Kitsap Superior Court Jennifer Forbes refused to disqualify herself under law, see RCW 2.28.030(1) and refused to recuse herself under law, see RCW 4.12.050, so she could use a court rule, 12(b)(6) motion to dismiss, a case against lawyers, Felice Congalton, Associate Director of the WSBA and J. Reiko Callner, Executive Director of the Commission on Judicial Conduct. Read the complaint at this link Cause quo warranto v Callner Congalton (1)-signed
What is even more absurd is that the lawsuit was to be heard by Judge Mills, but was transferred to Judge Forbes for unknown reasons. Judge Forbes and I have had major disagreements over her character when Forbes was candidate for the judicial seat. In fact, here is a link to a story published June 2013 Jennifer Forbes, citizens beware!
Given this clear conflict of interest there is no need to try to understand Forbes’ logic in reaching her decision to dismiss a lawsuit filed by me against two fellow attorneys who belong to the ‘regulatory agency’ that oversees the conduct of attorneys and judges.
WA State Supreme Court as made it clear in the case, WA State Labor Counsel v Reed 149 Wn.2d 48, 64 (2003)
“To permit branches to measure their own authority would quickly subvert the principle that state governments, while governments of general powers, must govern by the consent of the people as expressed by the constitution.”
Clearly Forbes believes this is meant only for the other two branches.
MORE to this story to come.