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Unintended Consequences of Judicial Greed #615-3

March 4, 20143 Comments

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Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director for Judicial Watch, charges that SBX 211, the law which now allows judges to continue to receive pay above and beyond their salaries, contradicts the California Constitution without a vote by the people. Orfanedes notes that judges must receive compensation of some kind, but they continue to accept remuneration that is a conflict of the ethics code. He questions how judges would still accept double benefits, understanding the moral impact.

3 comments to “Unintended Consequences of Judicial Greed #615-3”

  1. […] salaries, contradicts the California Constitution without a vote by the people. Watch the 1-minute preview video here in the third of three segments of a Full Disclosure Network® TV-Internet Series. Orfanedes […]

  2. […] salaries, contradicts the California Constitution without a vote by the people. Watch the 1-minute preview video here in the third of three segments of a Full Disclosure Network® TV-Internet Series. Orfanedes […]

  3. Joe Shea | March 5, 2014 | Permalink Reply

    I’m delighted to see how far the Full Disclosure Network has come in the decade since I last appeared with you, Leslie. The Website is absolutely beautiful, and you deserve many accolades for your persistence in rooting out corruption and injustice no matter who it bothers or what it costs you. Good for you!

    Joe Shea
    (Former) President
    Ivar Hill Community Assn.
    and Ivar Hawks Neighborhood Watch

    Editor-in-Chief
    The American Reporter
    Bradenton, Fla.
    http://www.american-reporter.com

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