeals appealing the Superior Court judge’s decision.

The ACC then filed a Response brief in favor of the Superior Court judge’s decision. True to form, in addition to being wrong on all their points, the ACC made stuff up.  [CJF emphasis.  These kinds of legal shenanigans often happen in court!]

I learned years ago that with the ACC you have to check all their footnotes because they will footnote to something as though it supports their position, but if you go to the trouble of actually following the footnote to whatever is being referenced and read that, you find that the ACC is just fabricating and that what they footnoted to does not support their position at all. Readers interested in the details can read my Reply brief which is attached to this email.  [CJF emphasis.  Sounds extremely familiar!]

While not commenting on the ACC’s transgressions, yesterday the Court of Appeals ruled in my favor and granted me a change of judge. The Court of Appeal’s Order is attached to this email. [CJF emphasis]

By the way, I also have two other cases pending at the Court of Appeals. These are the cases that really need to be won. I appealed the ACC’s “smart” meter decision made in the APS rate case, and I appealed that part of the APS rate case decision that forces all new APS customers onto time of use rates for their first 90 days of service. In the interest of “judicial economy,” both cases may be consolidated into one case. I am still awaiting a case schedule from the Court of Appeals for those cases.

Activists can win when they know what they are doing and do it according to and within the legal system, especially when public utility commissions outwardly are denying people of their constitutional rights by forcing AMI Smart Meters on to your home’s electric service or turning off your electricity if you object to and decline a fire-prone, EMF/RF-emitting, high-tech smart meter, which basically is nothing more than a fancy computer with a ZigBee radio transmitter, which tracks your every appliance usage that documents in-house goings on and reports back to Big Brother every minute of every day’s electrical activity in your house.  That ‘profile’ can lead to serious repercussions since hackers can cause harm by hacking into the porous networks AMI Smart Meters operate on.



Catherine J Frompovich (website) is a retired natural nutritionist who earned advanced degrees in Nutrition and Holistic Health Sciences, Certification in Orthomolecular Theory and Practice plus Paralegal Studies. Her work has been published in national and airline magazines since the early 1980s. Catherine authored numerous books on health issues along with co-authoring papers and monographs with physicians, nurses, and holistic healthcare professionals. She has been a consumer healthcare researcher 35 years and counting.

Catherine’s latest book, published October 4, 2013, is Vaccination Voodoo, What YOU Don’t Know About Vaccines, available on

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3 Comments on "Arizona Smart Meter Activist Wins Again at Court of Appeals"

  1. Good work Warren!

  2. Fantastic activism. It’s not easy to take on the Rigged Republic of the Elites. What needs to be watched for as this plays out; new rule changes from the utility/government. As you win they revise as to defeat you in the future. Pennsylvania is great for changing the playing field especially in environmental torts. Thanks again, Catherine.

    • the one thing about new laws, is that the action you took last week was not illegal then, therefore you cannot be charged with a crime of any flavour now.
      this does mean that all other activists, everywhere work together so that you can get legal action started now, before your own state starts enacting new laws based on the mistakes of other states or players
      of course there is the constitutional test – if it holds up, good, if not, good riddance

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