California Judges Losing Ground In Fight To Save Their Illegal Payments #VB86
May 16, 2010Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA Full Disclosure Network® presents a nine minute video news update on the long protracted legal battle involving a David and Goliath fight to stop judicial, bias, bribery, conflict of interest and corruption in the California Courts.
FEATURING TWO DAVIDS WHO TOOK ON JUDICIAL GOLIATH
Richard I. Fine, jailed taxpayer advocate Attorney
Sterling Norris, Judicial Watch public interest attorney
and activist Fred Sottile who describes the circumstances of the two cases both involving Los Angeles County.
Richard I. Fine vs Sheriff Leroy Baca, L A County and Sturgeon vs County of Los Angeles that have now reached the highest courts and are expected to be resolved within the next few days after an extraordinary legal battle against all odds. Here are some of the particulars:
THURSDAY, MAY 20, 2010
U S SUPREME COURT CONFERENCE HEARING
Richard I. Fine vs Sheriff Leroy Baca, L A County
Petition for Writ of Certiorari (Re: Appeal on Writ of Habeas Corpus)
U S Supreme Court Justices 2009
SHERIFF BACA THROWS IN THE TOWEL AT U S SUPREME COURT
Both Richard Fine and Sterling Norris are very positive regarding the new developments that hold promise they will win in both their cases based on the following two documents:
- Sheriff Baca declined to respond (see waiver here) in the U S Supreme Court on Richard I. Fine’s Petition for Writ of Certiorari that could free him from solitary “Coercive Confinement” in the L A County Men’s Central Jail. He has been held there for fourteen months even though he has never been charged or convicted of a crime.
- L A County and Superior Court Judges Association failed to respond in the Judicial Watch Sturgeon vs County of L. A. case causing the California 4th District Court of Appeals send this notice to respond that the case will be decided on the opening brief and oral argments presented by Judicial Watch if they do not respond by Friday May 21, 2010.