Judges are not above the law

Did you know that Judges are NOT above the law?

At least in California, we have found that grand jurors have often been repeatedly told by their county counsel and district attorney that, as grand jurors, they have “no jurisdiction over judges”, or “no power to investigate, accuse or indict judges.” This is a huge LIE. California Grand jurors, under Penal Code, Section 919(c), have a MANDATORY DUTY to investigate judges when they have been accused of corrupt misconduct while acting as a judge. Moreover, the grand jurors have the lawful power under Government Code, Section 3060 to accuse any judge, which appears to the grand jury to have become corrupt in office. This way, the corrupt judge may be tried by a trial jury and removed from office upon conviction by the trial jury.

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Last Updated on Monday, 17 December 2012 20:00