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2019 Ventura County Mock Trial Begins Monday

2019 Ventura County Mock Trial Begins Monday

More than two dozen local high schools will field 30 teams in the Ventura County Mock Trial competition, which begins Monday in Ventura. Courtroom drama comes to life as students take on the major roles of a criminal case, including attorneys, witnesses and even bailiffs. The students will present their cases before actual local judges […]

Judicial Secrecy: Where Justice Goes to Die

Judicial Secrecy: Where Justice Goes to Die

  by Thomas L. Knapp The traditional depiction of Lady Justice is a woman wearing a blindfold to demonstrate impartiality. In her right hand she wields a sword (symbolizing swift punishment for the guilty). Her left arm holds aloft a scale to weigh the opposing sides’ cases — publicly, for all to see. Over time, American […]

California needs criminal justice reforms to fight crime

California needs criminal justice reforms to fight crime

    By Michele Hanisee The “Reducing Crime and Keeping California Safe Act of 2018″ will appear on the 2020 ballot, as the failure of some Registrars to timely validate signatures prevented it from qualifying from the 2018 ballot. The initiative will make commonsense changes to fix problems caused by AB 109, Prop 47 and Prop 57. While […]

Real Russian collusion the Dems and MSM ignore

Real Russian collusion the Dems and MSM ignore

  By Paul Driessen Robert Mueller’s politicized investigation into allegations that President Trump or the Trump campaign or some Trump associate somehow colluded with Russians continues unproven but unabated. Many think partisan politics ensure it will not be concluded or terminated before the fall 2018 elections. Federal District Court Judge T. S. Ellis may have […]

SJW to get some justice (and she’s not going to like it)

SJW to get some justice (and she’s not going to like it)

. By Thomas Lifson | Republished From American Thinker Kudos to the Riverside County (California) District Attorney’s Office for bringing justice to a crime committed in the name of politics.  Prosecutors have limited resources and a lot of crimes to prioritize.  But political crime is a serious matter today.  And the incident leading to the charges […]

Sheriff Joe Arpaio finds a little justice

Sheriff Joe Arpaio finds a little justice

   . . By Wesley Pruden – The Washington Times – Monday, August 28, 2017 ANALYSIS/OPINION: A president’s pardoning power is absolute, as every judge knows, and just as absolute is the certainty that every pardon will be met by a hail of hosannas and a howl of complaint and grievance from someone. The liberals and others […]

Common sense and child abuse

Common sense and child abuse

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Judges – Impartial? Un-Biased? Fair?

Judges – Impartial? Un-Biased? Fair?

What is so special about the Magna Carta? Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

What is so special about the Magna Carta?  Eight Hundred Years of Liberty

By Sigrid Weidenweber The selfsame moment mankind traded the Hunter-Gatherer culture for the predictable food supply of agrarianism, social problems arose. The action of tilling a field and harvesting its crop, posed the first conflict. A realm previously shared by the clan, had, through labor, become the possession of an individual. Soon questions arose concerning […]

The Si Se Puede Bucket “Yes, it is possible” List 2015

The Si Se Puede Bucket  “Yes, it is possible”  List 2015

by Armando Vazquez LOVE LIFE: Stop the killing and fighting and let love reign. Who can argue that the value of human life is perhaps at an all time low? What brought us to this  abyss? Billions of people on this earth and we all have a mind so there are a billion reasons. Alas, […]

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