• California Legislature Hires Former Attorney General Eric Holder For Legal Counsel

    Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon says the move to bring in Holder for $25,000 a month isn't an overreaction, but a response to what Donald Trump said during the election season and the president-elect's cabinet choices.

    published: 05 Jan 2017
  • Trucking accident attorney for Sacramento legal counsel

    Have you suffered injuries in a car, motorcycle or truck accident? Find a personal injury and trucking accident attorney in Sacramento. Simply visit our legal directory to find profiles of highly qualified law firms. Even get trucking accident safety and attorney info. A crash can leave you suffering injuries- find counsel you can trust. Get a free case evaluation at our site.

    published: 03 Mar 2009
  • Pink P##SY Hats, PRIDE and a PREACHER- Sacramento California

    "Keep not thou silence, O God...For, lo, thine ENEMIES make a TUMULT: and they that hate thee have lifted up the head. They have taken crafty counsel against thy people, and consulted against thy hidden ones. They have said, Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation; that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance. For they have consulted together with ONE CONSENT: they are CONFEDERATE against thee"- Psalm 83

    published: 22 Jan 2017
  • CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento August 16, 2017

    1. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(a) to discuss the employment of a new Executive Director (CEO) 2. Closed Session Pertaining to Litigation The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(A) to confer with counsel with Chair Richard. - SunnyGem LLC v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2017-80002538) - John Tos; Town of Atherton; County of Kings; Morris Brown; Patricia Louise Hogan-Giorni; Anthony Wynne, Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail, TRANSDEF; California Rail Foundation v. California High-Speed Rail Authority (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2016- 00204740) -...

    published: 23 Aug 2017
  • CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento November 15, 2017

    1. Consider Approving the Board Meeting Minutes from the October 19, 2017 Board Meeting 2. Consider Awarding a Contract for Early Train Operator Services 3. Construction Update 4. Update on Application for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Assignment 5. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(a) to discuss the employment of a new Executive Director (CEO) 6. Closed Session Pertaining to Litigation The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(A) to confer with counsel with regard to the following litigation: - John Tos; Quentin Kopp; Town of Atherton; County of Kings; Patricia Louise Hogan-Giorni; Anthony Wynne...

    published: 27 Nov 2017
  • Sacramento Rapper Knows His Rights At A DUI Checkpoint (Cop Threatens To Break Window)

    Sacramento Rapper E.klips Da Hustla Gets Stopped At A DUI Checkpoint In Sacramento California & Owns Cop That Threatens To Break His Window

    published: 10 Aug 2017
  • Chattanooga Councilwoman Pulled Over; Demands Officer Call Police Chief

    Buy yourself a dashcam... on sale now http://amzn.to/2Adv8qs Chattanooga City Councilwoman Demetrus Coonrod demaded officers contact the police chief after the car she was riding in was pulled over on June 24th 2017. The driver of the vehicle, Anthony Gladden was pulled over in Coonrod's car. Gladden did not have a valid license at the time and Councilwoman Coonrod didn't have proof of insurance. The officer allowed the vehicle occupants to switch seats and Gladden was cited for driving without a license and Councilwoman Coonrod for not having insurance. The police chief at the time Fred Fletcher wrote in a statement, "I am very proud of the professional way a young officer responded to a difficult and intimidating situation. I am certain newly elected CW Coonrod appreciates now th...

    published: 17 Jul 2017
  • LIVE: Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies at Oversight Hearing

    Brought to you by Desert Diamond: http://ddcaz.com Sharing a mix of breaking news, Arizona stories, engaging discussions, and popular culture.

    published: 14 Nov 2017
  • CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento September 19, 2017

    1. Consider Approving the Board Meeting Minutes from the August 16, 2017 Board Meeting 2. Consider Augmenting the Contingency Fund for the Construction Package 1 Design-Build Contract 3. Consider Amending the Environmental and Engineering Contract for the San Francisco to San Jose and San Jose to Merced Project Sections with HNTB 4. Consider Amending the Environmental and Engineering Contract for the Central Valley Wye with Parsons Transportation Group 5. Consider Approving the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Audit Plan and Acknowledging the Internal Quality Assurance Self-Assessment for Fiscal Year 2016-17 6. Presentation of Finance & Audit Committee Reports 7. 2018 Business Plan Discussion 8. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet...

    published: 21 Sep 2017
  • CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento July 18, 2017

    Due to audio issues at the facility where this meeting was held, some comments and other portions of this meeting can not be heard. We apologize for these technical difficulties. 1. Consider Approving the Board Meeting Minutes from the June 14, 2017 Board Meeting 2. Consider Amending the Project and Construction Management Contract for Construction Package 1 3. Construction Update 4. Presentation on the Economic Impact of High-Speed Rail 5. Update on Request for Assignment of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Responsibilities 6. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(a) to discuss the employment of a new Executive Director (CEO) 7. Closed Session Pertain...

    published: 25 Jul 2017
  • Sacramento NLG Day of Action Against Trump Administration

    FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, February 17, 2017 National Lawyers Guild Legal Community 'Day of Action' Against Trump Administration Set Friday Across U.S. Including at Sacramento Federal Courthouse SACRAMENTO, Ca. – The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) – including the Sacramento Chapter – is sponsoring a day of action for the legal community Friday/Feb. 17 to express solidarity with the growing movements against the Donald Trump Administration and its white supremacist agenda. The Sacramento NLG is holding an event at 12:15 p.m. FRIDAY/Feb. 17 at the Robert Matsui Federal Courthouse (501 I Street), joining lawyers, legal workers, law students, and law professors in front of courthouses across the country – from New York and Boston to San Francisco and Los Angeles – in coordination w...

    published: 19 Feb 2017
  • Andrew Pugno, General Counsel for ProtectMarriage.com talks about SCOTUS Prop 8 Hearing

    Newsmaker Interview: Andrew Pugno, co-author of Proposition 8 and general counsel for Protect Marriage.com. talks about the legal case he is helping to present to the U.S. Supreme Court.

