Monthly Archives: December 2015

  1. WATCH THIS VIDEO: Contact 13 Special: Guardianship Under Fire In Las Vegas, Nevada. They are fixing Flaws in Guardianship Laws.

    December 31, 2015 by Lulu

    Watch This Video: Contact 13 special presentation. Darcy Spears has an in-depth look at the guardianship system in Nevada and …
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  2. Colorado Courts lack of accountability, transparency highlighted: Colorado Supreme Court Justice Nancy Rice makes Watchdog list of “Scariest People of 2015″

    December 30, 2015 by Lulu

    NO ACCOUNTABILITY: The Colorado courts have exempted themselves from open records laws and Chief Justice Nancy Rice has refused repeated requests to …
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  3. TRANSPARENCY ADVOCATE: State Sen. John Kefalas is looking at legislation to expand records accessibility.

    December 18, 2015 by Lulu

    A state senator plans legislation next session requiring that electronic databases be released in the same format as governments are keeping …
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  4. TOGETHER, WE CAN DO THIS! Step 3 done for The Honest Judge Amendment to be put on the ballot. Petitions are now available for download at www.judicialintegrity.org

    December 13, 2015 by Lulu

     Step 3 done for The Honest Judge Amendment. Petitions are now available for download at www.judicialintegrity.org. Download. Print. Obtain signatures. …
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  5. Step 2 done for The Honest Judge Amendment. We have a title! The Honest Judge Amendment met the single subject requirement because it simply transfers the power to discipline judges to the Independent Ethics Commission.

    December 4, 2015 by Lulu

    The Judicial Integrity Project   December 2, 2015 Step 2 done for The Honest Judge Amendment. We have a title! We …
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  6. Colorado gets D+ grade in 2015 State Integrity Investigation. Ethics Enforcement Agencies Gets a Grade F and Ranks 44th. For Probate Courts F.A.C.E.U.S. feels anything above F is overly generous.

    December 1, 2015 by Lulu

    In 2012, a ruling by the state Court of Appeals affirming the judicial branch as exempt from some aspects of the Colorado …
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