Under Judge Patricia Lucas' management of Silicon Valley's court system, Trump supporters were beaten, family court protestors were arrested, media was blacklisted, and family lawyers hijacked a new courthouse as they separated families, harmed children, stole from old people and bankrupted women in divorce cases.
The county is quickly becoming the greatest legal threat to families and First Amendment Issues in the country.
Silicon Valley Protesters Crash Judicial Council Public Comment
All Santa Clara County's presiding judge, Patricia Lucas, could do during Scott Largent's public comment at Friday's Judicial Council meeting in San Francisco was bow her head in shame, as Largent blasted the judge for separating families and having him arrested as he protested the role the courts played in separating him from his daughter's life.
Security guards and social media activists cheered Largent who arose at 6 a.m. and brought his signature Dad's Lives Matter sign and bullhorn with him to San Francisco in order to make the 8;30 a.m. meeting, after Judge Lucas declined to carpool with local activists she disfavors and stalks on court security cameras.
During his comments at the Judicial Council, Largent praised Sheriff Smith who stood up to Lucas after the media reported Lucas abused her power and singled out Largent in an effort to shut down parents protesting the new family courthouse that is running afoul.
Scott the protestor Largent has become known for using a megaphone to blast police departments, making thousands of public comments at Santa Clara County Board of Supervisor's meetings and picketing with parents who have lost custody of their children in divorce or custody cases. Largent has even used those public comments to blast Judge Lucas for using tax payer perks and not making meetings for the county's Public Safety and Justice Committee on time. Something Largent notes is never tolerated in court.
Judges and lawyers are unaccustomed to being video taped. Largent has been recording criminal and family law lawyers for months and has amassed a stockpile of videos he intends to make public in an effort to shame the legal community in the court of public opinion.
Largent has inspired others who are secretly recording their unscrupulous divorce lawyers, and court hearings where judges engage in favoritism and court reporters change transcripts for the lawyers who pay them the most often.
Recently Largent turned to shaming criminal and family lawyers caught on video not doing their jobs. Lawyers ignored by the State Bar and Santa Clara County's Kangaroo courts. A series on Thompson Sharkey is especially revealing and lawyers have been caught on video paying homeless people to deter Largent.
YouTube videos showing family court judge and former prosecutor, Stuart Scott sending Sheriffs to Largent's 88-year-old grandma's house for a bogus welfare check after Largent tried to file a complaint against judge Scott with the Commission on Judicial performance. The video now has nearly 14K views and is reportedly driving a wedge between top cops tired of corrupt judges abusing their power.
Friday's Judicial Council meeting proved one thing, the court of public opinion is moving to a new town square, and those in the legal system who have tried to control or contain dissent, and free speech, no longer can.
The evil done by individuals in our courts, will be visited upon them , and their children for years to come in a new world of social media where people record everything.
Judge Patricia Lucas' Legacy Online
In 2003 Patricia Lucas gave up her $720,000 annual income from Fenwick & West to become a judge, claiming she wanted to make a difference. Lucas then shamelessly strapped her sons on to support her image and claimed she wanted to support her son's college education and to make them proud. By the time modern day protestors get finished with Lucas, the world will see what difference Lucas made during her legal career, and her UC Berkeley professors and sons will not be proud,
Since 1995 parents have been picketing and protesting Santa Clara County's family courts, where attorney misconduct goes on as a matter of routine and where custody evaluators and accountants recklessly provide testimony that destroys the lives of families and children. This testimony is provided with immunity and approved by judges who know the experts are lying.
Children harmed by this system have grown up and have not forgotten what the courts have done. in the name of justice.
As early as 2016, just before she became presiding judge, protestors took up the recall efforts to recall Judge Persky, Patricia Lucas went to work , not improving access to justice, or assuring the best interest of children, but in scrubbing the repouation of lawyers and judges so they could withstand a media storm or governmental investigation that could likely come as the world began to notice Santa Clara County's legal system.
As Lucas used her new position, protestors used theirs and captured Lucas in video and photos at local bars and in conversations she won't want made public. But they are coming.
Lucas has also been caught destroying evidence and subverting or obstructing justice, and may soon follow Persky in leaving the bench without her pension.
Protestors are determined that Lucas retirement will be marked as was Judge Danser, who left the bench in disgrace as Lucas came in.
Divorce Mob Operating From Los Gatos, and Lucas Knew
Pamela Nuelman, the ex wife of a former Santa Clara County prosecutor, knows where the bodies are buried in Santa Clara County's family and criminal systems. Pam's stories are finally making it across the web, after being ignored by mainstream media for decades.
Pam, is also spearheading Silicon Valley's Innocent Family Project that is poised to start September 1, 2018, and that will design protests, social media campaigns and press events that will expose false claims of domestic violence, antitrust activity involving family lawyers, and how a network of cronies have used the legal system to separate families, bankrupt women and harm children.
The project is designed to use Change.org, YELP, Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat to connect with others and expose lawyers and judges who are following their pocketbooks more than the law.
Lucas' legal legacy will not be held in published cases, faux awards and political appointments, it will be held online where speech is free, anonymity can be secured, and where the modern day town square renders Lucas ineffective in arresting protestors or those who speak up about modern day divorce courts.