    published: 23 Mar 2013
  • Family Court Corruption Protest - California Supreme Court - Judicial Council of California

    Sacramento Family Court reform advocate Robert Saunders leads a protest at the William Ridgeway Family Relations courthouse in Sacramento, California. From the documentary Divorce Corp, featuring four family court cases from Sacramento Superior Court and designating the court as the most corrupt in the United States. As a result of an unlawful "no contact" child custody order issued against Robert Saunders by Judge Matthew Gary in 2009, Saunders has been prohibited from contacting his twin daughters, Julia and Laura. Judge Matthew Gary was subsequently ordered off the Saunders case by an outside judge for bias and misuse of contempt law against Saunders, yet he still has not been allowed to see his children. Saunders filed a complaint against the judge with the Commission on Judicial P...

    published: 06 Apr 2014
  • Judge Misconduct Sacramento Superior Court Illegal Arrest - Police Misconduct - Excessive Force

    A startling courthouse security video leaked by a government whistleblower records the illegal 2009 assault and arrest of indigent, disabled pro per litigant and family court reform activist Robert Saunders. During a March 9, 2009 court hearing, Judge Matthew Gary ordered the self-represented Saunders arrested and jailed for contempt of court. Two outside, independent judges who later reviewed the incident determined that both the contempt charge and arrest were illegal. One of the two reviewing judges also issued an order removing Gary from the case for bias and violating state contempt law. The new video leak appears to reinforce the review findings, showing Saunders sitting passively at the courtroom counsel table until a painful "control hold" is applied to his arm by a deputy sherif...

    published: 21 Aug 2014
  • DUI Attorney for Sacramento, Placer, and Surrounding Counties

    http://www.atklegal.com/criminal-defense-attorney-sacramento-county-placer-county/dui/ If you are charged with a DUI in either Sacramento County or Placer County (including Sutter, Yuba, Nevada and El Dorado Counties) YOU NEED LEGAL COUNSEL IMMEDIATELY! But beware, you don't need just any attorney, you need an attorney that knows the ins and outs of this process like he knows the back of his hand. Todd Kuhnen is a former prosecutor. And better yet, he is a former Supervisor of other prosecutors handling DUI cases. He knows where the weaknesses are in the District Attorney’s case; weaknesses that are rarely notice or exploited by other seasoned defense attorneys. If you have been arrested and charged with a DUI, you need to call the Law Office of A. Todd Kuhnen immediately! Contac...

    published: 13 Mar 2016
  • David Allen Legal Tuesday: Sleepiness and Assistance of Counsel

    David Allen reviews a case in which a criminal defendant, accused of mortgage fraud, brought a motion for a new trial following his conviction. He argued that he was denied the assistance of counsel guaranteed by the sixth amendment to the U.S. Constitution. He contended the evidence showed his defense counsel fell asleep on more than one occasion. David Allen & Associates helping injured and disabled people throughout the west for 35 years. We offer successful representation in Personal Injury, Social Security Disability and Insurance Disability claims. Visit our offices for a free initial consultation. In California: 5230 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95819 (916) 455-4800 Sherwood Executive Center 5250 Claremont Avenue Stockton, CA 95207 Phone: (209) 473-4800 1300 Clay Street, Ste....

    published: 23 May 2017
  • CWL In-House Counsel Network

    As a CWL member, In-House attorneys have the opportunity to join the exclusive CWL In-House Counsel Network.

    published: 26 May 2015
  • Vendor Contracts and Disputes - Daily General Counsel

    A vendor is someone who is selling or renting to you any of the materials, merchandise, parts, supplies, services, equipment or anything else that you need to run your business. Most of the non-payroll checks that you write are to your vendors. Problems with vendors arise all of the time in all kinds of settings; maybe the item arrived late, or was defective, or in some other way just did not meet what was promised or what you expected. This can lead to a dispute with your vendor. Most commonly, vendor disputes are the result of misunderstandings, but they are legal in nature and can have severe economic consequences. If you are withholding payment to a vendor over a dispute, and the vendor reports the nonpayment to a credit reporting agency, it can hurt your company's credit rating...

    published: 07 Aug 2013
  • Disability Retirement Law Featuring CSLEA Chief Counsel Kasey Clark

    CSLEA Chief Counsel Kasey Clark discusses disability retirment law as it pertains to CSLEA members

    published: 15 Mar 2013
  • Family Court Corruption: Racketeering and Honest Services Fraud Alleged in Sacramento County Court

    Judge Mark Ciavarella is confronted by Sandy Fonzo during his federal criminal prosecution for racketeering, deprivation of the right to honest services, and other charges. Fonzo attributes the suicide of her teenage son to Ciavarella's criminal conduct in the Luzerne County Pa., Kids for Cash scandal. Sacramento Family Court reform advocates assert that similar charges against judges, employees and the judge pro tem attorney "cartel" are warranted. The deaths of 9-year-old Matthew Hernandez and 8-month-old Ryder Salmen have been blamed on Judge Sharon Lueras. Other cases with high conflict child custody disputes, including parents Andrew Karres, Susan Ferris, and Robert Saunders involve extreme economic disparities between the parties. In all three cases, the wealthy parent has paid s...

    published: 01 Jan 2014
  • How can I prove ineffective assistance of counsel on appeal?

