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Richard Robinson — Former Lawmaker/Lobbyist Arrested on Suspicion of DUI (TLR Note In Re Robinson / Jeannine English Below)

Assemblyman Richard Robinson crashed his BMW in Sacramento and was later booked on suspicion of drunk driving.

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Robinson, a Democrat who represented the Garden Grove area in the Assembly from 1975 to 1986 and then worked as a lobbyist for many years, was driving an SUV with special plates indicating he’s the retired District 72 assemblyman when he crashed Wednesday night. Fox 40 TV news caught the aftermath on tape.

Robinson has a clean driving record, according to the DMV.

But he’s no stranger to the law. As a registered lobbyist until November 2010, Robinson represented the California Correctional Peace Officers Association and the California Statewide Law Enforcement Association.

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TLR Note:

1. Robinson, a Sacramento Lobbyist, mentored Richard Lehman and Jeannine English. See @:…


2. Robinson’s clients include Southern California Edison, Fulcrum Property, PRIDE Industries, CALIFORNIA CORRECTIONAL PEACE OFFICERS ASSOCIATION, and the Rumsey Rancheria,



3. Robisnon is well connected, and included in his network are Joe Dunn, Jeannine English, Thomas Girardi, Richard Lehman, Jerry Brown, Howard Dickstein, as well as others.



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