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Family Law

I spy …


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A.      Judge Neal Cabrinha, Santa Clara Family Court.  Protector of perjurious attorneys Stefan Kennedy and Tamara Costa.  Motion for disqualification filed and in process.

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B.      Judge Lynn Duryee, Marin County, California. Selected by the Supreme Court of California to decide whether Judge Cabrinha should be disqualified. She is a member of the Supreme Court’s Commission for Impartial Courts.

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C.      Associate Justice Ming W. Chin of the Supreme Court of California and Chairman of the Supreme Court’s Commission for Impartial Courts.

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.http://usf.usfca.edu/law/news/stories/blakeay.html

Judge M. Lynn Duryee ’79 of the Marin County Superior Court, Judge Neal A. Cabrinha ’64 of the Santa Clara County Superior Court, and Justice Ming W. Chin ’67 of the California Supreme Court serving as guest “panel judges” at The University of San Francisco School of law annual competition event.  All three are USF Law Alums. Their service as “judges” reunited Cabrinha and Chin, who partnered as a moot court team as students.

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Nice try guys 🙂

October 25, 2011 Posted by | Family Law, Law | , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , , | 4 Comments