    Cincinnati, Ohio Criminal Appeal Lawyer

    published: 24 Dec 2014
  • Sacramento County Deputy Killed In Shooting At Ramada Inn

    Robert French, a 21-year veteran with the department, died on his way to the hospital after a shooting on Wednesday.

    published: 30 Aug 2017
  • SMUD Board meeting May 21 2015

    Public comments at the SMUD Board of Directors meeting on May 21, 2015. Subjects include Julius Knapp at the FCC, a request for the Directors to close their laptops and pay attention to the speakers, and lies about the SMUD opt out policy by one Director and the General Counsel.

    published: 31 May 2015
  • Family Court Corruption and Attorney Fee Churning Tactics from Divorce Corp - Sacramento

    The documentary film Divorce Corp includes profiles of four Sacramento Family Law Court cases, and portrays the court as the most corrupt in the United States. This clip from the movie reveals how divorce attorneys churn legal fees and drag out cases for years, and features interviews with Sacramento litigants Ulf Carlsson and Andrew Karres. Visit the Divorce Corp web page at http://www.divorcecorp.com and the Divorce Corp YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/DivorceCorp. Divorce Corp catalogs egregious examples of family court corruption throughout the United States, with California courts portrayed as the most corrupt in the country. Within California, Sacramento Family Law Court emerges as the poster child and worst-of-the-worst. Four cases from the Central Valley jurisdic...

    published: 29 May 2014
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California Legislature Hires Former Attorney General Eric Holder For Legal Counsel

California Legislature Hires Former Attorney General Eric Holder For Legal Counsel

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  • Updated: 05 Jan 2017
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Assembly Speaker Anthony Rendon says the move to bring in Holder for $25,000 a month isn't an overreaction, but a response to what Donald Trump said during the election season and the president-elect's cabinet choices.
https://wn.com/California_Legislature_Hires_Former_Attorney_General_Eric_Holder_For_Legal_Counsel
Trucking accident attorney for Sacramento legal counsel

Trucking accident attorney for Sacramento legal counsel

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  • Updated: 03 Mar 2009
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Have you suffered injuries in a car, motorcycle or truck accident? Find a personal injury and trucking accident attorney in Sacramento. Simply visit our legal directory to find profiles of highly qualified law firms. Even get trucking accident safety and attorney info. A crash can leave you suffering injuries- find counsel you can trust. Get a free case evaluation at our site.
https://wn.com/Trucking_Accident_Attorney_For_Sacramento_Legal_Counsel
Pink P##SY Hats, PRIDE and a PREACHER- Sacramento California

Pink P##SY Hats, PRIDE and a PREACHER- Sacramento California

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  • Updated: 22 Jan 2017
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"Keep not thou silence, O God...For, lo, thine ENEMIES make a TUMULT: and they that hate thee have lifted up the head. They have taken crafty counsel against thy people, and consulted against thy hidden ones. They have said, Come, and let us cut them off from being a nation; that the name of Israel may be no more in remembrance. For they have consulted together with ONE CONSENT: they are CONFEDERATE against thee"- Psalm 83
https://wn.com/Pink_P_Sy_Hats,_Pride_And_A_Preacher_Sacramento_California
CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento August 16, 2017

CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento August 16, 2017

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  • Updated: 23 Aug 2017
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1. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(a) to discuss the employment of a new Executive Director (CEO) 2. Closed Session Pertaining to Litigation The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(A) to confer with counsel with Chair Richard. - SunnyGem LLC v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2017-80002538) - John Tos; Town of Atherton; County of Kings; Morris Brown; Patricia Louise Hogan-Giorni; Anthony Wynne, Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail, TRANSDEF; California Rail Foundation v. California High-Speed Rail Authority (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2016- 00204740) - Kings County; Kings County Farm Bureau; California Citizens for High-Speed Rail Accountability; Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail; California Rail Foundation; TRANSDEF v. Surface Transportation Board; CHSRA Intervenor (United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Case No. 15-71780) - County of Kings v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001861) - First Free Baptist Church of Bakersfield v. California HighSpeed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001864) - City of Shafter v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001908) The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(B)(i);11126(a)(1). 3. Consider Approving the Board Meeting Minutes from the July 18, 2017 Board Meeting 4. Consider Amending the Project and Construction Management Contract for Construction Package 1 * “A” denotes an “Action” item; “I” denotes an “Information” item; “C” denotes “consent” item.
https://wn.com/Cahsra_Board_Meeting,_Sacramento_August_16,_2017
CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento November 15, 2017

CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento November 15, 2017

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  • Updated: 27 Nov 2017
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1. Consider Approving the Board Meeting Minutes from the October 19, 2017 Board Meeting 2. Consider Awarding a Contract for Early Train Operator Services 3. Construction Update 4. Update on Application for National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Assignment 5. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(a) to discuss the employment of a new Executive Director (CEO) 6. Closed Session Pertaining to Litigation The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(A) to confer with counsel with regard to the following litigation: - John Tos; Quentin Kopp; Town of Atherton; County of Kings; Patricia Louise Hogan-Giorni; Anthony Wynne, Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail, TRANSDEF; California Rail Foundation v. California High-Speed Rail Authority (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2016- 00204740) - County of Kings v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001861) - First Free Baptist Church of Bakersfield v. California HighSpeed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001864) - City of Shafter v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001908) The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(B)(i);11126(a)(1). * Agenda Item #3 was amended from “Consider Releasing a Request for Qualifications to Re-Procure Project and Construction Management Services for Construction Package 1” to “Consider Releasing a Request for Qualifications to Re-Procure Project and Construction Management Services (PCM) for Construction Package 1 or Extending the Existing PCM Contract.”
https://wn.com/Cahsra_Board_Meeting,_Sacramento_November_15,_2017
Sacramento Rapper Knows His Rights At A DUI Checkpoint (Cop Threatens To Break Window)

Sacramento Rapper Knows His Rights At A DUI Checkpoint (Cop Threatens To Break Window)

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  • Updated: 10 Aug 2017
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Sacramento Rapper E.klips Da Hustla Gets Stopped At A DUI Checkpoint In Sacramento California & Owns Cop That Threatens To Break His Window
https://wn.com/Sacramento_Rapper_Knows_His_Rights_At_A_Dui_Checkpoint_(Cop_Threatens_To_Break_Window)
Chattanooga Councilwoman Pulled Over; Demands Officer Call Police Chief

