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UNLAWFUL DISCRIMINATION - Your Rights and Remedies Civil Rights Handbook

Introduction
Chapter I - Racial, Ethnic, Religious, and Minority Violence
The Ralph Civil Right Act
The Bane Civil Rights Act
Local Human Relations Commissions
Miscellaneous State Penal Statutes Which Address Racial, Ethnic, Religious, and Minority Violence
Hate Crimes Reporting
Education Code Provisions Regarding Hate Crimes
California's Victims of Crime Program
Chapter II - Employment
The Fair Employment and Housing Act
Discrimination Prohibited by the FEHA
Entities and Persons Covered by the FEHA
Procedures and Remedies
Employment Discrimination Remedies with the State Personnel Board
The California Equal Pay Law
Miscellaneous State Laws Prohibiting Employment Discrimination
Unemployment Insurance Compensation
Federal Laws
Title VII of the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964
42 U.S.C. §1981
Age Discrimination in Employment Act Federal Equal Pay Act
Federal Equal Pay Act
Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990
Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973
Chapter III - Housing
State Laws
The Fair Employment and Housing Act and The Unruh Civil Rights Act
Procedures to Follow and Remedies Available
Miscellaneous State Statutes Prohibiting Discrimination in Housing
Federal Laws
The Federal Fair Housing Act and 42 U.S.C. § 1982
Chapter IV - Public Accomodations, Businesses and Services
The Unruh Civil Rights Act
Protection Under California's Disabled Access Laws
Protection Under California's Insurance Laws
Protection Against Discrimination by Persons Licensed to Render Services
Protection Against Discrimination by Banking, Credit, and Lending Institutions
State-Licensed Savings and Loan Associations, State-Licensed Savings Banks, State-Chartered Banks, and State Credit Unions
Miscellaneous State Statutes Dealing with Discrimination in Public Accommodations,
Businesses, and Services
Chapter V - Public Assistance/Government Benefits
Chapter VI - Education
State Laws
Federal Laws
Chapter VII - Medical and Healthcare
Miscellaneous State Health Care Statutes Forbidding Discrimination
Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous Anti-Discrimination Statutes
Jury Selection
Military
Political Activities/Voting
Public Utilities
State and Local Governmental Conduct
Chapter IX - Peace Officer Misconduct or Abuse
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Attorney General's Public Inquiry Unit

P.O. Box 944255

Sacramento, California 94244-2550

Telephone: (916) 322-3360

Toll Free Number: (800) 952-5225 (in California)

Line for the Hearing Impaired: (916) 324-5564

Toll Free Number: (800) 952-5548 (in California)

Office of Immigrant Assistance, Toll Free Number: (888) 587-0557 (in California)


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"skip to content HomeAboutNewsCareersContactPrograms A - Z Search UNLAWFUL DISCRIMINATION - Your Rights and Remedies Civil Rights Handbook Introduction Chapter I - Racial, Ethnic, Religious, and Minority Violence The Ralph Civil Right Act The Bane Civil Rights Act Local Human Relations Commissions Miscellaneous State Penal Statutes Which Address Racial, Ethnic, Religious, and Minority Violence Hate Crimes Reporting Education Code Provisions Regarding Hate Crimes California's Victims of Crime Program Chapter II - Employment The Fair Employment and Housing Act Discrimination Prohibited by the FEHA Entities and Persons Covered by the FEHA Procedures and Remedies Employment Discrimination Remedies with the State Personnel Board The California Equal Pay Law Miscellaneous State Laws Prohibiting Employment Discrimination Unemployment Insurance Compensation Federal Laws Title VII of the Federal Civil Rights Act of 1964 42 U.S.C. §1981 Age Discrimination in Employment Act Federal Equal Pay Act Federal Equal Pay Act Americans With Disabilities Act of 1990 Federal Rehabilitation Act of 1973 Chapter III - Housing State Laws The Fair Employment and Housing Act and The Unruh Civil Rights Act Procedures to Follow and Remedies Available Miscellaneous State Statutes Prohibiting Discrimination in Housing Federal Laws The Federal Fair Housing Act and 42 U.S.C. § 1982 Chapter IV - Public Accomodations, Businesses and Services The Unruh Civil Rights Act Protection Under California's Disabled Access Laws Protection Under California's Insurance Laws Protection Against Discrimination by Persons Licensed to Render Services Protection Against Discrimination by Banking, Credit, and Lending Institutions State-Licensed Savings and Loan Associations, State-Licensed Savings Banks, State-Chartered Banks, and State Credit Unions Miscellaneous State Statutes Dealing with Discrimination in Public Accommodations, Businesses, and Services Chapter V - Public Assistance/Government Benefits Chapter VI - Education State Laws Federal Laws Chapter VII - Medical and Healthcare Miscellaneous State Health Care Statutes Forbidding Discrimination Chapter VIII - Miscellaneous Anti-Discrimination Statutes Jury Selection Military Political Activities/Voting Public Utilities State and Local Governmental Conduct Chapter IX - Peace Officer Misconduct or Abuse For additional information about UNLAWFUL DISCRIMINATION: YOUR RIGHTS AND REMEDIES, please contact: Attorney General's Public Inquiry Unit P.O. Box 944255 Sacramento, California 94244-2550 Telephone: (916) 322-3360 Toll Free Number: (800) 952-5225 (in California) Line for the Hearing Impaired: (916) 324-5564 Toll Free Number: (800) 952-5548 (in California) Office of Immigrant Assistance, Toll Free Number: (888) 587-0557 (in California) Return to the Attorney General's Home Page Top Return to Table of Contents Civil Rights Handbook| Table of Contents| Introduction Accessibility| Site Tools| Privacy Policy| Terms and Conditions| © 2010 DOJ"
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Monday, January 18, 2010

