Department 2J has orders not to set any matters before Judge Sterling, even though Judge Sterling has issued a number of orders in family law during his tenure in Department 2 J. Judge Wells has a well known hatred of Judge Sterling and refuses to set any request for orders that are required to be addressed by the original judge (i.e. when a reconsideration is filed) or allow Judge Sterling to address orders issued by Judge Sterling based on his OSC re Contempt approved for filing or address violations of a restraining order issued by Judge Sterling.
A number of denials for hearings before Judge Sterling are reflected in diverse minute orders and transcripts by various parties and attorneys. Judge Wells truly believes that it is acceptable to contaminate the entire court with his disparaging remarks of judges in public proceedings before attorneys and litigants. Judge Wells did the same with a retired judge, Judge Norton. In this instance the denial was actually placed in a minuter order highlighting the bias and prejudice.
The judicial canon of ethics specify that a judge is to promote public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary and the judicial process. Highlighting the hatred and disparaging remarks against other judges in a court of law demeans the judicial office. Judge Wells is incapable of allowing Judge Sterling to address the orders issued by Judge Sterling in Department 2J.
The pubic, through the gavel bangers site, has expressed the fear and terror of being exposed to the monstrosity of Judge Wells’ department 2J.
Parties live in substantial terror of being exposed to Judge Wells in a court of law, when the court has a DUTY to serve the public, adhering to an equal protection of the law standard under the 14th amendment and the 1st amendment right to governmental redress. Instead Judge Wells delights in causing fear; abusing a court of law for his own personal vendetta against parties, attorneys and judges.
Please sign and share to end the unholy reign of terror in Department 2 J, listing your own experiences, with the corresponding petition for forensic audit.