Chattanooga Councilwoman Pulled Over; Demands Officer Call Police Chief

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  • Updated: 17 Jul 2017
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Buy yourself a dashcam... on sale now http://amzn.to/2Adv8qs Chattanooga City Councilwoman Demetrus Coonrod demaded officers contact the police chief after the car she was riding in was pulled over on June 24th 2017. The driver of the vehicle, Anthony Gladden was pulled over in Coonrod's car. Gladden did not have a valid license at the time and Councilwoman Coonrod didn't have proof of insurance. The officer allowed the vehicle occupants to switch seats and Gladden was cited for driving without a license and Councilwoman Coonrod for not having insurance. The police chief at the time Fred Fletcher wrote in a statement, "I am very proud of the professional way a young officer responded to a difficult and intimidating situation. I am certain newly elected CW Coonrod appreciates now that it is inappropriate to attempt to skip six levels of supervision/command and how this made an officer's difficult job even more difficult." Councilwoman Coonrod stated, ""I was not aware that Mr. Gladden did not have his license or I would not have asked him to drive me home that evening. Once the officer instructed me to switch and drive the vehicle home myself, I promptly complied, I felt that the officer did not give me a proper opportunity to show my insurance and it was appropriate to notify the department administration in case proper procedure was not being followed. Even though I hold elected office, I expect to be treated like all other Chattanoogans."
https://wn.com/Chattanooga_Councilwoman_Pulled_Over_Demands_Officer_Call_Police_Chief
LIVE: Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies at Oversight Hearing

LIVE: Attorney General Jeff Sessions testifies at Oversight Hearing

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  • Duration: 0:00
  • Updated: 14 Nov 2017
  • views: 666
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Brought to you by Desert Diamond: http://ddcaz.com Sharing a mix of breaking news, Arizona stories, engaging discussions, and popular culture.
https://wn.com/Live_Attorney_General_Jeff_Sessions_Testifies_At_Oversight_Hearing
CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento September 19, 2017

CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento September 19, 2017

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  • Updated: 21 Sep 2017
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1. Consider Approving the Board Meeting Minutes from the August 16, 2017 Board Meeting 2. Consider Augmenting the Contingency Fund for the Construction Package 1 Design-Build Contract 3. Consider Amending the Environmental and Engineering Contract for the San Francisco to San Jose and San Jose to Merced Project Sections with HNTB 4. Consider Amending the Environmental and Engineering Contract for the Central Valley Wye with Parsons Transportation Group 5. Consider Approving the Fiscal Year 2017-18 Audit Plan and Acknowledging the Internal Quality Assurance Self-Assessment for Fiscal Year 2016-17 6. Presentation of Finance & Audit Committee Reports 7. 2018 Business Plan Discussion 8. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(a) to discuss the employment of a new Executive Director (CEO) 9. Closed Session Pertaining to Litigation The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(A) to confer with counsel with regard to the following litigation: - SunnyGem LLC v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2017-80002538) - John Tos; Town of Atherton; County of Kings; Morris Brown; Patricia Louise Hogan-Giorni; Anthony Wynne, Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail, TRANSDEF; California Rail Foundation v. California High-Speed Rail Authority (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2016- 00204740) - Kings County; Kings County Farm Bureau; California Citizens for High-Speed Rail Accountability; Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail; California Rail Foundation; TRANSDEF v. Surface Transportation Board; CHSRA Intervenor (United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Case No. 15-71780) - County of Kings v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001861) - First Free Baptist Church of Bakersfield v. California HighSpeed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001864) - City of Shafter v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001908) The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(B)(i);11126(a)(1).
https://wn.com/Cahsra_Board_Meeting,_Sacramento_September_19,_2017
CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento July 18, 2017

CAHSRA Board Meeting, Sacramento July 18, 2017

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  • Updated: 25 Jul 2017
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Due to audio issues at the facility where this meeting was held, some comments and other portions of this meeting can not be heard. We apologize for these technical difficulties. 1. Consider Approving the Board Meeting Minutes from the June 14, 2017 Board Meeting 2. Consider Amending the Project and Construction Management Contract for Construction Package 1 3. Construction Update 4. Presentation on the Economic Impact of High-Speed Rail 5. Update on Request for Assignment of National Environmental Policy Act (NEPA) Responsibilities 6. Closed Session Pertaining to Employment of an Executive Director (CEO) The Authority Board will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(a) to discuss the employment of a new Executive Director (CEO) 7. Closed Session Pertaining to Litigation The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(A) to confer with counsel with regard to the following litigation: - SunnyGem LLC v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2017-80002538) - John Tos; Town of Atherton; County of Kings; Morris Brown; Patricia Louise Hogan-Giorni; Anthony Wynne, Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail, TRANSDEF; California Rail Foundation v. California High-Speed Rail Authority (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2016- 00204740) - Kings County; Kings County Farm Bureau; California Citizens for High-Speed Rail Accountability; Community Coalition on High-Speed Rail; California Rail Foundation; TRANSDEF v. Surface Transportation Board; CHSRA Intervenor (United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit Case No. 15-71780) - County of Kings v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001861) - First Free Baptist Church of Bakersfield v. California HighSpeed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001864) - City of Shafter v. California High-Speed Rail Authority; (Sacramento Superior Court Case No. 34-2014-80001908) The Authority will meet in closed session pursuant to Government Code section 11126(e)(1)&(2)(B)(i);11126(a)(1).
https://wn.com/Cahsra_Board_Meeting,_Sacramento_July_18,_2017
Sacramento NLG Day of Action Against Trump Administration

