Gov. Jerry Brown's Destruction of the California Judiciary by Louis Barnett, Dave Scholl, John Feliz, Edwin Meese |, Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Gov. Jerry Brown's Destruction of the California Judiciary

Gov. Jerry Brown's Destruction of the California Judiciary

by Louis Barnett, Dave Scholl, John Feliz, Edwin Meese
     
 
A shocking look at Governor Brown's appointment of judges who were far-left friends, donors, politicians and just shock value appointees, regardless of the lack of any qualifications in many, many cases.
This book highlights the antics, bizarre behavior, and outright illegal actions of individuals before and after they were appointed by Brown as judges in

Overview

A shocking look at Governor Brown's appointment of judges who were far-left friends, donors, politicians and just shock value appointees, regardless of the lack of any qualifications in many, many cases.
This book highlights the antics, bizarre behavior, and outright illegal actions of individuals before and after they were appointed by Brown as judges in California.
It is also a factual look at the outrageous actions and the pro-criminal decisions of judges appointed by Governor Jerry Brown who changed laws, set liberal policies and gave special preferences to criminals and fellow acquaintances.
Brown's most famous appointment as Chief Justice of the California Supreme Court, Rose Bird, is revealed as a despot who championed anti-death penalty cases which hampered law enforcement and prosecutors while allowing criminals to avoid the death penalty. The Bird court overturned Rodney Alcala's first conviction for the murder of 12-year-old Robin Samsoe who was just convicted in 2010 for the third time for the same horrific murder. The Bird court also found that multiple forced rape, sodomy, and oral copulation do not constitute great bodily harm.
Jerry Brown's judges managed to prevent the executions of ANY convicted murderer while he was Governor, consistent with Brown's own personal opposition to the death penalty.
This book reveals shocking and unbelievable stories of the personal lives of judges Governor Brown appointed to the judiciary. Among the chapters you will find Brown judges violating the law, growing pot at home, friendly associations with known mobsters, violations of court ordered alimony and child support, and even criminal charges!
Democrats, Republicans, newspapers, and victims at the time agreed that Governor Brown's appointments were often shocking or ridiculous. His judicial legacy set the tone for years to come and many of his key appointments remain on the court today.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781453813102
Publisher:
CreateSpace Publishing
Publication date:
09/16/2010
Pages:
144
Product dimensions:
5.50(w) x 8.50(h) x 0.31(d)

Meet the Author

Louis Wm. Barnett is a native Californian, born in Long Beach and raised in the San Fernando Valley.
A nationally know conservative activist, Mr. Barnett was a co-founder of the American Legislative Exchange Council, the bipartisan national organization of conservative state legislators. He served as Political Director of the American Conservative Union (ACU) and as National Political Director of Citizens for the Republic, a Political Action Committee founded by Ronald Regan.
He helped re-launched the Conservative Political Action Conference (CPAC) in 1983 and founded the California Conservative Union.
He has worked at the local, state and federal levels of government and also in the private sector. Barnett's experience includes a stint as VP for Government Affairs of an aero-space parts manufacturing firm in Southern California. His political activity includes managing local school board candidates, state legislative races as well as working on gubernatorial and presidential campaigns.
Conceiving an initiative which allowed voters in both Montana and California to call for a National Balance Budget Amendment to the US Constitution his plan was halted by liberal State Supreme Courts who ruled the amendment could not be place on their respective state ballots. He was successful in California in helping to craft and pass the California Civil Rights Initiative that banned race and sex considerations in college admissions, hiring and contracting by government in California.
Barnett has lectured on politics throughout the Americas including Canada and Central and South America, served as a Commissioner of the CA State Senate Advisory Commission on Cost Control in State Government, Chaired the Plenary Session of White House Conference on Libraries & Information Services, tested into MENSA, and was a Pacific Research Institute Award Winner in 1994 for a low income housing proposal.
He currently serves as a Board Member of Yorktown University, the first accredited online conservative institution.

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