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How to Research Your Judge Course January 2023

Phelan Janet Court Victim Community Course HOW TO RESEARCH YOUR JUDGE 2023

HOW TO RESEARCH YOUR JUDGE 2023 28 January class Please contact me if interested. Here is another case where this research had a profound effect. Justice in the Time of Corona – Activist Post (SEE BELOW) Justice in the Time of Corona – Activist Post The first class for 2023 on HOW TO RESEARCH YOUR JUDGE will be held on January 28 at 2 pm Central Time. As we continue to reel under judicial oppression, with ostensibly no legal recourse, this research has proven, time and time again, to make an impact in cases where judges are ignoring the law and the human and civil rights of litigants. The class remains at the very low registration fee of $30. If you are unable to pay that, please contact me directly as fee waivers are available. We need an army of people doing this research, which can show that judges are compromised and are throwing cases and being paid off, under the table, to do so. This is not justice. This is a charade of justice. Please join us on January 28 and start to make a difference in your case,… Read More

Corrupt Judge Cynthia C. Lie

Corrupt Santa Clara County California Cynthia C Lie

Cynthia C. Lie is a judge of the California 6th District Court of Appeal. She took office on August 30, 2021. Her current term ends January 2, 2023. Lie ran for re-election for judge of the California 6th District Court of Appeal. She won in the retention election November 8, 2022. Lie was appointed to the state court of appeals by Gov. Gavin Newsom July 9, 2021, to succeed Nathan Mihara, who retired in July 2020. Education Lie received both her B.A. and J.D. from the University of California – Berkeley. Career At the time appointed to the state supreme court, Lie was a judge of the Superior Court of Santa Clara County. From 2003 to 2014, Lie served as assistant public federal defender for San Jose Branch of the Office of the Federal Public Defender, Northern District of California. Before was a staff attorney for the City and County of San Francisco Office of Citizen Complaints. Lie worked as a litigation associate at Sheppard, Mullin, Richter and Hampton LLP. From 1995 to 2000, she served as deputy public defender for San Diego County. Elections and appointments 2022 Cynthia C…. Read More

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