Sacramento NLG Day of Action Against Trump Administration

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  • Updated: 19 Feb 2017
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FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Friday, February 17, 2017 National Lawyers Guild Legal Community 'Day of Action' Against Trump Administration Set Friday Across U.S. Including at Sacramento Federal Courthouse SACRAMENTO, Ca. – The National Lawyers Guild (NLG) – including the Sacramento Chapter – is sponsoring a day of action for the legal community Friday/Feb. 17 to express solidarity with the growing movements against the Donald Trump Administration and its white supremacist agenda. The Sacramento NLG is holding an event at 12:15 p.m. FRIDAY/Feb. 17 at the Robert Matsui Federal Courthouse (501 I Street), joining lawyers, legal workers, law students, and law professors in front of courthouses across the country – from New York and Boston to San Francisco and Los Angeles – in coordination with the nationwide #GeneralStrike. “We are facing unprecedented attacks on our most fundamental human rights and are seeing the unfolding of authoritarianism before our eyes. The legal community has no choice but to show up, to defend our communities and to fight back by holding our institutions accountable,” said NLG President and Latino Justice PRLDEF Associate Counsel Natasha Lycia Ora Bannan. "In the three weeks since Donald Trump has taken office, we have seen a flurry of executive orders targeting immigrants and intensifying law enforcement; racist, unqualified millionaires appointed to the nation’s highest positions; assaults on the press, and 'alternative facts' presented as truth. However, we have also witnessed communities engaging in profound organizing and direct action—from the streets to airports and schools—to reject the current administration and disrupt business as usual. On February 17, we’re taking the resistance to courthouses. “It is crucial for the legal community to come together to provide support for resistance movements against the current administration. We must fight back against the legitimization of racial and religious bigotry, xenophobia, Islamophobia and misogyny that violate the core principles of democracy,” said NLG Executive Director Pooja Gehi. A total of 25 legal organizations are participating in the event as cosponsors, representing diverse fields including immigration, racial justice, mass incarceration, LGBTQIA rights, and civil liberties and human rights. #LawStrikesBack actions have been planned at courthouses in more than a dozen cities. -end- The National Lawyers Guild, whose membership includes lawyers, legal workers, jailhouse lawyers, and law students, was formed in 1937 as the United States’ first racially-integrated bar association to advocate for the protection of constitutional, human and civil rights.
https://wn.com/Sacramento_Nlg_Day_Of_Action_Against_Trump_Administration
Andrew Pugno, General Counsel for ProtectMarriage.com talks about SCOTUS Prop 8 Hearing

Andrew Pugno, General Counsel for ProtectMarriage.com talks about SCOTUS Prop 8 Hearing

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  • Updated: 23 Mar 2013
  • views: 1114
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Newsmaker Interview: Andrew Pugno, co-author of Proposition 8 and general counsel for Protect Marriage.com. talks about the legal case he is helping to present to the U.S. Supreme Court.
https://wn.com/Andrew_Pugno,_General_Counsel_For_Protectmarriage.Com_Talks_About_Scotus_Prop_8_Hearing
Family Court Corruption Protest - California Supreme Court - Judicial Council of California

Family Court Corruption Protest - California Supreme Court - Judicial Council of California

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  • Duration: 1:23
  • Updated: 06 Apr 2014
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Sacramento Family Court reform advocate Robert Saunders leads a protest at the William Ridgeway Family Relations courthouse in Sacramento, California. From the documentary Divorce Corp, featuring four family court cases from Sacramento Superior Court and designating the court as the most corrupt in the United States. As a result of an unlawful "no contact" child custody order issued against Robert Saunders by Judge Matthew Gary in 2009, Saunders has been prohibited from contacting his twin daughters, Julia and Laura. Judge Matthew Gary was subsequently ordered off the Saunders case by an outside judge for bias and misuse of contempt law against Saunders, yet he still has not been allowed to see his children. Saunders filed a complaint against the judge with the Commission on Judicial Performance, the state agency responsible for oversight and accountability of California judges. The CJP, run by Director and Chief Counsel Victoria Henley, dismissed Sanders' complaint and took no action against Gary. For Sacramento Family Court News coverage of Judge Matthew Gary's misconduct against Saunders: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com/2012/04/Hon-Matthew-J-Gary-disqualification-judicial-misconduct-contempt-Hon-Xapuri-B-Villapudua-judges-pro-per-Robert-Saunders-pro-se-Sacramento-Family-Court-Sacramento-County-Superior-Court-Family-Court-Accountability-Coalition.html In November, 2013, Sacramento Superior Court Judge Thadd Blizzard authorized an illegal, out-of-state child abduction by April Berger, the mother of Saunders' children. While under a temporary custody order, Berger relocated the children to Hawaii without a final custody determination and without prior court permission as required by law. At the request of divorce attorney Richard Sokol, who also serves as a temporary judge in the same court, Blizzard after-the-fact approved the unlawful out-of-state transfer. Child abduction is prohibited by California Penal Code section 278.5, and under § 278.5(c) a custody order obtained after-the-fact does not constitute a defense to the crime. For Sacramento Family Court News coverage of the Blizzard ruling - including a leaked court reporter transcript from the hearing - visit this link: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com/2014/01/Judge-Thadd-Blizzard-Authorizes-Illegal-Child-Abduction-and-Out-of-State-Move-Away-for-Sacramento-Superior-Court-Judge-Pro-Tem-Attorney-Richard-Sokol-Sacramento-County-Bar-Association-Family-Law-Section-Member-Judge-Misconduct-Code-of-Judicial-Ethics.html The 2014-2015 Sacramento County Superior Court Presiding Judge is the Hon. Robert C. Hight. Current and former Sacramento Family Court Judges include: Judge James M.Mize, Judge Bunmi O. Awoniyi, Judge Tami R. Bogert, Judge Steven M. Gevercer, Judge Thadd A. Blizzard, Judge Matthew J. Gary, Judge Sharon A. Lueras, Judge Eugene L. Balonon, and Judge Tani Cantil-Sakauye. California Judicial Branch oversight and accountability is the responsibility of Commission on Judicial Performance Director Victoria B. Henley, California State Auditor Elaine M. Howle, Judicial Council Director Steven E. Jahr, Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, State Bar of California Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim, 3rd District Court of Appeal Justice Vance Raye, and U.S. Attorneys Benjamin B. Wagner and Melinda L. Haag. The officers of the Sacramento County Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee are Elaine V. Van Beveren, Fredrick S. Cohen, Paula D. Salinger, and Gregory W. Dwyer. Sacramento Superior Court whistleblowers allege that Sacramento Federal Court judges individually and collectively are responsible for helping conceal systemic civil rights violations, honest services fraud, and RICO racketeering by Sacramento County state court family law judges and judge pro tem attorneys against indigent, financially disadvantaged and disabled pro per litigants. The 2014 documentary film Divorce Corp exposed corruption in family courts throughout the United States, and designated Sacramento County as one of the most corrupt in the country. Sacramento court reform advocates charge and have documented that, for over 10 years, the EDCA has obstructed, impeded, and dismissed federal civil rights litigation against the RICO enterprise conspirators. US District Court Eastern District of California judges: Judge William B. Shubb, Judge Edmund F. Brennan, Judge Garland E. Burrell Jr, Judge Carolyn K. Delaney, Judge Morrison C. England Jr, Judge Gregory G. Hollows, Judge John A. Mendez, Judge Kendall J. Newman, Judge Troy L. Nunley, Judge Allison Claire, Judge Dale A. Drozd, Judge Lawrence K. Karlton, and Judge Kimberly J. Mueller.
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Judge Misconduct Sacramento Superior Court Illegal Arrest - Police Misconduct - Excessive Force

