Judges Seek Dismissal for Racketeering Charges; CCFC Responds–“A clearer case for failure to reasonably investigate claims and avoidance of bad faith litigation conduct, harassment, delay, and unreasonable inquiry sanctions would be difficult to make.”

California Coalition for Families and Children, PBC

Judge Michael Groch and Family Justice Center Alliance members disclaim any collaboration

Judge Michael Groch and Family Justice Center Alliance members deny collaboration.

“It was recognized that certain members of the judiciary were instruments of oppression and were partially responsible for the wrongs to be remedied. The parade of cases coming to this Court shows that a similar condition now obtains in some of the States. Some state courts have been instruments of suppression of civil rights. The methods may have changed; the means may have become more subtle; but the wrong to be remedied still exists.”

–         Pierson v. Ray, 386 U.S. 547 (1967)

Maybe some things really never change.

It’s a good thing one of them is truth.  And we’ve been up to no good lately pointing that out to, well, judges who can’t seem to fish it out of a “bucket of mud.”

We’re here to help. In their recently filed motion to dismiss CCFC’s federal racketeering lawsuit

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