Our 4th anniversary of tracking the most corrupt institution in state government

Judicial Council Watcher

This past Saturday, October 25th marks our 4th year of tracking the most corrupt institution in state government.

You’ll note that this is not an event we’re celebrating. We had hoped that by now the other two branches of government would have used their considerable wherewithal to exercise their respective roles of checks and balances. What little they have done has been woefully misdirected at the trial courts leaving the most corrupt institution in state government unfazed and virtually untouched.

While the other two branches have exercised the power of the checkbook to try to bring this rogue organization to heel, nothing meaningful in the sense of reforms have transpired. Indeed, in the four long years we’ve been tracking this rogue organization only one person has been held accountable for anything and even that was passed off as an innocuous reorganization.

Instead, all we’ve witnessed this organization do is to…

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