March 4, 20143 Comments
Program Preview: 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 […]Continue reading
February 25, 2014Comments are closed.
Program Preview: Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director for Judicial Watch, states that Judicial Watch has established the framing all kinds of laws regarding the Freedom of Information Act. Orfanedes cites the Sturgeon II vs. LA County case, regarding judges receiving double benefits above and beyond their salaries from LA County Supervisors. He notes that the California […]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