10 September 2014

Sacramento Superior Court Corruption: Family Court Reform Advocates To Attend Judicial Council Protest

Criminal Activity by Family Court Judges, Employees, and Part-Time Judges To Be Reported To Judicial Council
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, Judge Kimberly J. Mueller, Judge James Mize Judge Robert Hight, Judge Tani Cantil-Sakauye Judge Kevin R. Culhane – Hon. Kevin R Culhane – Judge Kevin Culhane -
The Center for Judicial Excellence will initiate
a year-long "Stop Court Crimes" campaign on
September 19.

Evidence of alleged criminal activity by Sacramento Superior Court judges, employees, and part-time judges who also work as for-profit divorce lawyers will be submitted by court watchdogs and whistleblowers at the Judicial Council headquarters in San Francisco on Friday, September 19. The protest event is a component of the "Stop Court Crimes" campaign sponsored by the Center for Judicial Excellence, a Marin-based family court reform organization. 

The statewide CJE "Year of Action to Stop Court Crimes" campaign will start with a rally at the Judicial Council, and is slated to run throughout 2015. Family court watchdogs from counties across California are expected to attend, including a Sacramento County contingent

The Stop Court Crimes initiative plans to expose corruption and improve court accountability and transparency through an education campaign targeting the Judicial Council, Legislature, State Bar, Commission on Judicial Performance and other agencies responsible for Judicial Branch oversight.  

Sacramento Superior Court watchdogs and whistleblowers have long asserted that the local family court system operates as a Kids-for-Cash-style racketeering enterprise where children effectively are bought and sold for the financial gain of unethical lawyers. The criminal organization includes the active involvement of several family court judges, and the acquiescence of other Sacramento Superior Court judges who are aware of, but turn a blind eye to the corruption, according to court reform advocates.

Event details from the Center for Judicial Excellence: