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Joe Dunn is out at State Bar

November 14, 2014


Focus for a moment on the following statement that can be found all over the State Bar website: The State Bar of California is an administrative arm of the California Supreme Court, protecting the public and seeking to improve the justice system for more than 80 years. All lawyers practicing law in California must be […]

Chief Justice hands out pay raises

August 23, 2013


Please click here to view a document signed by the Chief Justice on July 3, 2013. This memorandum grants 3.5% pay raises to employees of the Administrative Office of the Courts, the Supreme Court, the Courts of Appeal, and the Habeas Corpus Resource Center.You might recall that the Legislature was poised near the end of […]

Abridging the freedom of the press

March 20, 2013


Abridging the freedom of the press Prior to the introduction of California’s various sunshine and public meeting laws, various schemes were concocted between government officials and private industry to have government willingly part with your tax dollars. Oftentimes, the higher or sole source bidders would be kicking back cash to legislators and government officials, their […]

Chief Justice unveils new legislative strategy

October 19, 2012


  October 18, 2012 Dear Members and Others, We attach an article by reporter Cheryl Miller of The Recorder which highlights remarks the Chief Justice made last weekend. You will see from the article a number of direct quotes from the Chief Justice. We urge you to carefully read this article, and then read it […]