The production team for the 2014 documentary film Divorce Corp is assisting Court Reform LLC in compiling and cataloging California judge misconduct complaints, according to an email leaked to Sacramento Family Court Report:
Are you in California? Have you been the victim of judicial misconduct? If so, please read on.
Court Reform, LLC, an organization based in the San Francisco Bay area, is working to bring increased transparency and accountability to the California government agency responsible for investigating and disciplining misconduct by judges; the Commission on Judicial Performance.
Court Reform is working with investigative reporters at a major news agency and needs cases of documented misconduct in California by judges that were reported to the Commission of Judicial Performance in which no action was taken by the Commission.
If you or someone you know, has a documented case of clear judicial misconduct in California, please contact Joe Sweeney at email@example.com.
Please do not email Divorce Corp. Instead send your information directly to Joe Sweeney at Court Reform using the email address above. Please note that only documented cases reported to the Commission on Judicial Performance, and where no action was taken by the Commission, can be used.
FORWARD THIS EMAIL TO ANYONE ELSE YOU KNOW THAT HAS A DOCUMENTED JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT CASE IN CALIFORNIA.
The Divorce Corp Team
The movie catalogued controversy and corruption in divorce and family law courts throughout the United States, and designated Sacramento County as one of the most corrupt in the nation.
Government whistleblowers have documented that the family law division of the Central Valley jurisdiction essentially operates as a racketeering organization. The allegations involve collusion between judges and local divorce lawyers who also work as ostensible "volunteer" temporary judges in the same court.
- Court Reform LLC: Spotlight Report.
- San Francisco Chronicle: Report Slams the Quiet Way Judges are Disciplined.
- The Davis Vanguard: New Report Alleges Commission on Judicial Performance Doesn't Measure Up.
- Daily Journal: Put a Spotlight on Judicial Discipline.
- Daily Journal: Deliberations of Judicial Watchdog Should Be Public.