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Public Defender and Parents boycott Judge Stuart J Scott

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As a former deputy district attorney, Judge Stuart J Scott regularly argued facts that weren't true in jury trials, labeled  “pure fiction"  by an appeals court. He had cases overturned by the feds in the Ninth Circuit and we the taxpayers paid for his deceit. As a judge, he unconstitutionally ordered a deputy district attorney into his chambers to conspire with her on how to obtain guilty verdicts against the Public Defender's Office using his methods. His parting words to her were "This conversation never happened", see (under “Public Discipline & Decisions”, Judge Stuart J Scott). She disobeyed him, reporting him to her District Attorney who informed the Public Defender's office who boycotted him and reported him to the Commission on Judicial Performance, The CJP publicly stated that Judge Scott violated Judicial Canon 2A, basically a fundamental fairness rule to hear both side before making a decision which did nothing to curb his behavior.

Why even allow a defendant to have a trial anymore?

He was eventually, unbelievably, reassigned to Family Court, now even more incapable of conducting a fair trial. He has little knowledge of the family court laws, accepts attorney's accusations as facts, defending parents as guilty, and promotes conflict with prolonged custody battles between parents where the only winners are these same attorneys and the true victims are children.  He has now violated Judicial Canon 3B, basically a fundamental fairness rule that states when a judge admits to being biased against a parent he must recuse himself. We the taxpayers are now paying for his lack of ethics in the Family Court. 

Paper him here, help block from being a judge in our family courts, and have him moved to traffic court. We will paper against him in 2020 so he will not be re-elected.

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