Browsing All Posts filed under »Lifting Judicial Immunity/Quasi-Immunity«

When the court falsifies the record it undermines the integrity of the judicial system

June 20, 2014


Nobody is above the law. Well, except sometimes, when you’re a California judge. We generally make it a point to shy away legal cases and focus on what is wrong with the judicial branch. Mostly what is wrong with the judicial branch can be found in San Francisco. However……sometimes we see a series of incidents […]

Artificially increasing the odds of “Not Reasonably Likely”…..

June 22, 2013


  In another thread MaxRebo presents a suitable cause\effect analysis of the politically astute Cantil-Sakauye‘s (HRH-2) offensive renaming of the Star Chamber conference center as the William C Vickrey conference center. I’ll add to that mix the offensive renaming of the Ronald M. George state office complex. Besides the fact that these characters are still above […]

The Nuclear Option: Changing the Trajectory of the Unjust

January 28, 2013


Citizens of California, Anonymous has observed for some time now the trajectory of justice in California with growing concern. We have marked the departure of this system from the noble ideals in which it was born and enshrined. We have seen the erosion of due process, the dilution of constitutional rights, the usurpation of the […]

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

January 8, 2013


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


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. […]

People of the State of California vs. Judge Jack Halpin

December 28, 2012


According to courthouse workers, “Judge” Jack Halpin has actually retired three times. Yet even today, Judge Jack Halpin can be found sitting on the Shasta bench adjudicating family law cases as if he never left. The apparent loophole that someone is using to unlawfully and unconstitutionally usurp the role of a judge is that he […]

Editorial: The Daily Journal missed the boat

October 31, 2012


Was this an assignment or roaming off the range? by Special Contributor, Yen Interactive Media, Sacramento Was this an assignment or roaming off the range? That’s the question we’ve been asking ourselves about a recent article in the Daily Journal written by Emily Green. In that article titled Alliances critics say group doesn’t practice what it […]

Jury Finds Nevada County Superior Court Guilty of Retaliation

October 12, 2012


Verdict in whistleblower’s historic case exposes the flaws of an unregulated legal system SACRAMENTO, CA – Former family court mediator Emily Gallup prevailed today in an historic wrongful termination lawsuit against the Nevada County Superior Court (NCSC). After three days of deliberation, a Sacramento jury found NCSC guilty of retaliating against Ms. Gallup, awarding her […]

The 1.8 billion dollar courthouse

September 18, 2012


Someone way more familiar with the Long Beach project dropped us a note overnight showing us the errors of our ways. Apparently, the AOC did not sign up for a 22 million dollar per year building which would represent just the costs of construction number and it is the costs of construction number that the […]

Going about Democratizing the Judicial Council – Part One

August 2, 2012


I’m sure that by now everyone has caught on to the concept that when you have 17 members of the judicial council appointed by the chief justice and you have two appointees of the state bar, which is an administrative office of the California Supreme Court and you have voting members of the state assembly […]

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 […]

Now what? Mass resignations of managers? Don’t hold your breath.

May 29, 2012


. Good Morning California, We’re imagining that not unlike like JCW, many other media company employees’ 3 day weekends were well underway with them on the roads or in the skies when the cowards in the ministry of truth released the SEC report in shame, to showcase their version of transparency and accountability after 7:30PM […]

Video purports to show Texas Judge William Adams beating his daughter into submission for using the internet

November 2, 2011


In California, we wouldn’t hesitate removing this child and charging the parent with assault. Of course, things are done differently in the backwaters of the deep south. As the male depicted in the video indicates, he is trying to beat his daughter Hillary into submission. Warning: This video contains graphic content and language.  This video […]

27 Days – The Judicial Council’s blessing of overtly criminal acts

August 20, 2011


The judicial council’s blessing of overtly criminal acts, committed right under everyones’ nose and in plain sight was what got us riled enough to do something about it, enough to do something to expose it and enough to do something about bouncing those out of office those that had anything to do with it.  Our […]

Paying yourself supplemental compensation with public funds? You’re getting warm…

June 26, 2011


Last week, many of us heard about a letter from CJP Counsel Victoria Hensley to Attorney General Kamala Harris. In this letter that we’ve only been able to read about is some curious wording that does concern every California citizen and should cause everyone to write Ms. Harris and it has to do with SBx211. In […]

Is the Chief subverting the constitution with assigned judges?

June 25, 2011


As a recent op-ed from the reformer indicated, the assigned judges program is being abused. Wouldn’t it be great if, as the AOC or Judicial Council you could pick the judge that heard your case? Better yet, wouldn’t it be swell if you picked someone with judicial-political aspirations of going to a higher court? As […]