Judge Misconduct Sacramento Superior Court Illegal Arrest - Police Misconduct - Excessive Force

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A startling courthouse security video leaked by a government whistleblower records the illegal 2009 assault and arrest of indigent, disabled pro per litigant and family court reform activist Robert Saunders. During a March 9, 2009 court hearing, Judge Matthew Gary ordered the self-represented Saunders arrested and jailed for contempt of court. Two outside, independent judges who later reviewed the incident determined that both the contempt charge and arrest were illegal. One of the two reviewing judges also issued an order removing Gary from the case for bias and violating state contempt law. The new video leak appears to reinforce the review findings, showing Saunders sitting passively at the courtroom counsel table until a painful "control hold" is applied to his arm by a deputy sheriff. When Saunders reacts to the pain, a wrestling match ensues until additional deputies arrive to subdue and apply handcuffs to the illegally arrested victim. The pro per is then shuffled off to the county jail through a rear exit in the courtroom. Saunders is 5' 8" tall, weighs 162 pounds, relies on a cane to walk, and, at the time of the arrest, was 57-years-old, according to the police report from the incident. Judge Matthew J. Gary has a long, documented history of bias and abuse of authority against financially disadvantaged litigants who cannot afford an attorney and are forced to represent themselves in court. A right-wing ideologue, Gary also reportedly despises what he refers to as the "entitlement mentality" of indigent court users who obtain fee waiver orders, which allow them to file court documents without paying filing fees. Most pro per litigants rely on fee waivers to ensure their access to the court. The California Commission on Judicial Performance and Director Victoria B. Henley have not disciplined or otherwise held Gary accountable for the misconduct against Saunders. The illegal arrest was witnessed by attorneys Richard Sokol (left foreground), and Elaine Van Beveren (off camera). Both attorneys also serve as temporary judges in the same court and under California law were required to report the misconduct by Judge Gary. Neither attorney reported the misconduct, and in subsequent proceedings in the same case before a different judge lied about the incident, portraying Saunders as being at fault. The State Bar of California and Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim have not disciplined or otherwise held either attorney accountable for the violations of state law. For the complete story with additional supporting documentation and court records visit this URL at Sacramento Family Court News: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com/2012/04/Hon-Matthew-J-Gary-disqualification-judicial-misconduct-contempt-Hon-Xapuri-B-Villapudua-judges-pro-per-Robert-Saunders-pro-se-Sacramento-Family-Court-Sacramento-County-Superior-Court-Family-Court-Accountability-Coalition.html Sacramento Family Court News homepage: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com California Judicial Branch News Network: http://cjbnn.com California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye is a former Sacramento Family Court judge. California Judicial Branch oversight and accountability is the responsibility of Commission on Judicial Performance Director Victoria B. Henley, California State Auditor Elaine M. Howle, Judicial Council Director Steven E. Jahr, Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, 3rd District Court of Appeal Justice Vance Raye, State Bar of California Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim, and U.S. Attorneys Benjamin B. Wagner and Melinda L. Haag. The officers of the Sacramento County Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee are Elaine V. Van Beveren, Fredrick S. Cohen, Paula D. Salinger, and Gregory W. Dwyer. Sacramento Superior Court whistleblowers also assert that federal judges at the US District Court for the Eastern District of California are collectively responsible for the concealment of systemic civil rights violations, honest services fraud, and RICO racketeering by Sacramento Superior Court family law judges and judge pro tem attorneys against indigent, financially disadvantaged and disabled pro per litigants. For more than 10 years, USDC EDCA judges have obstructed, impeded, and dismissed federal civil rights litigation against the RICO enterprise members. EDCA judges include Chief Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., a former Sacramento Superior Court judge; Senior Judge Garland E. Burrell, Jr.; Judge John A. Mendez, a former Sacramento Superior Court judge; Judge Troy L. Nunley, a former Sacramento Superior Court judge; Senior Judge William B. Shubb; Chief Magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd, Judge Edmund F. Brennan; Judge Carolyn K. Delaney; Judge Gregory G. Hollows; Judge Kimberly J. Mueller; and Judge Kendall J. Newman.
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DUI Attorney for Sacramento, Placer, and Surrounding Counties

