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Welcome to June. Welcome to change.

June 4, 2013

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It’s a new month and with it come some significant changes. For the past eighteen months or so, we’ve covered less of the story ourselves and have relied upon both our own aggregation of judicial branch news as well as aggregation with your invaluable assistance. The reasons for this was that our resources were redirected […]

AG Harris: Carrying the ball against an unelected judge is your responsibility

January 8, 2013

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To use a euphemism cited by one of our posters courtflea, chickenshit is contagious.  Thus far the mostly 18,000+ rank and file employees left in California’s judicial branch and many judges have been nonplussed thus far by the lackluster and carefree attitude that the AG’s office has had when it comes to Judicial Council and AOC indiscretions.  Time and […]

“Judge” Jack Halpin vs. Chief Justice Cantil-Sakauye

January 1, 2013

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It took us some time but we finally were able to get our hands on the chief justices order of December 18th 2012 to Judge Jack Halpin. We’re having a little more difficulty coming by the letter that the AOC wrote to the Attorney Generals’ office indicating that the quo warranto is a moot point. […]

Welcome to 2013 – The Year of Reckoning

January 1, 2013

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Reckoning (noun): A settlement of accounts For over three years now we and many others have stood by and made a record of judicial branch accounts. Today our record spans over 500 articles on this site alone and another 140 produced by or produced in conjunction with media partners from across the state. All of […]

2012 – Riding High – A Year of Success

December 27, 2012

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. Truth be told, we never left the saddle. As we entered into 2012 the first indication that CCMS was dead was on December 20th, 2011 when we announced with the assistance of Tonto (You remember him, the really nice house on the hill in Danville with the really nice yard that had been under […]

’twas the night before Christmas…

December 24, 2012

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Apologies about the late submission but this was so brilliant it needed to be posted immediately. Delilah gives you… the night before Christmas…. feel free to add a verse! ****** Twas the night before Christmas, and all through the State, good people were acting to change the Courts’ fate. The misdeeds and boondoggles shown everywhere, […]

Exclusive: The reason why our judges have gone silent

December 14, 2012

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As you probably observed in another thread, the AOC is under federal investigation over their mismanagement of the court interpreters program. Along with everything else they mismanage, the AOC has been managing the funds given to it by the state legislature for court interpreters. The way it works in practical terms is that a local […]