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.
Los Angeles, CA Witnesses who were to testify at a Small Claims Court appeal trial de novo in the Santa Monica Superior Court of California were shocked and astounded by the Kangaroo Court procedures employed by Judge Lawrence Cho in the attorney fee-dispute claim filed by Donald L. Zachary against the American Association of Women, Inc. (AAW) Featured here in a two-part
The Full Disclosure Network® is presenting an 8-minute video update covering former U. S. Prosecutor Richard I. Fine, Ph.D. who was disbarred and jailed for 18 months in solitary coercive confinement after attempting to disqualifyJudge David P. Yaffe, a Los Angeles Superior Court Judge for taking $860,000 illegally from L.A. County.
Former U.S. ProsecutorRichard I. Fine, Ph.Ddescribes the latest court battle against corruption and his campaign to regain his license to practice law.
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.
This is a preview from the second half of a one-hour expose entitled "Judicial Revenge" and The Private Attorney General against former Richard I. Fine" who without being charged with a crime or convicted was held in L A County Men's Central Jail.
Los Angeles, CA. Watch this 7 minute video news update report featuring Mary Tiedeman ACLU Jail Project Coordinator Peter Eliasberg ACLU Managing Attorney Richard I. Fine by collect telephone call from his jail cell