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Richard I. Fine’s Bill Amending SBX 211 & related Government Code Sections; Establishing State of California Commission on Judicial Oversight & Victims Compensation for Judicial Misconduct & Judicial Abuse of Power

Bill Amending SBX 211 & related Government Code Sections; Establishing State of California Commission on Judicial Oversight and Victims Compensation for Judicial Misconduct and Judicial Abuse of Power

RICHARD I. FINE’S AMEND BILL SBX 2 11 BILL NUMBER: BILL TEXT CHAPTER FILED WITH SECRETARY OF STATE APPROVED BY GOVERNOR PASSED THE SENATE PASSED THE ASSEMBLY INTRODUCED BY [to be inserted] May , 2022 An act: (1) responding to the systemic emergency judicial crisis in California existing since approximately 1985 when individual counties and courts commenced paying State Superior Court judges sitting on State Superior Courts for their counties “supplemental or local judicial benefits” in addition to the State compensation (salary and benefits) paid to the judges by the State causing disparity in judges judicial salary and benefits, double taxation for citizens and residents in the “paying counties”, “unconstitutional (unlawful) ‘supplemental local judicial benefit payments’ ” to the judges resulting in 90% of California’s Superior Court judges receiving “bribes” under California and federal criminal laws; (2) responding to President Biden’s June 3, 2021 Memorandum declaring Corruption to be a National Security Issue; (3) responding to the public outcry against: (a) California’s judicial misconduct and judicial abuse of power negatively controlling judicial decisions as exemplified by SBX 2 11 and articles in the Daily Kos by Richard I. Fine, Doctor… Read More

Canadian mom seeks charges against California judge for kidnapping son

Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Tamara Hall orders to kidnapping a child from Canada to California Los Angeles County Superior Court Judge Tamara Hall Kidnapping Orders The terrifying, hand-written orders included “no visits to respondent” and there was no indication where the child would be taken since the father only had a UPS mailbox in California. To start, Judge Tamara Hall did not have jurisdiction to hear the father’s Petition for Dissolution of Marriage, that he filed on May 19 2015, because neither party met the residency requirements to obtain a judgement for a Dissolution of Marriage in California. The couple shared a sole family residence in Vancouver, British Columbia Canada with their 3-year-old child for over a year, they did not have a residence in California and they were not legally separated. When the father filed for emergency child custody orders two weeks later on June 5 2015, demanding instant sole legal custody of the three-year-old boy, no-contact with the mother, and the authorization to seize the child from another country without notice or opportunity to be heard, Judge Tamara Hall was not authorized to issue orders related… Read More

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