Judge Peter Espinoza Order Striking Polanski's Recusal of All Judges
Roman Polanski Defrauded by Judge Peter Espinoza, Superior Court of California Los Angeles
Written by Alberta
Rose Jones, October 16, 2010, Copyright Protected
On October 8, 2010, I personally drove to the Superior Court of California
Los Angeles to view the file of Roman Polanski Criminal Case No. A334139. Prior to arriving, I notified the court I would
be coming to view the file and to please make it available for viewing. This was about the third time I had spoke with
clerk personnel regarding the file and it's public viewing. When I arrived, I was informed I could not see the criminal
file of Roman Polanski. I asked in turn, if I could please obtain a copy of the recusal documents in the file.
I was not able to make a complete copy of the motion to recuse all judges of the Superior Court of California Los Angeles
by Roman Polanski. I did obtain a copy of the verified statement, memorandum of points and authorities and declaration
of Chad Hummel without/exhibits. I also obtained a copy of the verified statement of Judge Peter Espinoza and the order
striking statement of disqualification by Roman Polanski. What sparked my interested was Judge Espinoza's signatures
on both the order and verified statement. I am very familiar with recusing judges for cause. Can Judge Espinoza
sign both the verified statement and the order? NO I repeat NO. Read California law as follows:
Under the procedures established by subdivisions (c)(5) and (c)(6) of Sec.
170.3, if the challenged judge
elects to contest the statement of disqualification, the matter must be resolved by another judge agreed upon by the parties; or, if they are unable to agree, by a judge
selected by the Chairperson of the Judicial Council.