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Richard I. Fine's Judicial Lynching - by Stephen Lendman
The Law Offices of Richard I. Fine & Associates (richardfinelaw.com) web site says he established the firm in 1974. His credentials include a Doctor of Law from the University of Chicago, a Ph.D in International Law from the London School of Economics, a Certificate from the Hague Academy of International Law, among his many other awards, including Lawyer of the Decades 1976 - 2006.
He's also been widely published in legal journals with regard to antitrust, comparative and international law. Fine's resume is long and impressive.
Before entering private practice, he "founded and was chief of the first municipal antitrust division in the United States, for the City of Los Angeles." He was also Special Counsel to the Government Efficiency Committee of the LA City Council, and a member of the US Department of Justice Antitrust Division.
In addition, he practiced law in London and with another firm before establishing his own. He was also Norway's Southern California Consul General.
Background on Fine's Case
Detailed information can be found on Home (Free Richard fine)....(sites.google.com/site/freerichardfine/Home), established by his friends and associates seeking justice in return for Fine's years of public service as a taxpayer-advocate attorney.
From the early 1990s until his illegal disbarment and March 4, 2009 jailing, Fine challenged and corrected state corruption, returning about "$350 million to California taxpayers which state, county and municipal governments (unlawfully took from) 'special funds' and 'trust funds' in a series of taxpayer cases filed in federal" and state courts, specifically:
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