We can question the suspicious court actions further. An look into why it is that I still cannot find an 80 page motion filed 12/07 in the courts by public defender Karen Adkins on behalf of Mr. Juarez. This motion contained allegations of misconduct and asked for both the judge to recuse himself and demanded the court to take some type of administrative action against prosecutor Dozer. I am sure this 80 page motion must be extremely damaging thus the reason it is unavailable for review.
So than why am I so upset today and risk maybe putting myself in harms way again? Because I have already personally experinced Judicial Misconduct and was almost sent to prison to serve 2 life sentences for absolutely nothing. That almost happen because Superior Court Judge Brian Hill an prosecutors Mary Barron and Greg Boller made personal decisions to abuse there positions an tried to ruin my life. An with so little thought, they spend more time deciding what fuel to use in there vehicle than what the ramifications of there abuse will have on those forced to endure it. Please do not take my word for it simply go to the court house and review the charges and contents of Superior court files 1185728, 1189598, 1211869, 1213063,1212944. I was illegally charged with 7 strike-able offenses. After you complete your review in the criminal courts move over to the civil division. Pull and review my divorce 1187442, or civil litigation 1220573. When you finish there you can review the illegal foreclosure and transfer of my home at 1721 Chino street 93101. Not once but 3 separate times and all were illegally done in my name. I am upset here today because even as I write you my choices are not entirely all my own, but what can I do? I am upset today because I read in yesterdays paper it seems Judge Anderson is being forced to partake in actions not of his choice. It seems he is trying to let us know what transpired in his court room were not his actions but rather more behind the door manipulations in our Superior Court. Please take note on how Judge Anderson makes a specific mention it must be a "TRIAL JUDGE" there is a reason for that. "Judge Anderson said that he had been ordered by an assistant presiding judge to assign the case to a trial judge and set the matter for Department 2, where Judge Brian Hill presides. Below is the story I am referencing to."
http://www.thedailysound.com/111610-GANG-SUSPECTS-APPEAR-IN-COURT By JAMES ZOLTAK -- NOV. 16, 2010
Santa Barbara four accused in fatal Eastside beat-down appear in court
Please Note that last year; January 5 2009 assignment Changes in the Superior Court.
So than is Judge Anderson claiming misconduct by the "assistant presiding Judge" in regards to his assignment of the preliminary hearing to department 2 and Judge Hill?
This is not the first time Judge Brian Hill has participated in calendering abuse. He was involved in the Juarez preliminary hear and also had the case below transferred to himself as well.
Robles Pleads Not Guilty to Murder Charge
Court Assigns Attorney for Man Accused of Hendry’s Beach Killing
Now I have questioned many times before what is the motive behind such actions in our Superior Court. When you take into consideration that until you are bound over for Trail after the conclusion of a preliminary hearing there is no need for participation from a trial Judge. A Trial Judges time is far better spent on cases ready for trial. Judge Brian Hill has already had to push back his calendering of two long waiting murder trials into early next year this move makes no sense.
When you consider the lack of actions against Peter Jeschke you have to wonder is there a double standard in who is prosecuted and how? I have include just a few more examples for you to consider, and answer does a double standard exist in Santa Barbara?
Byline: Marianne McCarthy Special to the Daily News
SANTA BARBARA Santa Barbara (săn'tə bär`brə, –bərə), city (1990 pop. 85,571), seat of Santa Barbara co., S Calif., on the Pacific Ocean; inc. 1850. - Even though he was convicted of second-degree murder as an adult, Graham Pressley, 19, was sentenced as a juvenile Tuesday for his part in the 2000 slaying of 15-year-old Nick Markowitz of West Hills.
Finding a middle ground between the defense's request for probation and the prosecution's call for a sentence of 18 years to life in state prison, Superior Court Judge William Gordon William Gordon may refer to: sentenced Pressley to the California Youth Authority's Ventura facility until his 25th birthday.
Pressley had been free on bail since last November, when a jury found him guilty of murder. During a previous trial, a jury acquitted him of a charge of kidnapping Nick, but deadlocked on the murder charge.