PUT SACRAMENTO JUDGE PETER MCBRIEN ON PAID LEAVE!
ALERT! Judge Peter J. McBrien's CJP hearing to start on Wednesday, April 1, 2009. THIS FOOL WILL GET HIS DAY IN COURT. However, as much as we appreciate the CJP's efforts, that is not good enough. Their subsequent deliberations and if convicted, McBrien's appeal could draw-out this hearing for six months or more. McBrien needs to be put on paid leave immediately - NOW! Read and sign our petition below. WE NEED 1,000 signatures! When a police officer is involved in a shooting, they are put on paid administrative leave pending the outcome of an investigation. Tulsa Transit General Manager Bill Cartwright and comptroller Shirley Wenzel have recently been put on paid administrative leave for 60 days pending the outcome of an independent audit of their transit system. Last year, Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin placed one of her aides on paid leave until an investigator finished looking into accusations that her team broke ethics or personnel rules. So, pending his unprecedented second inquiry by the California Commission on Judicial Performance, [Notice of Formal Proceedings that was announced on September 25, 2008], why is Sacramento Superior Court judge Peter "Chainsaw" McBrien still on the bench and not on paid administrative leave He should be. Taxpayers, court staff as well as current petitioners and respondents in family court deserve a judge free of the appearance of impropriety. As a point of reference, Mize practiced family law in front of McBrien for about a decade. By supporting this petition, you're joining others in demanding that Sacramento presiding judge James Mize immediately place judge McBrien on paid administrative leave - not as a symbol of guilt but as a respect for transparency. Judge Mize, you insist that [our] request be in writing - here you go! UlfCarlsson.org