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Op-Ed reply: The JLAC /BSA audit of the Marin County Courts

January 28, 2011


Here is the Center for Judicial Excellence’s response to Judge Boren and Ms. Kim Turner’s Op Ed about the recent Family Court Audit last Friday, which appears in today’s Marin Independent Journal. The IJ editors replaced my reference to Ms. Turner’s involvement in the document destruction with a more general reference to “the court,” though […]

Kids for Cash

November 10, 2010


If history has taught us any lessons, those lessons often reflect that history repeats itself. Let’s take a look at cottage privatization projects of the Judicial Branch, such as the PA Child Care “Kids for Cash” scandal and how this parallels what is happening with California’s custody evaluators, minor counsel, conflict of interests contracts, software projects and construction projects […]

Quasi-judicial immunity for fraud upon the court? The Stephen Doyne debacle

October 26, 2010


Clinical psychology isn’t glorious, high paying work. The average clinical psychologist works as a part of a multi-disciplinary practice and makes about $78,000.00 a year. That is, unless they specialize as a custody evaluator and wrap their business plan around high conflict divorce. Let’s take the case of Stephen Doyne, a clinical psychologist that manages to generate […]