Sunday, November 21, 2010

Court of Appeals

Federal Court

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Elder Hate Crime Ty Reddish, 27 professional trained in wrestling and Judo, base ball pitcher attacked elder 68 zero history of fighting, DA called it mutual combat

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: Elder Hate Crime Ty Reddish, 27 professional trained in wrestling and Judo, base ball pitcher attacked elder 68 zero history of fighting, DA called it mutual combat

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Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: FBI & Grand Jury Investigate Riverside DA Office Pacheco covers up Hamm...

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: FBI & Grand Jury Investigate Riverside DA Office Pacheco covers up Hamm...

Riverside NYE FRANK RACING HOMICIDE: FBI & Grand Jury Investigate Riverside DA Office Pacheco covers up Hamm...

FBI & Grand Jury Investigate Riverside DA Office Pacheco covers up Hamm...

YouTube - racingoffroad

YouTube - racingoffroad

Saturday, November 20, 2010

Elder Hate Crime Ty Reddish, 27 professional trained in wrestling and Judo, base ball pitcher attacked elder 68 zero history of fighting, DA called it mutual combat

Riverside County Sheriff failed to do his constitutional duty, DA refused to communicate with crime victim and removed all records from the system, along with putting a seal on the records. Let the elder crime victim be stalked by killer and family

Elder Hate Crime Ty Reddish, 27 professional trained in wrestling and Judo, base ball pitcher attacked elder 68 zero history of fighting, DA called it mutual combat

Riverside County Sheriff failed to do his constitutional duty, DA refused to communicate with crime victim and removed all records from the system, along with putting a seal on the records. Let the elder crime victim be stalked by killer and family

Friday, November 12, 2010

Rod Pacheco staff not judges

Appeals forms

forms

in reference to:

"the statement shall identify the citizenship of all members. The statement shall supply similar details concerning the invocation of supplemental jurisdiction or other sources of jurisdiction."
- Rules (view on Google Sidewiki)

federal rules

Federal court

In a landmark July 2000 decision, the 9th Circuit ruled unanimously that police cannot give inferior services to disfavored groups, and that the Macias lawsuit against the Sheriff could proceed back in federal district. As such, that 9th Circuit ruling has created a constitutional cornerstone on women's rights to equal protection from law enforcement. The Macias decision now stands as law in the eleven western states of the 9th judicial district.

in reference to:

"In a landmark July 2000 decision, the 9th Circuit ruled unanimously that police cannot give inferior services to disfavored groups, and that the Macias lawsuit against the Sheriff could proceed back in federal district. As such, that 9th Circuit ruling has created a constitutional cornerstone on women's rights to equal protection from law enforcement. The Macias decision now stands as law in the eleven western states of the 9th judicial district."
- Handbook - Part 1 - Six Principal Obstacles to Equal Protection and Justice for Women (view on Google Sidewiki)

Womens Justice Center

Womens Justice Center

in reference to: The Maria Teresa Macias Case (view on Google Sidewiki)

State Vital Duty, Failure

Supreme Court Justice Brennan, in writing the minority dissent on the DeShaStaney case, spoke well to the gravity of the injustice that would be perpetrated by the decision. "My disagreement with the Court," Justice Brennan wrote, "arises from its failure to see that inaction can be every bit as abusive of power as action, that oppression can result when a State undertakes a vital duty and then ignores it."

in reference to: Handbook - Part 1 - Six Principal Obstacles to Equal Protection and Justice for Women (view on Google Sidewiki)

Director of the Torts Branch, Civil Division, Department of Justice.

Director of the Torts Branch, Civil Division, Department of Justice.

in reference to: Electronic Code of Federal Regulations: (view on Google Sidewiki)

Failed to provide protection

Despite ratifying the declaration, Nepal had failed to abide by Article 4-c which asserts the clear obligation of states to:

"Exercise due diligence to prevent, investigate and, in accordance with national legislation, punish acts of violence against women, whether those acts are perpetrated by the State or by private persons."[2]

in reference to: http://www2.ohchr.org/english/bodies/cedaw/index.htm (view on Google Sidewiki)

Women Victims of Violence

Despite ratifying the declaration, Nepal had failed to abide by Article 4-c which asserts the clear obligation of states to:

"Exercise due diligence to prevent, investigate and, in accordance with national legislation, punish acts of violence against women, whether those acts are perpetrated by the State or by private persons."[2]

in reference to:

