Complaints to the Commission of Judicial Performance

In November 2015, I filed my first complaint against the judge in my case with the California Commission of Judicial Performance, and they declined to investigate.

On July 22, 2016, I filed my second one, and I haven’t heard back yet, but I did decided that I was not a fan of the “secrete” evaluation process of complaints, especially after I read the statistice on how they seem to disregard complaints from self represented litigants.

Secrecy is the best way to cover and continue corruption, so I’m not playing the game, and I encourage everyone else to do the same.  Complaint about your judges abuse of descretion (or abuse of you) early and loudly.  Waiting for them to get better is like waiting for an abusive spouse or significant other to stop hiting you.  Not gonna happen.

I invite you all to join my facebook group and volunteer your time to provide an independent investigation of judicial complaints and evaluate the Commission on their deciscion to investigate complaints or not.  I am specifically looking to build a coalition of volunteers to avoid the potential for a corrupt process that sometimes comes when money is involved.

Before the end of 2016, I am planning to make a constitutional challenge against the Commission on Judicial Performance for the manner in which they have implemented their secret process of deciding whether or not to investigate a complaint and the manner in which it has violated the due process and equal protection of self-represented litigants.

This system can only change with a bonafide movement in the image of Bernie Sanders or Donald Trump and I invite you all to join me.  I will be seeking support in the form or affidavits, copies of your court case documents etc., and will do everything I can end the secrecy that currently infects the judicial oversight process.

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