California’s Lack of Due Process challenged in the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals – Indefinite Driving License Suspension for a STOP sign violation;

Ninth Circuit Case Number 14 – 1 6 8 5 8 California continues to indefinitely suspend driving license for an alleged STOP Sign violation and denies hearing before a Judge Imagine receiving an anonymous & unsigned ‘Order of Suspension’ suspending your Driving License for an unspecified Failure to Appear (FTA). One could go to the…

Department of Justice Spying on Doctors & Patients

Whistle blower is Dr. Sharon Levine, President, California Medical Board California Department of Justice is Spying on Doctors & Patients March 11 2013, before Joint session of California Senate and Assembly AND Senate committee on Business and Professions Chair:  Senator Curren Price (Moved to City Council of Los Angeles) Vice Chair:  Senator Bill Emmerson (sudden…

Federal Court requested to Renew California Driving License

Mr. Sheikh’s driving license was set to expire in January 2012. On several occasions, Mr. Sheikh requested California to renew his driving license. After unsuccessful attempts, Plaintiff has sought help from the federal Court to intervene and to restore his driving license. Here is link to the lawsuit. Previously California has yet to issue a…

The Worst News in HealthCare is not Antibiotic Resistance

The worst news in healthcare is not antibiotic resistance, drug-drug interactions, hospital acquired infections, lack of communication between systems of medical records, and certainly not the alarming rate of obesity in our youth.    The worst news is the increasing number of dissatisfied, frankly angry physicians!   The physician has been the direct target of…

‘Unlawful Alien’ or ‘Undocumented Alien’

In re Sergio Garcia,  California Supreme Court used a neutral term ‘undocumented alien’ as opposed to previously accepted terms ‘unlawful alien’ or ‘illegal alien’. Justice Chin took on the issue in his separate concurring opinion. Concurring Opinion By Chin, J.  The majority opinion does not acknowledge it, but just over three years ago, in Martinez…