It’s been over two years since the SEC report came out, detailing the overreach and the wastefulness of the AOC/Judicial Council staff. The report’s authors concluded that the organization “must refocus on providing service to the courts; that a fundamental restructuring of the organization is needed; that the AOC must be down-sized to correspond with its core functions; and that its internal processes need to be improved.” Our leaders “took ownership” of the report and promised change. Said Justice Douglas Miller of the Executive and Planning Committee, “We are fully committed to this report and our process, and take full responsibility for preserving its integrity.” His remarks are documented here.
So did anything happen?
Not much. Not nearly enough. We’ve now had a day to read the California State Auditor’s detailed review of how the Judicial Council staff handles the money entrusted to it. The Alliance thanks Assembly Member…
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