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.
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Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Nye Frank 2nd person on Right


Nye Frank Crew Chief of many race teams with a very public life. Murdered in Riverside County at age 68 by a 27 year old Ty Reddish.
Riverside County DA and Sheriff called it mutual combat when Nye Frank had zero history of fighting. But what about Ty Reddish? What was his history? What is the evidence? Was the evidence looked at or hid? The father of Ty Reddish states his buddie helped cover up homicide because buddy of DA Rod Pacheco in Riverside County.

Friday, January 15, 2010

Sunday, January 10, 2010

Power and Control over Elders Riverside County

Riverside County Sheriff and District Attorney approve of Stalking a Elder Crime Victim because killer buddy per the Father of killer

Power and Control over Elders Riverside County


Saturday, January 9, 2010

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Illuminating Newsletter

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Illuminating Newsletter

Illuminating Newsletter

Illuminating Newsletter
Mind mapping putting the peices together so they show visually
what caused the crime to Lee Frank.

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: mens rea district attorney withholding evidence, then claims victim funds - Google Search

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: mens rea district attorney withholding evidence, then claims victim funds - Google Search

mens rea district attorney withholding evidence, then claims victim funds - Google Search

mens rea district attorney withholding evidence, then claims victim funds - Google Search

Flores-Figueroa v United States: US Supreme Court attempts to clarify men's rea - Ask.com Search

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Flores-Figueroa v United States: US Supreme Court attempts to clarify mens rea - Ask.com Search

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Lee Frank was denied all Federally Funded

Programs. The DA Victim Advocate.

Its against the Law but this time Pacheco blessings Power and Control over Elders Riverside County

As soon as the Sheriff left the parents Phil and Sherri Reddish followed Lee Frank (72) and her family as a neighbor had invited them to Dinner as the woman was a widow of someone who worked with Nye Frank on a Race Team. Lee, her daughter Dawana, friend Angie, and Dave Clark rode with the family to their home as they were still in such shock. A car followed us and when we stopped at the womans home two people jumped out of the car to yell at them. It turned out to be Phil and Sheri Reddish. They were angry and saying that we should not be allowed in the house. They called constantly during dinner to harass them and us. I (Dawana) notified the sheriff in Riverside of the incident. They said there was nothing they could do. They said there was no law against the Reddish family standing two doors from Lee and harassing anyone who visited.

Sunday, January 3, 2010

54 F3d 694 Elder v. Athens-Clarke County Georgia O'Looney Ceo W | Open Jurist

54 F3d 694 Elder v. Athens-Clarke County Georgia O'Looney Ceo W | Open Jurist: "The district court ruled that Brown's alleged misconduct took place prior to the judicial phase of the criminal process, assuming for the purposes of the motion that the prosecutor, in fact, conspired with the jailers to cover up their conduct by filing a diversionary prosecution against this plaintiff. The district court therefore concluded that only qualified immunity shields Brown in this action; and because the complaint alleges malicious conduct, qualified immunity offers no protection"

Sheriff raises campaign funds | San Bernardino County | PE.com | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern California

Sheriff raises campaign funds | San Bernardino County | PE.com | Southern California News | News for Inland Southern California

Saturday, January 2, 2010

studies on closing homicide exceptional - Google Search

studies on closing homicide exceptional - Google Search

Blogger: Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE - Post a Comment

Blogger: Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE - Post a Comment

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Riverside County District Attorney Investigated

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Riverside County District Attorney Investigated

Riverside County District Attorney Investigated

My Library: "But he is still fighting his dismissal. Bolanos has sued Riverside County and district attorney investigator Candette Hammond, among others, in federal court. The next hearing is Oct. 26. McNulty said Thursday that Bolanos told him the FBI and U.S. attorney's office investigation had concluded without any action being taken. Another Reprimand Hunt's lawsuit also says she was reprimanded in October 2008 for the dismissal of a onetime felony infant-killing case that had been reduced to a misdemeanor. 'What made this latest reprimand so hurtful, and appalling, was that the plaintiff had devoted her career to holding those who harmed children accountable,' the lawsuit said. She said a

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