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California judiciary’s toothless watchdog

Posted By Paula Collis, Tuesday, May 10, 2016

The Commission on Judicial Performance is a little-known agency that has one of the most important jobs in California — to protect the public by investigating complaints against judges and disciplining misconduct. The commission is effectively responsible for maintaining the integrity of California’s courts.

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