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Pacific Legal Foundation's Robin Rivett, Meriem Hubbard, and James Burling Asked to Opine on Matters Relating to Judy Johnson's CCPF and CAUSE's Mi

Sacramento-based Pacific Legal Foundation President Robin Rivett, as
well as staff-attorneys Meriem Hubbard and James Burling have been
publicly asked by TLR to opine on events relating to CAUSE's Ming Chin
and Judy Johnson's CCPF

(Image:courtesy PLF)

California Supreme Court Associate-Justice Ming W. Chin and CAUSE

As was previously reported, Supreme Court of California Associate
Justice Ming W. Chin has abruptly quit his position recently with the
Center for Asian Americans United for Self Empowerment ("CAUSE"). The
resignation took place amidst an ongoing investigation by the
California Commission on Judicial Performance.

The formal ethics complaint

Added: Jan-12-2012 Occurred On: Jan-12-2012
By: lesliebrodie
Citizen Journalism
Tags: CAUSE, State Bar of California, Kerr & Wagstaffe, Judy Johnson, Ming Chin, CaliforniaALL, Gwen Moore, CPUC, Geoffrey Brown, CCPF, Pacific Legal Foundation, Supreme Court of California, Robin Rivett, Meriem Hubbard, James Burling
Location: Sacramento, California, United States (load item map)
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