Reading of the Declaration of Independence

In honor of the July 4th holiday, we got to read the Declaration of Independence in front of the North County Superior Courthouse in Vista, California.

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Special Legal Seminar, June 26 – Why not you as Judge or Politician?

Special Legal Seminar, June 26 – Why not you as Judge or Politician?

Get the Seminar Materials here: SeminarMaterials062613.pdf Save the Date! June 26 – 12pm noon – 1pm A Legal Seminar YOU HAVE GOT TO ATTEND: WHY NOT YOU AS JUDGE OR POLITICIAN? SPEAKERS: Hon. Victor Ramirez (Superior Court Judge, Ret.) Francine Busby (Chairwoman, San Diego Democratic Party) Hon. Olga Diaz (Deputy Mayor of the City of […]

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76 Assembly District Democratic Party Delegates Elected

76 Assembly District Democratic Party Delegates Elected

Oceanside, CA (January 17, 2013) – Twelve Delegates and an Executive Board Representative were elected to the California Democratic Party for a two year term.  On Sunday, January 13, 2013, twelve Delegates (6 female and 6 male) and an Executive Board Representative were elected to the 76th Assembly District – California Democratic Party (CDP), for […]

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Don’t Be Duped by ATRA’s “Hellholes” Report

Originally posted here. Every year, the American Tort Reform Association (ATRA) releases a new edition of its “Judicial Hellholes” report. As you can see below, this has been widely ridiculed and debunked. The effort serves as an early holiday present for the insurance, tobacco, and drug companies that bankroll ATRA’s efforts to attack the civil […]

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Delayed Justice is Denied Justice

Originally posted here. Why Court Funding is Essential to Our Democracy On this site we talk about how justice has been denied for Americans across the country.  We often focus on something called “tort reform” – or efforts led by corporate front groups to close the courthouse doors on plaintiffs (i.e. consumers, employees, and small […]

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Unequal Justice: How the 1% Court Has Limited Your Rights

Originally posted here. Yesterday, the Alliance for Justice (AFJ) debuted their new documentary “Unequal Justice: The Relentless Rise of the 1% Court.” This short film showcases three significant U.S. Supreme Court cases that protect corporations at the cost of limiting the constitutional rights of Americans: Wal-Mart v. Dukes, Citizens United v. FEC and Pilva v. […]

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The Web of Tort ‘Reform’

Originally Posted Here This week, the American Legislative Exchange Council (ALEC) is holding its annual States and Nation Policy Summit in D.C.  ALEC’s Civil Justice Task Force will meet to discuss new ideas on how to limit your right to access the courts.  ALEC is among the top corporate front groups pushing the tort “reform” […]

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Cyber Monday Shoppers

Source: http://takejusticeback.com/ForcedArbitrationHolidayInfographic

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What We are Up Against.

This was originally posted on TakeJusticeBack.com here. The “tort reform” movement to shield corporations from accountability by eliminating access to the court for consumers, workers and patients has been in existence for decades. Leading the charge are five shadowy front groups founded and backed by some of the largest multinational corporations.  Be sure to check out […]

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Top 10 Ways the U.S. Chamber Hurts Americans

This was originally posted on TakeJusticeBack.com here. The sole mission of the U.S. Chamber’s Institute for Legal Reform (ILR) is to eliminate the constitutional right to a trial by jury. ILR actively works to close the court house doors to Americans and shield corporations from accountability with they knowingly hurt and mislead consumers. As ILR […]

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