"Despite ratifying the declaration, Nepal had failed to abide by Article 4-c which asserts the clear obligation of states to: "Exercise due diligence to prevent, investigate and, in accordance with national legislation, punish acts of violence against women, whether those acts are perpetrated by the State or by private persons."[2]"
- Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (view on Google Sidewiki)

Definition of Violence Against Women

Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women
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The Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women

Created 1993
Ratified 20 December 1993
Purpose Women's rights

The Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women was adopted without vote[1] by the United Nations General Assembly in its resolution 48/104 of 20 December 1993. Contained within it is the recognition of "the urgent need for the universal application to women of the rights and principles with regard to equality, security, liberty, integrity and dignity of all human beings".[2] The resolution is often seen as complementary to, and a strengthening of, the work of the Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Discrimination against Women.[3] It recalls and embodies the same rights and principles as those enshrined in such instruments as the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and Articles 1 and 2 provide the most widely used definition of violence against women.[4] As a consequence of the resolution, in 1999, the General Assembly, led by the representative from the Dominican Republic, designated 25 November as the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women.

Contents [hide]
1 Background
2 Definition of Violence Against Women
3 Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women
4 Problems
5 Campaigns
6 References
7 External links

[edit] Background
The international recognition that women have a right to a life free from violence is a recent one. Historically, their struggles with violence, and with the impunity that often protects the perpetrators, is linked with their fight to overcome discrimination. Since its founding the United Nations has concerned itself with the advancement of women's rights,[5] but did not specifically target the high rates of female targeted violence until 1993. One of the aims of the resolution was to overturn the prevailing governmental stance that violence against women was a private, domestic matter not requiring state intervention. To mark International Women's Day on 8 March 1993, General Secretary, Boutros Boutros-Ghali, issued a statement in preparation of the declaration explicitly outlining the UN's role in the 'promotion' and 'protection' of women's rights:

"The struggle for women's rights, and the task of creating a new United Nations, able to promote peace and the values which nurture and sustain it, are one and the same. Today - more than ever - the cause of women is the cause of all humanity."[6]

[edit] Definition of Violence Against Women
Articles 1 and 2 of the resolution provide the most widely used definition of violence against women.

Article One: For the purposes of this Declaration, the term "violence against women" means any act of gender-based violence that results in, or is likely to result in, physical, sexual or psychological harm or suffering to women, including threats of such acts, coercion or arbitrary deprivation of liberty, whether occurring in public or in private life.

Article Two: Violence against women shall be understood to encompass, but not be limited to, the following:

(a) Physical, sexual and psychological violence occurring in the family, including battering, sexual abuse of female children in the household, dowry-related violence, marital rape, female genital mutilation and other traditional practices harmful to women, non-spousal violence and violence related to exploitation;
(b) Physical, sexual and psychological violence occurring within the general community, including rape, sexual abuse, sexual harassment and intimidation at work, in educational institutions and elsewhere, trafficking in women and forced prostitution;
(c) Physical, sexual and psychological violence perpetrated or condoned by the State, wherever it occurs.[2]
[edit] Special Rapporteur on Violence Against Women
As a consequence of the declaration on 4 March 1994, the Commission on Human Rights adopted Resolution 1994/45[7] in which it decided to appoint Radhika Coo

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"occurring in public or in private life. Article Two: Violence against women shall be understood to"
- Declaration on the Elimination of Violence Against Women - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (view on Google Sidewiki)

Hate crime genocide

...any of the following acts committed with intent to destroy, in whole or in part, a national, ethnical, racial or religious group, as such:

(a) Killing members of the group;
(b) Causing serious bodily or mental harm to members of the group;
(c) Deliberately inflicting on the group conditions of life calculated to bring about its physical destruction in whole or in part;
(d) Imposing measures intended to prevent births within the group;
(e) Forcibly transferring children of the group to another group.
– Convention on the Prevention and Punishment of the Crime of Genocide, Article

in reference to: Genocide - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia (view on Google Sidewiki)

constitutional hate crime law

Rise and fall of government

Rise and Fall of Constitutional Government

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State center for State and Local

CA

websites for california budget, laws

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"n"
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Watchdog group

Layoff notices

Scharzenegger

Commerce

In a related move, the White House has created a special task force that is expected to help transform the Commerce Department recommendations into policy, these people said. The White House task force, set up three weeks ago, is led by Cameron Kerry, the brother of Sen. John Kerry (D., Mass.) and Commerce Department general counsel, and Christopher Schroeder, assistant attorney general at the Department of Justice.

