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Judges in the Spotlight What do they all have in common? National Television Exposure
Written by Alberta
Rose Jones, October 23, 2010, copyright protected
This judge has been in the news repeatedly. Her name is DeAnn
M. Salcido. She went from openly making an apology on a youtube video; to suing another judge; to being looked at for
judicial misconduct. What a ride.
I was impressed with her apology. I feel sorry though for Joyce Murphy. (Joyce
Murphy was the litigant that Judge DeAnn M. Salcido made a formal apology video. Ms. Murphy's story is below.) Was all
this done so Judge Salcido could eventually be another "Judge Marilyn Milian?"
What about "Judge
Stephen Manley?" How many times has Judge Stephen Manley been on "national television" promoting himself? I
am going to show you what happens when you do a search for Judge Stephen Manley as opposed to Judge DeAnn M. Salcido. You
can not find videos on national television of Judge DeAnn Salcido. You can of Judge Stephen Manley. How many times
has Judge Manley had television cameras in his courtroom? What's up with that? So promoting "your" court
Maybe it is because the California Judicial Council without the express permission of the voters..or
legislature..approved with my tax dollars four mental health courts (These courts were not approved. There are no public
records of these courts except what you can gather on the internet. The four courts are located in San Francisco, Santa
Clara, Los Angeles and San Diego.) These courts are discriminatory as well as the fact that these courts are targeting
a select group of people. Individuals in large cities.
Council on Judicial Performance made the following comment about Judge DeAnn Salcido:
One charge against Judge
DeAnn M. Salcido is that she arranged to have her courtroom filmed as part of a pitch to a Hollywood producer for her
to star in a reality television show. During the filming, according to the commission's allegations, Salcido said numerous
things that could be seen as bringing the judicial system
The commission, which has the authority to privately scold, publicly censure or remove
a judge, has informed Salcido that she has 20 days to respond to the allegations.
While being filmed, Salcido, among other things, allegedly
noted that a defendant had spent 72 days in custody for urinating in public and exposing himself. She then added, "Wow.
Seventy-two days in custody, giving new meaning to the term zip it."
She has used the words "screwed"
and "booty call," mocked a criminal defendant who said he wanted to enlist in the military, and said she would
put a defendant in jail if she found out he was drinking Budweiser rather than Heineken, according to the commission allegations.
the comments above remind you of a "popular" judge on cable TV? If you put in her name.. this specific video
comes up? The video of her calling a "law student" honey from the bench and scolding him. Judge Milian
is still on national television and still a Judge. Maybe Judge DeAnn M. Salcido was getting ready for the part of Judge Marilyn Milian. Judge Milian's nasty video is posted below as proof. Did you see the law
student's face. He was devastated. He will never forget what happened to him in court.
What I am concerned about is that the Judicial Council for Performance only targets specific
judges. DeAnn M. Salcido was target because she "sued" another judge and made comments about the court
process in her youtube video. I have made valid complaints to the Judicial Council on Performance and nothing happens.
Bottom line.. is the Judicial Council strictly targeting Judges who get in their way?? So the "bad"
judges remain on the bench? That is what I think. Lets look again at Judge Stephen Manley. A close look.
I have made four judicial complaints about Judge Stephen Manley. I will post what he has said from the "bench".
So why is the Judicial Council for Performance not investigating my allegations.??
I did this on another
judge. My complaint was never addressed. His name was Judge Jose
Angel Velasquez. Within a month of my formal complaint,
this judge was being investigated not for my complaint but complaints made by his peers (other judges). He
is now off the bench for the Monterey County Superior
Court. How many of you have complained about a judge and nothing happens? Let me know. You can write
me at firstname.lastname@example.org