Justice Lisa A. Sokoloff

Corrupt New York State Supreme Court Justice Lisa A Sokoloff

UNCONSTITUTIONAL: NEW YORK GUARDIANSHIP JUDGE “GAGS” PETER MAX’S DAUGHTER, LAWYERS, AND OTHERS – DENYING MEDIA ACCESS AND FORBIDDING COMMUNICATION WITH THE PUBLIC OR THE PRESS – IN EXTRAORDINARY COURT ORDER Libra Max, Whistleblower and Advocate Against Guardianship Abuse, Represented by Civil Rights Law Firm Emery Celli Brinckerhoff Abady Ward & Maazel, LP, Faces Sanctions for Violating Order Judge LISA A. SOKOLOFF Part 19 Guardianship Part ADDRESS: 60 Centre Street, New York, NY 10007 Chambers: Room 631 Phone: (646) 386-4647 Courtroom: Room 540 Phone: (646) 386-3979 Law Clerk: Esther Fernando, Esq. Assistant Law Clerk: Erik A. Schlein, Esq. E-mail: SFC-Part19-Clerk@nycourts.gov September… Continue reading


JUDICIAL CORRUPTION SOLUTION WHY IS THIS LEGISLATION NEEDED: This is a response to the systemic emergency judicial crisis in California existing since 1985 when individual counties and courts commenced paying State Superior Court judges sitting on State Superior Courts for their counties “supplemental or local judicial benefits” in addition to the State compensation (salary and benefits) paid to the judges by the State causing disparity in judges judicial salary and benefits, double taxation for citizens and residents in the “paying counties”, “unconstitutional (unlawful) ‘supplemental local judicial benefit payments’” to the judges resulting in 90% of California’s Superior Court judges receiving… Continue reading

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History of SBX 211 and AB 2960 SBX 2 11 Commencing in the mid to late 1980s California Counties and State Superior Courts began paying State Superior Court judges (Trial Court judges) payments in addition to their State Compensation. These payments were called “Supplemental or Local Judicial Benefit Payments” (payments). California Constitution, Article VI, Section 19, required Judicial State Compensation could only be set by the California Legislature. The payments were held to violate the California Constitution in Sturgeon v. County of Los Angeles, 167 Cal.App.4th 630 (2008), Review Denied, 2009). In response, the California Legislature approved and Governor Schwarzenegger… Continue reading


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