in reference to: http://www.sfgate.com/cgi-bin/article.cgi?f=/c/a/2010/03/07/MNAM1C68C1.DTL (view on Google Sidewiki)

Eminent Domain

White House Task Force

In a related move, the White House has created a special task force that is expected to help transform the Commerce Department recommendations into policy, these people said. The White House task force, set up three weeks ago, is led by Cameron Kerry, the brother of Sen. John Kerry (D., Mass.) and Commerce Department general counsel, and Christopher Schroeder, assistant attorney general at the Department of Justice.

in reference to:

"Commerce Department general counsel, and Christopher Schroeder, assistant attorney general at the Department of Justice."
- Obama Administration Seeks Internet Privacy Protections, New Policy Office - WSJ.com#printMode (view on Google Sidewiki)

Online privacy

us privacy

There is no comprehensive U.S. law that protects consumer privacy online. Internet privacy issues generally are policed by the FTC, which can take action only if a privacy-violating action is deemed "deceptive" or "unfair."

in reference to: Obama Administration Seeks Internet Privacy Protections, New Policy Office - WSJ.com (view on Google Sidewiki)

Thursday, November 11, 2010

Monday, November 8, 2010

Friday, November 5, 2010

Mandamus

Thursday, November 4, 2010

tran

trans

in reference to:

"3.60 TRANSPORTATION & LAND MANAGEMENT AGENCY/TRANSPORTATION: Modification of Financial Assurance Mechanism Required by the Surface Mining and Reclamation Act – Adoption of Resolution 2008-196."
- ViewAgenda (view on Google Sidewiki)

Ip taking

504 A 29 USC 794 42 usc 1231-65

Title II applies to State and local government entities, and, in
Subtitle A, protects qualified individuals with disabilities from
discrimination on the basis of disability in services, programs, and
activities provided by State and local government entities. Title II
extends the prohibition on discrimination established by section 504 of
the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, as amended, 29 U.S.C. 794 (section
504), to all activities of State and local governments regardless of
whether these entities receive Federal financial assistance. 42 U.S.C.
12131-65.

in reference to: Twitter / Home (view on Google Sidewiki)

but vests in the Attorney General sole

Attorney General duty

in reference to:

"but vests in the Attorney General sole responsibility for the promulgation of those standards that fall within the Department's jurisdiction and enforcement of the regulations."
- http://edocket.access.gpo.gov/2010/2010-21824.htm (view on Google Sidewiki)

Revised ADA Regulations

aba elder resources

Tuesday, November 2, 2010

shawn

shawn

Records of litigation

Records concerning agency litigation are exempt, but only until the claim is resolved or settled. The complaint, claim, or records filed in court, records that pre-date the suit (e.g., reports about projects that eventually end in litigation), and settlement records are public. (§§ 6254(b), 6254.25); Register Div. of Freedom Newspapers, Inc. v. Orange County, 158 Cal. App. 3d 893 (1984)) (County of Los Angeles v. Superior Court 82 Cal App. 4th 819 (2000)).

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disability laws

accessibility disability law

disability law

in reference to: 508 Awareness Lessons (view on Google Sidewiki)

disability org

disability org

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article 3 court cases county supervisor misconduct

article 3 court cases county supervisor misconduct

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Color of law

Initially, we must determine the precise nature of the civil action before the trial court. This was not a pro se proceeding. Plaintiff was represented by private counsel1 who, on several occasions, orally indicated that she intended to proceed under 42 U.S.C. Sec. 1983.2 In an application to amend his complaint, plaintiff made reference to Sec. 1983, and the court order permitting the amendment explicitly referred to this statute, but the written complaint and amendment thereto were limited to 28 U.S.C. Sec. 1343(3), described therein as "the Civil Rights Statute" and the Eighth Amendment. Amended paragraph 1(a) averred: "The jurisdiction of this court is invoked under 28 U.S.C. Section 1343(3) being action authorized by law to redress the deprivation, under color of statute, laws of this State, ordinances, regulations, custom, and usage of any right, privilege or immunity secured to plaintiff by the first and fourteenth Amendments of the Constitution of the United States." The claim for relief asked for "redress under the Civil Rights Act as mentioned."3

in reference to: 464 F.2d 272 (view on Google Sidewiki)

evidence of

The District Court found, inter alia, that the evidence did not establish the existence of any policy on the part of petitioners to violate the constitutional rights of respondent classes but found evidence of departmental discouragement of complaints and a tendency to minimize the consequences of police misconduct.

