WASHINGTON, March 5, 2014 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Paul Orfanedes, Litigation Director for Judicial Watch, charges that SBX 211, the law which was specifically crafted to allow judges to continue to receive pay above and beyond their salaries, contradicts the California Constitution without a vote by the people. Watch the 1-minute preview video here in the third of three segments of a Full Disclosure Network® TV-Internet Series. Orfanedes points out that judges must receive compensation of some kind, but they continue to accept remuneration that is a conflict of the ethics code. He questions how judges would still accept double benefits, understanding the moral impact. Watch the video and full segment here: http://www.fulldisclosure.net/2014/03/unintended-consequences-of-judicial-greed-615-3/
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