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LATEST NEWS
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The Larcenous D.A. Salary Increases, The Westchester County Budget --
& the Westchester County Board of Legislators
 

How Many Members of Westchester's Albany Delegation
Does it Take to do the Duty of One?

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PUTTING AN END TO "FAKE NEWS"
AT THE NEW YORK TIMES --
"Andrew Weissmann, Mueller's Legall Pit Bull", 10/31/17


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  click here for: EXPOSING THE CORRUPTION
OF FEDERAL JUDICIAL DISCIPLINE

"The thousands of judicial misconduct complaints filed under the Act by ordinary citizens -- virtually 100% dismissed by chief circuit judges, without appointment of special committees to investigate -- are the best evidence of how the federal judiciary has corrupted federal judicial discipline.  This is why the federal judiciary, to impede oversight by Congress and the American Public, made them confidential.  It is also why the Breyer Committee fashioned a 'study' where citizens would not be interviewed or have the opportunity to testify about their complaints."  CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report, Conclusion, at p. 73

Executive Summary of CJA's Critique
of the Breyer Committee Report
on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980
   

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Help Wanted!
We are building a roster of attorneys to help victims of judicial misconduct
on a pro bono, contingent, or other affordable basis --
Also, researchers & writers to work either "up front" or "behind the scenes",
as well as law students  [click here for NY's mandatory pro bono requirement]
Call us at 914-421-1200
mail@judgewatch.org

 

 

 

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