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1994


CJA’s August 2, 1994 letter
      -- transmitting 1992 case-study critique of federal judicial selection & three correspondence compendia


CJA’s November 14, 1994 letter
    -- enclosing "Where Do You Go When Judges Break the Law?"

CJA’s December 20, 1994 letter
     -- enclosing CJA's December 9, 1994 testimony before Long Range Planning Committee of the Judicial Conference

1996

CJA’s September 26, 1996 letter
     -- enclosing CJA's January 17, 1995 letter to NYT Managing Editor Gene Roberts

                SEE:  Paper Trail of Suppression, Protectionism, & Blackballing by The New York Times


CJA’s December 4, 1996 letter
     -- enclosing CJA's October 15, 1996 nomination to Project Censored of The New York Times

                SEE: Press Suppression-Project Censored


1997

CJA’s January 2, 1997 letter

CJA’s January 23, 1997 letter

CJA’s February 14, 1997 letter

CJA’s February 24, 1997 letter
    -- enclosing CJA's June 28, 1996 letter to Senate Judiciary Committee Chairman Hatch 
                                             SEE: Judicial Selection - Federal (1996)

     CJA's August 13, 1996 letter to Alliance for Justice
     CJA's August 19, 1996 letter to Common Cause
   

              
CJA’s February 27, 1997 birthday fax
CJA's February 27, 1997 birthday card

Ed Kelley's February 26, 1997 note
 

CJA’s March 11, 1997 letter
  --enclosing CJA's February 4, 1997 letter to Appleseed Foundation

CJA’s May 1, 1997 letter

CJA’s May 27, 1997 letter
   -- enclosing CJA's May 14, 1997 testimony before the Association of the Bar of the City of NY


1998

CJA’s March 26, 1998 letter -- "RE: Hofstra Conference: 'Legal Ethics: Access to Justice', April 5, 1998 Opening Address by Ralph Nader" --returned
 -- enclosing "Restraining 'Liars in the Courtroom' and on the Public Payroll"; "True Believers"; "Without Merit: The Empty Promise of Judicial Discipline";
    ALSO CJA's February 12, 1998 letter to Arthur Sulzberger, Jr. & his February 18, 1998 response; CJA's November 12, 1998 letter to Sut Jhally
                  [SEE: Press Suppression-Project Censored]

(cc) CJA’s April 7, 1998 letter
    p. 110 from "Citizen Action and Other Big Ideas"


(cc) CJA’s June 26, 1998 letter

CJA’s July 13, 1998 letter -- "RE: Soliciting your endorsement of CJA's story proposal to Brill's Content"
  -- enclosed July 8, 1998 story proposal to Brill's Content


1999

CJA’s February 19, 1999 letter
  -- enclosed CJA's press release-House Judiciary Committee
 -- enclosed CJA's press release-Justice Rehnquist & Supreme Court


2002

CJA’s March 14, 2002 letter -- "RE: Your assistance in developing our non-partisan, non-profit citizens' organizations, Center for Judicial Accountability, Inc."
  -- enclosed
CJA's July 3, 2001 letter to Senator Schumer

2003

CJA's June 16, 2003 memo -- "RE: Championing Basic Citizen Rights -- and the Vital Importance of Citizen Participation in Federal Judicial Selection"
            SEE: Paper Trail to Jail in "Disruption of Congress" case
 
CJA's September 10, 2003 memo
     -- enclosing CJA's September 10, 2003 letter to Constitution Project-Courts Initiative


2004

CJA's June 8, 2004 memo --
"RE: Your (On-Going) Responsibility to 'Champion Basic Citizen Rights -- and the Vital Importance of Citizen Participation in Federal Judicial Selection' at Issue in the 'Disruption of Congress' case of United States of America v. Elena Ruth Sassower..."

cc: CJA's June 9, 2004 memot --
"RE: Your (On-Going) Responsibility to 'Champion Basic Citizen Rights -- and the Vital Importance of Citizen Participation in Federal Judicial Selection' at Issue in the 'Disruption of Congress' case of United States of America v. Elena Ruth Sassower..."

CJA's June 10, 2004 draft memo of law on the unconstitutionality of the "disruption of Congress" statute


2005

CJA's May 27, 2005 memo -- "RE: Furthering 'Basic Citizen Rights -- and the Vital Importance of Citizen Participation in Federal Judicial Selection', as well as Fundamental Judicial Accountability by your Amicus Curiae and Other Assistance in the Appeal of the 'Disruption of Congress' Case, Elena Ruth Sassower v. United States of America"
        
CJA's August 23, 2005 memo
           SEE "Disruption of Congress"-- Appeal: DC Court of Appeals
                 
  (6/28/05 appellant's brief & supplemental fact statement)

2007

CJA's June 22, 2007 memo --
           "RE: Championing Basic Citizen Rights, the Vital Importance of Citizen Participation in
             Federal Judicial Selection, and Fundamental Judicial Accountability by Your Amicus Curiae
             Support for U.S. Supreme Court Review of the Cert Petition in the 'Disruption of Congress' Case"
                 

              
                 
CJA's August 24, 2007 memo --
          "RE: Championing Basic Citizen Rights, the Vital Importance of Citizen Participation in Federal Judicial 
           Selection, and Fundamental Judicial Accountability by your amicus curiae support for the filed and
           docketed cert petition in the 'disruption of Congress' case"
                     
 
               cc: August 24, 2007 e-mail response from Bob Thompson
                       

 


 

 

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