"A Real Small Claims Thriller"

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Think about the strategies that took place in this small claims case as if it were a game of chess. One move after another.....Each move by the court to violate Ford's rights to a hearing. Each move by Ford to assure that the public would be aware of his struggle. 


In the links above, Ford initiated the action against Judge Robison after reading the
“McKenna Transcript”.


Ford’s response after reading these slanderous remarks made by Judge Robison, was to take this action to be Commission On Judicial Performance. Ford wrote a letter to the commission.
"Letter To Commission”


The Commission On Judicial Performance respondent to Ford’s complaint.
“Commission Response”


After Ford’s complaint was dismissed by the commission, Ford filed a Small Claims lawsuit.
“Ford’s Small Claim Lawsuit”


Judge Robison filed a motion to have the case dismissed without making an appearance.
“Robison’s Motion To Dismiss”


Ford then responded by opposing Robison’s Motion To Dismiss.
“Ford Response To Robison Motion”


Ford then created and filed trial briefs. Ford knew that the motions or the court case would never be heard publicly because the court would not put a fellow judge into the position of making an appearance. Ford knew that his due process would be violated, so he filed these briefs prior to the court date, so that his entire action could be viewed by the public. “Ford’s Trial Briefs”.


In the links below, documentation that the Board Of Supervisors (BOS) and the Alternate Defense Services (ADS) do not want the public to read. These links explain why Pro Per defendants have a right to due process of law and how these two County Governmental organizations are violating Pro Per Defendants. Judges and the judiciary can not interfere with indigent defendants defense. “The State Bar Of California Guidelines On Indigent Defense Delivery Systems”


The “California Code Of Judicial Ethics”  The Canon’s mandate how a judge is to be impartial in these defense matters, and not to even give the impression that they are not impartial. The ADS judge violates these ethics each time they force an investigator or expert on an indigent defendant against their will. 


The “California Sunshine Laws”  The BOS and the ADS violate these laws because they will not let YOU the PUBLIC, know about the organization, structure, meetings, and policy. These organization will not disclose to YOU the PUBLIC the thousands and thousands of dollars that they spent of YOUR money fighting Pro Per’s rights to chose investigators and experts. 


The “Anti-Trust laws”. The laws that allow the public, businesses, and organization to compete fairly on the procurement of government contracts. Judges give these contracts to their friends and associates, bypassing the procurement process.