Allegations of personal indiscretions by the former chief justice of the California Supreme Court have surfaced yet again.
Relaying on an anonymous source, Marina Del Rey-based legal scholar Dan Dydzak is now telling Judicial Council Watcher that Ronald George “cavorted with party girls.”
Justice Ronald M. George, “somebody who understands the need to play hard,” as conveyed by Beth Jay to the Cal Bar Journal, is seen in the above picture at his chamber in San Francisco. (Photo: courtesy)
Previously, a San Fernando Valley-based community activist made similar allegations against the deposed chief justice. According to knowledgeable sources, the revelations dealing with George’s indiscretion — which were also memorialized in a complaint submitted to the California Commission on Judicial Performance — were behind George’s abrupt departure from the court.
As previously reported, confidential sources maintain that actor and community activist Perry F. Caravello recently sent a letter to Associate Justice Kennedy of the U.S. Supreme Court alleging various acts of professional misconduct as well as alleged transgressions relating to Justice George’s personal conduct and the alleged involvement of Beth Jay in arranging various transactions.
Asked to opine on the credibility of Dydzak and his sources, sources maintain that it is not uncommon to initially doubt Dydzak, as well as the truth and veracity of his claim. However, “Dydzak proved me wrong,” the source stated. “I also underwent a similar process to that of Wendy Darling and others ” the source continued. “Dydzak is very well connected, both in West Los Angeles/Beverly Hills where many of his former clients live and socialize, and as far as having sources deep within the California Supreme Court and the State Bar of California,” the source added. “My rule when dealing with Dydzak is trust but verify,” the source concluded.
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