77th Installment. The Richard Fine Story: An Objective Analysis

77th Installment. The Richard Fine Story: An Objective Analysis The wrongly decided Fine v. Superior Court (2002) 97 Cal.App.4th 651 (continued) Commissioner Bruce Mitchell’s findings of fact need not detain us. By refusing to release his death grip on Fine’s case and finding Richard Fine guilty of criminal contempt, Commissioner Mitchell deliberately acted without jurisdiction, proving his bias. Another way Commissioner Mitchell expressed his lawless subjectivity was soliciting defense counsel to respond to Fine’s appeal. (Ibid.) Mitchell’s hubris led to greater openness than wisdom would have prescribed, but the Court of Appeal’s bias in his favor outweighed the commissioner’s foolhardiness. Although the Court of Appeal admitted this was Fine’s most serious charge, the court responded with an unsupported legal conclusion: Commissioner Mitchell, when advised that Fine had appealed from the “order” purportedly made on December 1, 2000, properly suggested that a response to the appeal would be in order and that the party responding could be entitled to attorney fees. (Ibid.) How could the Court of Appeal miss the impropriety when a judicial officer exploits courtroom command to gain unfair advantage? How could it miss the commissioner’s deliberate misstatement of… Read More

US Supreme Court agrees to hear the case of attorney Richard Fine, a 70 Year Old lawyer languishing in “coercive confinement” after accusing the courts of throwing cases in favor of the county

US Supreme Court agrees to hear the case of attorney Richard Fine, a 70 Year Old lawyer languishing in “coercive confinement” after accusing the courts of throwing cases in favor of the county “The U.S. Supreme Court has decided to consider the case of a 70-year-old taxpayer advocate … While the main issue before the high court is whether a person can be held in coercive confinement for such a long time,” “For the last quarter of 2005, not one case that was decided by a judge of the LA Superior Court was decided against LA County. For the year 2006 to 2007 not one case decided by an LA County Judge was decided against LA County…. So we know that the cases that have come in have basically been thrown” Attorney Richard Fine, telling it like it is REDDIT Attorney Richard Fine, telling it like it is. Richard Fine is still talking about these lieing ass judges and others. MAKING THE DEFINITION OF “FINANCIAL INTEREST” THE SAME FOR ALL ELECTED OFFICIALS, GOVERNMENT AND AGENCY EMPLOYEES AND JUDICIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS AND REQUIRING JUDICIAL AND ADMINISTRATIVE OFFICERS TO MAKE LEGALLY… Read More

Richard I. Fine, Prisoner of Conscience

By Alex Alexiev April 27, 2010 8:40 PM On April 23, 2010, the Supreme Court of the United States denied the petition for “stay of execution” (of coercive confinement for civil contempt of court) by attorney Richard I. Fine in the case of Richard Fine v. Leroy Baca, Sheriff of Los Angeles County (09-1250). In doing so, the highest court of the land has refused to rectify a clear-cut case of judicial corruption in the state of California. So whose Richard Fine and how did he run afoul of the law? A distinguished attorney with a doctor of law degree from the University of Chicago Law School and a Ph.D. in international law from the London School of Economics, Mr. Fine has practiced law in government service and private practice for 42 years and achieved considerable distinction in both. He has served in the antitrust division of the Justice Department, founded the Anti-Trust Division in the Los Angeles City Attorney’s Office, and was awarded the prestigious “Lawyer of the Decades” award in 2006. He has also won numerous cases on behalf of California taxpayers in state courts, including a 2003… Read More

COURT VICTIM SOLUTION

Help support Dr Richard I fines Amend SBX 2 11 to stop judicial corruption

JUDICIAL CORRUPTION SOLUTION WHY IS THIS LEGISLATION NEEDED: This is a response to the systemic emergency judicial crisis in California existing since 1985 when individual counties and courts commenced paying State Superior Court judges sitting on State Superior Courts for their counties “supplemental or local judicial benefits” in addition to the State compensation (salary and benefits) paid to the judges by the State causing disparity in judges judicial salary and benefits, double taxation for citizens and residents in the “paying counties”, “unconstitutional (unlawful) ‘supplemental local judicial benefit payments’” to the judges resulting in 90% of California’s Superior Court judges receiving “bribes” under California and federal criminal laws; WHO CAN APPLY FOR THE COURT VICTIM ABUSE SUPPORT, OR WHOSE ELIGIBLE? Court Victims from cases since 1985 Civil, Criminal, Family, Juvenile, Probate, Appellate and Supreme Courts What states are eligible, this bill needs to be initially in one state after which it can be passed in all states WHAT DO COURT VICTIMS RECEIVE? Read the Legislation HERE victims get compensated starting at $1-10 million and cumulating, the judge who committed the misconduct is reported to the Commission on Judicial Performance who must… Read More

Probate Mafia How Judges Rob us of Justice, Rights and Money

Probate Mafia American Judges robing the public of rights law and justice

America is being robbed by judges who whore themselves out to anyone willing to pay VIOLATING LAW AND RIGHTS, IGNORING DUE PROCESS The scam is simple and has been going on for decades. Connected dirty lawyers make back room deals with corrupt judges (who are often law school friends or worked together for a law firm). What this begins is a totally illegal process that is hidden behind courtroom walls and sealed records. Made legal because it happened before a judge, who did not stop it or object. Perjury, fraud, embezzlement even over medicating with heavy duty psychotropic medications (which are known to cause death) are legally administered. Not only that, legal wills, power of attorney, trusts, (any legal document) are ignored or overturned by the judge. WHY? Because there’s zero accountability of prosecution, so as the saying goes “When the cat is away the mouse will play”. These crime scenes (courtrooms) are free to do as they wish and, certainly, they break all the rules. Should you question the court’s action, get involved at great legal expense to expose what’s going on or try and help the victim, you’ll… Read More

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