Right From the Gate, Federal Judge Dolly Gee Shows Her Hand in Favor of The CA State Bar
January 19, 2012 § 1 Comment
U.S. District Court Judge Dolly Gee is the next in line to preside over Erin Baldwin’s Section 1983 Civil Rights Case against The State Bar of California, et al. First, Magistrate Sheri Pym – gone. Next Federal Judge David O. Carter – gone. Now, the new kid on the block at the Western Division shows how far judges will go to protect the California State Bar.
While we like to give everyone the benefit of the doubt, today once again, the power of The State Bar was evident in the Central District Court of California. A little bird told us that Central District Chief Judge Audrey B. Collins has a standing edict:
Thou Shalt Not Rule Against The State Bar of California
So, they carefully chose Judge Dolly Gee to fill the “I Don’t Have to Follow the Rules” heels of Magistrate Sheri Pym and “My Ego is Too Big to Be Bothered” combat boots of Judge David O. Carter.
Judge Gee’s Order basically says “we don’t give a rip that this case is on appeal, we’re going to go ahead and rule on Orange County Superior Court Judge Franz E. Miller’s Motion to Dismiss because he has nothing to do with the appeal anyway.” Excuse me? But ruling on Judge Miller’s Motion is the same as dismissing the State Bar. Here’s why: Judge Miller is the central bad guy in this case who intentionally violated Miss Baldwin’s First Amendment rights in 2009 as “a favor” to the State Bar.
You see, Miss Baldwin was writing articles about how the State Bar was not taking responsibility for all their attorney members who were screwing people on loan modifications. She was encouraging consumers in foreclosure to seek restitution by way of the alleged “State Bar Client Security Fund” and when the apps were routinely rejected, she announced she was going to file a Writ of Mandate with the Court of Appeal to force them to do so.
However, Miss Baldwin is not an attorney so the State Bar had no direct way of retaliating against her, as they have against so many attorneys who have had the balls to stand up against them. So, instead, they cozied up with Judge Franz E. Miller who was ever so grateful to Tom Layton (California State Bar Investigator) for chosing him to be a judge on the superior court while he sat on the judicial selection committee of Governor Gray Davis in 2002. So when Layton came a callin’ with a favor of his own … why, of course I’ll enter two permanent injunctions against Baldwin to shut her the hell up. What are friends for, anyway?
The problem is … that’s breaking the law. For the past 3 years Erin Baldwin has been subjected to ongoing civil and criminal retaliatory prosecution that make up the claims in her Section 1983 Civil Right Complaint. And guess what, the injunctions were never even valid. But do you think you’re going to get anyone to admit that? Here they are:
Injunction No. 1: Parsa Injunction
Injunction No. 2: UDR Injunction
So, if you’re wondering why Miss Baldwin is having so many problems getting her claims heard in federal court you can thank the State Bar of California and their enormous influence over all judges in this state. Apparently, Judge Dolly Gee is just another puppet. Dismissing Baldwin’s claims against Judge Miller is the same as dismissing the claims against The California State Bar. So, what’s it going to be, Judge Gee?
Here’s the Order: Order 011912 Judge Miller MTD