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Corruption in Santa Clara County Superior Court, Social Services and County Counsel

Amanda Ruiz
Prominent Northern California activist and community leader: Cary-Andrew Crittenden conducts video interview with Scotty Harris and Francine Jeanette Stephens about their experiences with Santa Clara County Social Services, the Santa Clara County Counsel and State Court System. Several individuals believe that they have been railroaded by the Court System and many believe that Judge Socrates Manoukian (and other judges) have a collusive relationship with one another. As Mr. Crittenden has pointed out, there are several examples in which it appears the when a Probate Court Case (Dept. 3) of an individual conserved by the Santa Clara County Public Guardian, and a party to the probate court case was also a party to a civil court case, then the civil court case would be assigned to Judge Socrates Manoukian who would then skew the judgment in the Probate Court Case to the advantage and benefit of Santa Clara County Government Officials. Scotty Harris and Francine Stevens describe their experience with Judge Socrates Manoukian, in which it appears very similar to the others. Instead of this involving a probate court case in Department 3, it involved a case in Family Court. Family Court works with CPS (Child Protective Services) in much the same way that Probate Court works with the Santa Clara Public Guardian. The Public Guardian’s Office and CPS are both Subdivisions of Santa Clara County Department of Social Services and are represented by the Santa Clara County Counsel. Corruption in Probate Court is very similar to the corruption in Family Court. These are like two heads of the same dragon.
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