in reference to:

"The District Court found, inter alia, that the evidence did not establish the existence of any policy on the part of petitioners to violate the constitutional rights of respondent classes but found evidence of departmental discouragement of complaints and a tendency to minimize the consequences of police misconduct."
- 423 U.S. 362 (view on Google Sidewiki)

supervisors

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Administrative Law (GOVMT 952) — 3 credits Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y
The administrative process, rules and rule making, inspections and investigations, administrative hearings, rules of evidence, presumptions, burden of proof, formal and informal actions, orders, the right to, methods of obtaining, and scope of judicial review are examined.

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Criminal Procedure (CRIML 953) — 2 credits Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y
This course examines issues that arise in the formal processing of a criminal case. Statutes, case law, and rules will be discussed concerning bail and preventive detention, discretion to prosecute, speedy trial, discovery, double jeopardy, plea bargaining, trial by jury, confrontation, cross examination, and the exercise at trial of the privilege against compelled self-incrimination.

Prerequisites: None

Advanced Federal Income Taxation (TAX 950) — 3 credits Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y
This course is designed to continue the examination of the basic substantive provisions of the federal income tax law begun in Basic Federal Income Taxation, including the following general topics: income splitting and assignment, realization and recognition of gain and loss, capital transactions, the investment credit, and other taxable entities.

Prerequisites: TAX 949 Basic Federal Income Taxation

Advanced LL.M. Legal Analysis, Writing and Research
(SKILS 963) — 2 credits Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y
Building on the Introduction to U.S. Legal Systems course, students will continue to develop legal analysis, writing and research skills in the persuasive writing context. Students will study and practice effective client letter writing to help students learn to craft good correspondence in a U.S. legal setting. The final portion of the course will cover contract drafting.
Prerequisites: CORE 913 Introduction to the United States Legal System

Advanced Torts (CL&CR 976) — 2 credits Credit Only: N Anon Gr: Y
This course focuses on torts not involving physical injury, such as misrepresentation, defamation, invasion of privacy, interference with business relations, and misuse of legal procedure. These subjects are not ordinarily covered in the four-hour Torts course required in the first year, but have become burgeoning areas of potential liability due to the emergence of electronic communications. An effort will be made to integrate substantive doctrine and practice implications with legal, economic, political and social theory.
Prerequisites: None

Advocacy I (SKILS 950) — 4 credits Credit Only: N Anon Gr: N
This course introduces the fundamental skills of trial advocacy applicable in civil and criminal trials in any jurisdiction. In keeping with the theory that trial advocacy is best learned by "doing," each student will conduct written and oral exercises concerni

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Unincorporated Counties Police, Supervisors Powers

Monday, November 1, 2010

Federal Conspiracy

interagency

water political private owners

district attorney conflict of interest, constitutional duty, liability

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- TITLE 16 - CITY, COUNTY, STATE AND LOCAL POWERS (view on Google Sidewiki)

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The Free Library > Law/Government/Politics > Law > Environmental Law > March 22, 2009
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Global warming and the problem of policy innovation: lessons from the early environmental movement. Schroeder, Christopher H. 12987
Public outcry: Kelo v. City of New London - a proposed solution. Woodyard, William; Boggs, Glenn 9842
The Rhino in the Colonia: how Colonias Development Council v. Rhino Environmental Services, Inc. set a substantive state standard for environmental justice. Fisher, Kristina Gray 17759
Trashing the presumption: intervention on the side of the government. Black, Kathy 11817
Why private remedies for environmental torts under the Alien Tort Statute should not be constrained by the judicially created doctrines of jus cogens and exhaustion. Wilson, Mark W. 14551

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Organized Crime

Organized Crime Statutes . The business of ... Given the number of law enforcement agencies ... of electronic surveillance, Congress enacted Title III of the Omnibus Crime ...

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"Organized Crime Statutes . The business of ... Given the number of law enforcement agencies ... of electronic surveillance, Congress enacted Title III of the Omnibus Crime ..."
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Federal Conspiracy

Federal conspiracy statutes generally require the government to prove that two or more persons agreed to commit an offense and that one or more of these persons did at least one act to carry out the agreement

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conflict of interest County Supervisors

personal interest in a contract he made while acting in his official capacity in violation of Government Code section 1090,[1] and indicted petitioner for aiding and abetting

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outlook