Family Court Corruption - Whistleblower Emily Gallup Exposes California Court Misconduct:
California family court whistleblower Emily Gallup describes family court corruption, collusion and the lack of accountability in the documentary Divorce Corp. Gallup reveals that her family court co-workers and supervisors were "cutting corners" and not following state law and established policies and procedures. The California Judicial Council does not provide oversight and accountability of California trial courts, Gallup learned when she asked for help. Sacramento Family Court whistleblowers and watchdogs have documented the same types of problems, and worse. Court administrator and employee misconduct claims made by court reform advocates were investigated by Sacramento Family Court News and found to be credible. SFCN has published a number of reports about judge, employee and court administrator misconduct.
Sacramento County Superior Court judges include Robert C. Hight, Laurie M. Earl, James M. Mize, Peter J. McBrien, Matthew J. Gary, Jaime R. Roman, Sharon A. Lueras, Bunmi O. Awoniyi, Steven M. Gevercer, Thadd A. Blizzard, Tami R. Bogert, Keven J. McCormick, and Kevin R. Culhane. California Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani Cantil-Sakauye is a former Sacramento Family Court judge. California Judicial Branch oversight and accountability is the responsibility of Commission on Judicial Performance Director Victoria B. Henley, California State Auditor Elaine M. Howle, Judicial Council Director Steven E. Jahr, Supreme Court Chief Justice Tani G. Cantil-Sakauye, State Bar of California Chief Trial Counsel Jayne Kim, 3rd District Court of Appeal Justice Vance Raye, and U.S. Attorneys Benjamin B. Wagner and Melinda L. Haag. The officers of the Sacramento County Bar Association Family Law Executive Committee are Elaine V. Van Beveren, Fredrick S. Cohen, Paula D. Salinger, and Gregory W. Dwyer.