For the sake of this site, Public Officers are: Sheriff and County Commissioners/Supervisors
As fiduciaries of the Public Trust, your Sheriff and County Commissioners/Supervisors owe their loyalty to the Constitutions which created the Public Trust(s) and are required to be bound by oath to said Constitutions, and have a fiduciary duty and must, at all times, display honesty, integrity, and good faith to the beneficiaries of the public trust(s), who are the sovereign grantors, the people they serve.
Limitations placed upon the actions of the fiduciaries by the Trust Instruments, the Constitutions, are absolute and are as follows:
The prohibition against impairing the obligation of contracts
the prohibition against the taking of private property for public use without just compensation
In general, the prohibition against trespass of another man's rights, liberty, or property
So.....What is a Breach of Fiduciary Duty by Public Officers
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