Los Angeles Superior Court Judges
December 3, 20132 Comments
Program Preview: Sterling Norris, the Director of Monitoring for Judicial Watch, was with the D.A.’s office more than 30 years. He is dismayed that judges accept money above and beyond their salaries, giving up their integrity and independence. Norris charges that the D.A. should take action, telling the judges they have a problem. He acknowledges […]Continue reading
January 23, 2012One Comment
Preview of Series (1 minute): Segment 1 Ernie Norris is a retired L A Deputy DA of Los Angeles County who now is a Judical Watch attorney who is seeking justice. He describes the bad public policy that results from arrogant judges. The impending disaster with 40,000 felons being released from California Prisons […]Continue reading
November 21, 20114 Comments
San Diego, CA Watch the unbelievable Court hearing where three Appellate Court Justices try to avoid making a decision on whether or not the Superior Court Judges in Los Angeles can continue to receive hundreds of millions of dollars illegally from the County of Los Angeles above and beyond their State salaries. FeaturesSterling Norris, Lead […]Continue reading
August 29, 2011Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA Former U. S. ProsecutorRichard I. Fine, Ph.D. appears in this exclusive video news report where he describes how the California Judges are mustering forces to fight off Citizen challenges to their illegal actions. They have enlisted the L.A. City AttorneyCarmen Trutanich to scare off and intimidate one civic activist named David R. Hernandez who […]Continue reading
August 8, 2011One Comment
Preview Segment #1: Judge OK’d Fraudulent Charter Ballot David Hernandez, a Los Angeles civic activist, tells Full Disclosure Network in this six-segment TV series of his legal challenge against Ballot Fraud, known as Prop. “R”. He is waging a war against a “Culture of Corruption” that has overtaken Los Angeles lobbyists, County and City elected […]Continue reading
May 2, 20114 Comments
Los Angeles, CA The sixth State Superior Court Judge,James Chalfant, has stepped down from sitting on the Richard I. Fine case involving the County of Los Angeles. Fine’s Motion to “Null & Void” all of Judge Yaffe’s Orders in the Marina Strand Colony II Homeowers Assn. v County of Los Angeles, including his Civil Contempt of Court, have […]Continue reading
April 14, 2010Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA. The Full Disclosure Network® presents a special video report on the growing confusion within L.A. Superior Court on how to handle the indefinite solitary “coercive Confinement” of a prominent anti-trust prosecutor Richard I Fine. Faced with a “Demand For A Farr Hearing” Los Angeles Superior Court Judge David Yaffe sought legal counsel […]Continue reading
September 13, 2009One Comment
Los Angeles, CA Here is a ten minute Full Disclosure Network video news report about how volunteers are fighting what appears to be Court Corruption that is making it very difficult for Richard I Fine to win his freedom. The volunteers are trying to Free Richard Fine from L A County Central Men’s Jail where […]Continue reading
May 15, 2009Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA While counties, cities and the entire state are on the brink of financial collapse all California Superior Court Judges are fighting hard, in court and in the State Legislature, to keep the illegal payments made to them by county governments. The Judicial Watch organization successfully challenged those payments made to Judges […]Continue reading
March 3, 2009Comments are closed.
Former attorney Richard I Fine has been sentenced INDEFINITELY to LA County Jail for accusing the LA County Superior Court Judges of taking illegal money from LA County. Apparently this payment has been going on for more than 20 years. According to Judge Yaffe, he is being sentenced for contempt of court–or “coercive confinement.” […]Continue reading