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Call for Judicial Reform
Letter to Congress
1999 Sup. Court Petition
2001 Sup. Court Petition
Censure Judge Berrigan?
When you're controlling the ball, the compulsion is irresistible, but getting away with it is a gamble.
Carl Bernofsky, Ph.D.
6478 General Diaz Street
New Orleans, LA 70124February 18, 2003 The Honorable Jim Letten United States Attorney Eastern District of Louisiana 501 Magazine Street New Orleans, LA 70130 Dear Mr. Letten: I find it ironic that the government's investigation of corruption at the Gretna courthouse is being tried in the courtroom of Judge Ginger Berrigan as she herself was involved in case fixing far more serious than that leveled against Ronald Bodenheimer. In brief, Judge Berrigan first perjured herself by repeatedly failing to disclose that she worked for a defendant (Tulane University) as an instructor, then she accepted a cash payment at the same time she was adjudicating a case brought against it. Even Chief Judge Carolyn Dineen King (see enclosure) thought this conduct was improper. Clearly, Judge Berrigan lacks the moral authority to judge the honesty and integrity of others. No wonder the public is so cynical about the American system of justice. Yours truly, s/ Carl Bernofsky Carl Bernofsky (504) 486-4639 Enc: Opinion, US Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, Case No. 00-30704, filed April 10, 2001: Carl Bernofsky v. Administrators of the Tulane Educational Fund, Appeal from the US District Court for the Eastern District of Louisiana (USDC No. 98-CV-2102-C).
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