Fraudulent Disbarment & Judicial Revenge Over $350 Million Illegal County Payments to Judges: Full Disclosure Network® Video Report (3 min)

Dec 07, 2011, 06:10 ET from Full Disclosure Network

WASHINGTON, Dec. 7, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- An intense battle over Judicial conflicts of interest is being waged behind the scenes in California Courts.   Rarely reported by legal or mainstream media, the battle has reached the 9th Circuit Court of Appeals which has presided over cases involving former U.S. Prosecutor Richard I. Fine, Ph.D.  Fine was disbarred and incarcerated by Judges who had accepted illegal county payments. On August 30th 2011 State Bar Court filings admitted the disbarment to be a fraud. Fine's court filings claim that the State Bar confirmed the judges who brought the charges against him were retaliating for his having exposed their conflict of interest.

Video Report Reveals Judicial Retaliation
The Judicial Revenge is the latest development in this ongoing battle featured in a two-part cable TV series produced by the Emmy Award winning  Full Disclosure Network®.  The series features an exclusive interview with Richard I. Fine to be shown on public cable channels throughout California and in major cities across the nation. A  3 minute preview is available here online.  Full Disclosure has been following this legal battle for the past three years.  http:/

Illegal Judicial Payments Influencing Cases?
Richard I. Fine, Ph.D.
 has represented clients in cases against Los Angeles County, citing  illegal county payments in his court filings.  These actions caused Judge David P Yaffe who was presiding over L.A. county cases and received  $860,000.00 from L.A. County,  to hold Fine in civil contempt and jailed him for 18 months in solitary "coercive confinement" as a lesson to other lawyers who challenged such payments. The court has held such payments to be illegal in the case of Sturgeon v County of L.A.

Watch all six of the 8 minute segments from title links below.
(links to court documents accessible in text below each segment).

  1. Judicial Retaliation Behind Disbarment of Richard I. Fine    
  2. Conflicted Judges, State Bar Move To Destroy Attorney Fine
  3. State Bar Admits Fraud In Fine Disbarment
  4. Private Attorney General Richard I. Fine
  5. Conflicted Justices Of 9th Circuit Court Of Appeals
  6. Attorneys Fear Judges Who Control The State Bar


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SOURCE Full Disclosure Network