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Dan Maguire -- Yolo County Superior Court Judge, Dave Rosenberg -- Judge, Yolo County Superior Court, Judge Timothy Fall, Uncategorized, Yolo County Superior Court

Ryan Clifford of Davis, CA(plaintiff in the case against Chi Delta — UC Davis Chapter of Alpha Epsilon Pi Jewish Fraternity) Hereby Asked to Opine on Loan of $5,000 from Yolo County Judge Dave Rosenberg Committee to Judicial Campaign of Judge Dan Maguire (TLR Notes: 1. TLR is of the opinion that loans from one judge to another tend to undermine the independence/public trust of judicial system 2. Is such practice even legal? Aren’t judges allowed to ONLY “endorse” a judicial candidate during judicial political campaigns ? 3. Is it the contention of Clifford that said $5000 from Rosenberg to McGuire reason McGuire ruled against Clifford? If yes, did Clifford file a complaint against Rosenberg with California Commission on Judicial Performance ? 4. YR, roger that.

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Yolo County Superior Court Judge Dave Rosenberg (image by TLR/ courtesy photo)

On March 29, 2012  Lauren Keene of The Davis Enterprise reported the following:

Maguire holds fund-raising lead over Parish

WOODLAND — Yolo Superior Court Judge Daniel Maguire continues to hold a financial edge over his election opponent, collecting twice as much in donations as challenger Clint Parish during the latest campaign reporting period……….

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Maguire reported 46 monetary donations ranging from $100 to $500, the chief contributors being Greg McNece of Davisville Management, local consultant Alexander Murdoch and Sacramento attorney James Houpt ($500); and Tami Bogert, a Sacramento Superior Court judge ($300).

He also reported a nonmonetary donation of $1,462 worth of food and drinks for a fundraising event.

In addition to those contributions, Maguire received a $4,000 loan from the Committee to Re-Elect Judge Tim Fall, which had previously lent Maguire’s campaign $1,000. The incumbent judge also has outstanding loans of $10,000 from himself and $5,000 from the Judge Dave Rosenberg Committee……

See full article @:

http://www.davisenterprise.com/local-news/crime-fire-courts/maguire-holds-fund-raising-lead-over-parish/

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