State Superior Court Judges
November 13, 2013No Comments
Preview of Segment 1: Segment #1 Judicial Watch Monitoring Judicial Integrity Judicial Watch Attorneys Paul Orfanedes and Sterling “Ernie” Norris, describe their mission to “open up” government by using FOIA (Freedom of Information Act.) requests. They discuss the Sturgeon v County of L.A. lawsuit they won against the County of Los Angeles who had […]Continue reading
June 19, 2011Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA The Full Disclosure Network®, known as “the news behind the news” presents the following three-part series covering details and actual documents involved in the Housing and Urban Development (HUD) attempt to recall a HUD application that was submitted in a request for a $125 million loan guarantee approved by their Los Angeles office. Submitters […]Continue reading
March 6, 201114 Comments
Los Angeles, CA In an 8 minute video news report former U.S. Prosecutor Richard Fine describes his strategy for returning integrity to the California Court system and the reasons why State Superior Court Judges cannot sit on cases where they have received money from parties who appear before them. At a hearing on March 10, 2011 […]Continue reading
July 20, 2009Comments are closed.
Los Angeles, CA. On July 13, 2009 a Superior Court hearing was held on the Judicial Watch motion for Injunctive Relief in the Sturgeon vs County of Los Angeles case BC351286, a taxpayers lawsuit where in October 2008, the Fourth Appellate Court District decision found of Los Angeles County payments to the Judges of the Los Angeles Superior Court were […]Continue reading
July 6, 2009One Comment
Los Angeles, CA. Prominent former Attorney Richard I Fine, made a second 9-1-1 call from his cell in the Los Angeles County Central Men’s Jail to the Full Disclosure Network® raising alarming issues regarding the ethics and procedures of the U. S. Central District Court in California. Having spent the last four months in solitary confinement, Richard Fine has […]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