DUI Attorney for Sacramento, Placer, and Surrounding Counties

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http://www.atklegal.com/criminal-defense-attorney-sacramento-county-placer-county/dui/ If you are charged with a DUI in either Sacramento County or Placer County (including Sutter, Yuba, Nevada and El Dorado Counties) YOU NEED LEGAL COUNSEL IMMEDIATELY! But beware, you don't need just any attorney, you need an attorney that knows the ins and outs of this process like he knows the back of his hand. Todd Kuhnen is a former prosecutor. And better yet, he is a former Supervisor of other prosecutors handling DUI cases. He knows where the weaknesses are in the District Attorney’s case; weaknesses that are rarely notice or exploited by other seasoned defense attorneys. If you have been arrested and charged with a DUI, you need to call the Law Office of A. Todd Kuhnen immediately! Contact our office now to set up your free consultation! (916) 724-5333 or Todd@ATKLegal.com
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David Allen Legal Tuesday: Sleepiness and Assistance of Counsel

David Allen Legal Tuesday: Sleepiness and Assistance of Counsel

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  • Updated: 23 May 2017
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David Allen reviews a case in which a criminal defendant, accused of mortgage fraud, brought a motion for a new trial following his conviction. He argued that he was denied the assistance of counsel guaranteed by the sixth amendment to the U.S. Constitution. He contended the evidence showed his defense counsel fell asleep on more than one occasion. David Allen & Associates helping injured and disabled people throughout the west for 35 years. We offer successful representation in Personal Injury, Social Security Disability and Insurance Disability claims. Visit our offices for a free initial consultation. In California: 5230 Folsom Blvd. Sacramento, CA 95819 (916) 455-4800 Sherwood Executive Center 5250 Claremont Avenue Stockton, CA 95207 Phone: (209) 473-4800 1300 Clay Street, Ste. 600 Oakland, CA 94612 (510) 663-4600 Fremont Office Center 3900 Newpark Mall Dr. 3rd Floor Newark, CA 94560 (510) 663-4600 In Nevada: 200 S. Virginia St. Wells Fargo Building Reno, NV 89501 (775) 786-1020 Call us Toll Free (877) 876-4800 www.DavidAllenLaw.com www.legalvideoblog.com
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CWL In-House Counsel Network

CWL In-House Counsel Network

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  • Updated: 26 May 2015
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As a CWL member, In-House attorneys have the opportunity to join the exclusive CWL In-House Counsel Network.
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Vendor Contracts and Disputes - Daily General Counsel

Vendor Contracts and Disputes - Daily General Counsel

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A vendor is someone who is selling or renting to you any of the materials, merchandise, parts, supplies, services, equipment or anything else that you need to run your business. Most of the non-payroll checks that you write are to your vendors. Problems with vendors arise all of the time in all kinds of settings; maybe the item arrived late, or was defective, or in some other way just did not meet what was promised or what you expected. This can lead to a dispute with your vendor. Most commonly, vendor disputes are the result of misunderstandings, but they are legal in nature and can have severe economic consequences. If you are withholding payment to a vendor over a dispute, and the vendor reports the nonpayment to a credit reporting agency, it can hurt your company's credit rating. Small businesses cannot afford to spend time and energy on vendor disputes. When a vendor presents you with a contract to sign, a small business lawyer from DailyGC™ will work with you to clarify terms, protect your rights and minimize the likelihood of a dispute. And if you have a dispute with a vendor, we will review it with you, evaluate the strengths and weaknesses of your position, and advise you on a productive course for resolving it quickly. We'll also show you ways to avoid vendor disputes in the future.
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Disability Retirement Law Featuring CSLEA Chief Counsel Kasey Clark

Disability Retirement Law Featuring CSLEA Chief Counsel Kasey Clark

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  • Updated: 15 Mar 2013
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CSLEA Chief Counsel Kasey Clark discusses disability retirment law as it pertains to CSLEA members
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Family Court Corruption: Racketeering and Honest Services Fraud Alleged in Sacramento County Court

Family Court Corruption: Racketeering and Honest Services Fraud Alleged in Sacramento County Court

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Judge Mark Ciavarella is confronted by Sandy Fonzo during his federal criminal prosecution for racketeering, deprivation of the right to honest services, and other charges. Fonzo attributes the suicide of her teenage son to Ciavarella's criminal conduct in the Luzerne County Pa., Kids for Cash scandal. Sacramento Family Court reform advocates assert that similar charges against judges, employees and the judge pro tem attorney "cartel" are warranted. The deaths of 9-year-old Matthew Hernandez and 8-month-old Ryder Salmen have been blamed on Judge Sharon Lueras. Other cases with high conflict child custody disputes, including parents Andrew Karres, Susan Ferris, and Robert Saunders involve extreme economic disparities between the parties. In all three cases, the wealthy parent has paid significant sums to effectively terminate the parental rights of the economically weaker parent. In all three, the wealthy parent is represented by a judge pro tem attorney or firm. Court watchdogs assert that these, and similar cases show the court operates its own version of the Pennsylvania Kids for Cash system, and deprives the public of the federally protected right to honest government services. Sacramento County Superior Court judges include Robert C. Hight, Laurie M. Earl, James M. Mize, Peter J. McBrien, Matthew J. Gary, Jaime R. Roman, Sharon A. Lueras, Bunmi O. Awoniyi, Steven M. Gevercer, Thadd A. Blizzard, Tami R. Bogert, Keven J. McCormick, and Kevin R. Culhane. California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye is a former Sacramento Family Court judge. California Judicial Branch oversight and accountability is the responsibility of Commission on Judicial Performance Director Victoria B. Henley, California State Auditor Elaine M. Howle, Judicial Council Director Steven E. Jahr, Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, State Bar of California Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim, 3rd District Court of Appeal Justice Vance Raye, and U.S. Attorneys Benjamin B. Wagner and Melinda L. Haag. The officers of the Sacramento County Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee are Elaine V. Van Beveren, Fredrick S. Cohen, Paula D. Salinger, and Gregory W. Dwyer. For the complete RoadDog satire article associated with this video, visit this link at Sacramento Family Court News: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com/2014/01/Sacramento-Family-Court-Judges-Accused-Of-Honest-Services-Fraud-Racketeering-and-Conspiracy-Employees-Judge-Pro-Tems-also-Implicated-Sacramento-County-Superior-Court.html For complete coverage of Sacramento Family Court, visit Sacramento Family Court News: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com Sacramento Superior Court whistleblowers allege that Sacramento Federal Court judges individually and collectively are responsible for helping conceal systemic civil rights violations, honest services fraud, and RICO racketeering by Sacramento County state court family law judges and judge pro tem attorneys against indigent, financially disadvantaged and disabled pro per litigants. The 2014 documentary film Divorce Corp exposed corruption in family courts throughout the United States, and designated Sacramento County as one of the most corrupt in the country. US District Court Eastern District of California judges: Judge William B. Shubb, Judge Edmund F. Brennan, Judge Garland E. Burrell Jr, Judge Carolyn K. Delaney, Judge Morrison C. England Jr, Judge Gregory G. Hollows, Judge John A. Mendez, Judge Kendall J. Newman, Judge Troy L. Nunley, Judge Allison Claire, Judge Dale A. Drozd, Judge Lawrence K. Karlton, and Judge Kimberly J. Mueller.
https://wn.com/Family_Court_Corruption_Racketeering_And_Honest_Services_Fraud_Alleged_In_Sacramento_County_Court
How can I prove ineffective assistance of counsel on appeal?

