Saturday, July 28, 2012

[Victims of Court Corruption] Is the California State Bar a Corporation?

Is The California State Bar a Corporation?

Brad, allow me to make a correction to your words below, i.e., "The State Bar is a public corporation in the judicial branch of state government." Such statement is incorrect. I personally was on the phone with a gentleman named Lee, in a conference call to with the California Bar Association. When questioned by Lee, I heard with my own ears the secretary of the California State Bar state that it has not been a corporation since 1949.

Can we rely upon their own testimony when they themselves state that they are not a California Corporation? Perhaps a search of the existing list of California corporations is in order. I just know personally what they themselves said.

Ron Branson

Brad Henschel wrote:

Investigator II (Downtown)

Date: 2012-07-17, 10:19AM PDT
Reply to: see below [Errors when replying to ads?]

Investigator II
$63, 996 per year
The State Bar of California
Offices: Los Angeles
Office of the Chief Trial Counsel

The State Bar is a public corporation in the judicial branch of state government. The State Bar seeks an Investigator for the Office of the Chief Trial Counsel. The Chief Trial Counsel is responsible for the intake, investigations, trials and prosecution of allegations of attorney misconduct. 

The Investigator investigates complaints of attorney misconduct made by the general public, courts and other parties. In addition the investigator determines what evidence is needed to support the allegations, collects evidence, researches case and statutory law and interviews witnesses to determine the appropriate course of action.

Must have knowledge of techniques & procedures of investigations, rules of evidence, court procedures, methods to locate persons, effective interviewing techniques, excellent written/verbal communication, organizational, and computer and case management skills.

BA/BS in law or criminal justice. Relevant investigation experience. Must be bondable with CA driver¬'s license. Auto insurance required

The State Bar of California offers a unique compensation package including, 7.25 work days, health insurance, paid holidays (14), vacation, CalPERS Retirement, saving plans, ride share subsidy, and more.

Applicants must apply by mailing these items: Cover letter, Application, & resume. Obtain employment applications at:

Mail To:

The State Bar of California
Office of Human Resources
1149 South Hill Street
Los Angeles, CA 90015-2299
FAX: 213.765.1109

  • Location: Downtown
  • Compensation: $63, 996
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[Victims of Court Corruption] I have been abused by a judge.... Can I sue her?

Sharon, you have heard the saying, "The King can do no wrong!" Our Founding Fathers opposed this position, and signed the Declaration of Independence, and wrote a Constitution countering such assertion. Thomas Jefferson greatly contended that the impeachment process against judges was merely a scarecrow.

By our failure to contend for what our Founding Fathers fought and died for, we allowed judges to rule themselves immune from lawsuits even when done maliciously in defiance of the Constitution they swore to uphold and defend. Thus, we have allowed the judges to reinstate a judicial version of what the King of England asserted, and that is, "Judges can do no wrong! The only answer is JAIL4Judges,! There is no other way!

Ron Branson

Sharon Stephens wrote:

I had a judge who sat on a case and she knew she had no jurisdiction, and accepted judicial benefits, and...

Falsely incarcerated me!

Can I sue her???

Will it do any good to complain?

Sharon Stephens
10355 Mills Avenue  #312
Montclair, CA  91763