Help us generate 500+ requests for a JLAC Audit of the Construction & Facilities Maintenance Programs at the Judicial Council.

Posted on July 10, 2015


Neither corruption nor sheer incompetence have any place in California’s judicial branch.

That’s why we are reaching out to the thousands of readers of JCW to get each and every one of you to write a snail mail letter to the Joint Legislative Audit Committee and point out that nowhere else in America does any judicial branch entity execute an executive branch function of building and operating courthouses. Most especially, no entity does this with a marked lack of both accountability and oversight that the California’s Judicial Council does.

If we want to see the results of another blistering audit of the Judicial Council’s ineptness, the time to act is short.

According to the Joint Legislative Audit Committees website, all requests for a new audit must be received in the JLAC office, LOB Room 107 no later than 5 PM on Tuesday, August 4th 2015.

The full address is:

Joint Legislative Audit Committee – California State Capitol
10th and L Streets – LOB Room 107
Sacramento, CA 95814

The date and time of this hearing is Tuesday, August 25th at 9:30AM at the above address, room 444

Please consider starting off your letter with a request for a construction and facilities maintenance audit of the Judicial Council. Following your request, feel free to detail the reasons for your request, many of which can be found in the pages of this publication.

Again, the time to act is short. You have less than 25 days to get your snail mail request to lawmakers in Sacramento.