How can I prove ineffective assistance of counsel on appeal?

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  • Updated: 24 Dec 2014
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Sacramento County Deputy Killed In Shooting At Ramada Inn

Sacramento County Deputy Killed In Shooting At Ramada Inn

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  • Updated: 30 Aug 2017
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Robert French, a 21-year veteran with the department, died on his way to the hospital after a shooting on Wednesday.
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SMUD Board meeting May 21 2015

SMUD Board meeting May 21 2015

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Public comments at the SMUD Board of Directors meeting on May 21, 2015. Subjects include Julius Knapp at the FCC, a request for the Directors to close their laptops and pay attention to the speakers, and lies about the SMUD opt out policy by one Director and the General Counsel.
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Family Court Corruption and Attorney Fee Churning Tactics from Divorce Corp - Sacramento

Family Court Corruption and Attorney Fee Churning Tactics from Divorce Corp - Sacramento

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  • Updated: 29 May 2014
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The documentary film Divorce Corp includes profiles of four Sacramento Family Law Court cases, and portrays the court as the most corrupt in the United States. This clip from the movie reveals how divorce attorneys churn legal fees and drag out cases for years, and features interviews with Sacramento litigants Ulf Carlsson and Andrew Karres. Visit the Divorce Corp web page at http://www.divorcecorp.com and the Divorce Corp YouTube Channel at https://www.youtube.com/user/DivorceCorp. Divorce Corp catalogs egregious examples of family court corruption throughout the United States, with California courts portrayed as the most corrupt in the country. Within California, Sacramento Family Law Court emerges as the poster child and worst-of-the-worst. Four cases from the Central Valley jurisdiction get screen time in the movie, and the namesake of the notorious Ulf Carlsson case gets a starring role. Carlsson's unsettling story, including the near-sociopathic retaliation against him by Judge Peter McBrien is recounted in this startling Divorce Corp video clip, posted at YouTube: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=oO3OLaz_uFA&feature=share&list=PLrSm4-raJZ05fYHoRGgR4Pci0rmdVML0- Sixth District Court of Appeal Presiding Justice Conrad L. Rushing characterized McBrien's conduct in the case as a "judicial reign of terror." Even before the release of the documentary, Sacramento Family Court News, an online, nonprofit journalism organization published investigative reports and news about the troubled Sacramento court system. Visit the Sacramento Family Court News home page: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com Sacramento County Superior Court judges include Robert C. Hight, Laurie M. Earl, James M. Mize, Peter J. McBrien, Matthew J. Gary, Jaime R. Roman, Sharon A. Lueras, Bunmi O. Awoniyi, Steven M. Gevercer, Thadd A. Blizzard, Tami R. Bogert, Keven J. McCormick, and Kevin R. Culhane. California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye is a former Sacramento Family Court judge. California Judicial Branch oversight and accountability is the responsibility of Commission on Judicial Performance Director Victoria B. Henley, California State Auditor Elaine M. Howle, Judicial Council Director Steven E. Jahr, Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, 3rd District Court of Appeal Justice Vance Raye, State Bar of California Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim, and U.S. Attorneys Benjamin B. Wagner and Melinda L. Haag. The officers of the Sacramento County Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee are Elaine V. Van Beveren, Fredrick S. Cohen, Paula D. Salinger, and Gregory W. Dwyer. Sacramento Family Court temporary judge program corruption and collusion between judge pro tem attorneys and full-time judges: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com/p/temporary-judges.html Bias and prejudice against financially disadvantaged, unrepresented pro per litigants: http://sacramentocountyfamilycourtnews.blogspot.com/search/label/COLOR%20OF%20LAW%20SERIES Sacramento Superior Court whistleblowers also assert that federal judges at the US District Court for the Eastern District of California are collectively responsible for the concealment of systemic civil rights violations, honest services fraud, and RICO racketeering by Sacramento Superior Court family law judges and judge pro tem attorneys against indigent, financially disadvantaged and disabled pro per litigants. For more than 10 years, USDC EDCA judges have obstructed, impeded, and dismissed federal civil rights litigation against the RICO enterprise members. EDCA judges include Chief Judge Morrison C. England, Jr., a former Sacramento Superior Court judge; Senior Judge Garland E. Burrell, Jr.; Judge John A. Mendez, a former Sacramento Superior Court judge; Judge Troy L. Nunley, a former Sacramento Superior Court judge; Senior Judge William B. Shubb; Chief Magistrate Judge Dale A. Drozd, Judge Edmund F. Brennan; Judge Carolyn K. Delaney; Judge Gregory G. Hollows; Judge Kimberly J. Mueller; and Judge Kendall J. Newman.
https://wn.com/Family_Court_Corruption_And_Attorney_Fee_Churning_Tactics_From_Divorce_Corp_Sacramento