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1995

CJA's September 6, 1995 letter to Paul D. Kamenar, Executive Legal Director
   -- transmitting copy of file of Doris L. Sassower v. Commission on Judicial Conduct of the State of NY
   -- transmitting cert papers in Article 78-Doris L. Sassower v. Mangano, et al.      
   -- transmitting CJA's December 9, 1994 testimony before Long-Range Planning Committee of the Judicial Conference
    
CJA's September 14, 1995 letter Paul D. Kamenar

Note from Paul Kamenar

Note from Paul Kamenar, rec'd November 2, 1995


1998

CJA's September 11, 1998 letter to Paul Kamenar --
"RE: Amicus and other assistance, Sassower v. Mangano, et al., Supreme Court #98-06"
   Ex. A: Paul Kamenar's testimony at the 5/1/92 hearing of the National Commission
            on Judicial Discipline & Removal
   Ex. B: WLF website pages "Litigation" & "Publications"
   Ex. C: NYLJ item, 5/28/98
   Ex. D: CJA's 9/6/95 letter to Paul Kamenar
   Ex. E-1: "Comm'n Abandons Investigative Mandate", CJA's letter to the editor,
               NYLJ,  8/14/95
   Ex. E-2: "A Call for Concerted Action", CJA's $1,650 ad, NYLJ, 11/20/96
   Ex. E-3:  "Restraining 'Liars in the Courtroom' and on the Public Payroll",
                   CJA's $3,077 ad, NYLJ, 8/27/97
   Ex. F: "Without Merit: The Empty Promise of Judicial Discipline", by Elena Sassower,
            The Long Term View (Massachusetts School of Law), summer 1997

        
SEE: Test Cases-Federal (Mangano)


2004

CJA's June 9, 2004 memo to organizations on the right -- "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..."
  --
enclosing CJA's June 8, 2004 memo to organizations on the left and supposedly "non-partisan" purporting to promote citizen participation &/or involving themselves with issues of judicial selection -- "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..."

         SEE: Paper Trail to Jail in "Disruption of Congress" case

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 to Paul Kamenar -- "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"
        
          SEE
"Disruption of Congress"- DC Court of Appeals
                     (6/28/05 appellant's brief & supplemental fact statement)

May 27, 2005 e-mail from Paul Kamenar

CJA's August 23, 2005 memo to Paul Kamenar -- "RE: AMICUS CURIAE BRIEFS ARE DUE NOVEMBER 14, 2005 in the Consolidated Appeals of the 'Disruption of Congress' Case, Elena Ruth Sassower v. United States of America"


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"

                 SEE:  "Disruption of Congress" - US Supreme Court
                                         (see 8/17/07 cert petition)

2008

CJA's May 5, 2008 memo to Paul Kamenar, Executive Legal Director -- "RE: Queries on Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) Federal Judiciary’s New Rules for Federal Judicial Discipline; (2) Breyer Committee & its Report; (3) Proposed Congressional Legislation for an Inspector General for the Judicial Branch;    (4) Resolution to Impeach U.S. District Judge Manuel Real; (5) Proposed Revision to Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

CJA's May 30, 2008 memo  -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980
                     SEE:   Judicial Discipline-Federal

 

 
 

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