Browsing All Posts filed under »Court Corruption«

The CCMS / SEC / OCCM Hangover

September 4, 2012


Good morning California! Welcome back to the grindstone after a long labor day weekend. This morning most of us woke up with a quasi-hangover. Some of us stumbled into work and most everyone else is working from home or called in exhausted. While over the past five weeks remodeling was being done around us, all […]

Editorial: Courts need to re-think workarounds for the civil bar

August 29, 2012


One of the most striking examples of how to attract  the attention of 190,000 attorneys in this leadership crisis was how the Ministry of Truth artfully employed bar associations and the state bar to make this fight all about the Judicial Council and the AOC getting more budget. Of course, we have to believe that […]

Leaked report “summary” details familiar problems

August 23, 2012


Wasn’t it the Ferenghi that said there is profit in chaos?   August 22, 2012 Dear Members and Others, On August 16th, Alliance director Judge David Lampe requested Executive and Planning Committee chairman Justice Douglas Miller to make public the audit report of the AOC Office of Court Construction and Management prepared by Pegasus Global […]

ACJ Letter to the Judicial Council, SEC &E&P committees

August 17, 2012


  You’ll note an ongoing theme of AOC management. When someone releases a report that is highly critical of their operations, they close ranks, take down the dirty laundry curtains, go wash the dirty laundry curtains and put them back in the window and declare they built a new and much improved house with the […]

As they’re bankrupting the courts, they’re handing out raises!

August 10, 2012


August 10, 2012 Dear Members and Others, Just when you thought you had heard everything, Alliance director Judge Kevin McCormick flips over a rock and, lo and behold, more evidence of insular, out-of-touch decision making by the Administrative Office of the Courts is found. We attach today’s Daily Journal article by reporter Paul Jones. In […]

AOC’s annual whistleblower policy notification – corrected.

August 1, 2012


If you are an AOC or Trial Court employee believe in this policy at your own peril. Please note that this recently amended policy has the same end result as the old policy. Come forward and you will be fired for an unrelated reason. Cooperate with any investigation and you will be fired for an […]

SEC – an endless summer of comments

July 27, 2012


AOC  under-reporting of special funds account balances Before we get to the meat and potatoes of this mornings post: Remember the recent scandal where State Parks were pleading poor and unable to keep state parks open? The parks director resigned and her deputy was fired when the department of finance found that state parks had […]

More reasons to fund the trial courts directly and not the AOC

May 14, 2012


Mr. Dydzak has filed his amended complaint in Orange County Court. Link: Dydzak v. Dunn OCSC Amended Complaint 5.2.12 This amended, verified complaint names those people who Mr. Dydzak believes to be responsible for and engaged in racketeering under 18USC1962 as well as a raft of other allegations. We would imagine that many people can provide […]

AOC vs Jacobs Facilities, Jacobs Project Management, Jacobs Engineering Group

May 5, 2012


. Just concluded was a sham trial with a predetermined result. That predetermined result was that the AOC will lose and that Jacobs will win. It took a conscious effort by the AOC’s legal team led by none other than Mary “the lizard” Roberts and by Peter Krause, a former AOC attorney who is now […]

April 18th Rally – What’s your message?

April 11, 2012


The Bar Association of San Francisco, the defenders of truth justice and the Team George way are holding a rally in the steps of City Hall in San Francisco on the 18th of April. When so many judicial branch movers and shakers, attorneys and court leaders present for a rally in the same public spot. […]

Saving the California Dream – One redacted page at a time

April 5, 2012


There are lots of reasons to pull the plug on CCMS. One of the most compelling reasons to pull the plug is Tani’s version of transparency and accountability. Not unlike Tani’s truth, there are only versions of transparency and accountability. For some time now our more conservative opponents in this fight for truth, justice and […]

Now What? Continued delusions or some meaningful action?

February 13, 2012


We’re finally starting to see a tiny bit of snail-like movement over at the AOC. To be sure, digital purgatory is starting to look much better but there is still work to be done. There’s a series of rumors floating around in another thread that we’re also trying to confirm. . . As General Woodhull […]

What a difference a day makes: AB1208 passes

January 31, 2012


January 30, 2012 Dear Members and Fellow Judges: We wish to announce to all our members and fellow judges that AB 1208 has passed the Assembly upon a vote of 42- 23 (one member added her vote at the end of the session).  This is an historic step for reform of the judiciary and the […]

Crunch Time is NOW for AB1208

January 26, 2012


January 25, 2012 Dear Members: If you’ve been on the sidelines, it is time to strap your helmet on and get in the game.  AB 1208 comes to a vote in the Assembly very soon.  The bill is under a withering attack by the AOC and those they have enlisted in the fight.  Those in […]

While CSLB busts ten for contracting without a license, judicial branch unlicensed contractors get a free pass

January 24, 2012


Ten people were recently caught in Amador County for attempting to contract without a contractors license. While we applaud the effort of the Contractors State Licensing Board’s SWIFT enforcement teams, we continue to question why at least 5 unlicensed contractors who received tens of millions of dollars from the AOC get quasi-judicial immunity for contracting […]

Tani’s Civics Lesson: The responsibility of the legislature

December 16, 2011


Tani’s Civics Lesson: The responsibility of the legislature . . We can grasp that it is probably a bit difficult to understand the responsibility of a legislature when your family roots are in a country with a propped up dictator and a puppet regime of loyal supporters. No, we’re not talking about the Judicial Council, […]