Is CSSD a neutral party?
Lynn v Lynn came before the Court yesterday for a motion for change of venue. The hearing was postponed and transferred from Commonwealth to Judge Thomas Trent Lewis on The Hill. Too bad. Commissioner Drewry in Commonwealth did not seem to be in on the out-of-court decision making about how the case should be decided.
Judy Hutchinson, an attorney for CSSD did seem to have an agenda, other than serving justice.
After waiting from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. to find out where our case would be heard, I was free to drive back from L.A. to San Diego, where I live a happy life. Tim, my ex, went to Judy Hutchinson and wanted to have a few words alone. I thought that would be inappropriate and told the CSSD attorney so. She said she was allowed to talk to the parties privately, and that she had in fact spoken to me before.
The difference is, I don’t keep my communications with government agencies private, unless there is a privilege to do so. CSSD is an arm of the District Attorney’s Office. They are basically prosecutors. They are, therefore, required to share any evidence collected with both parties. Any verdict they procure can be overturned if they did not provide a “defendant” or citee with exculpatory evidence.
Also, Tim Lynn has gone into court before and been granted a restraining order after giving as “evidence” what some un-named police officer said to him at some unknown time. Mr. Lynn is now poised to go into court for yet another unwarrented restraining order or to ask for millions of dollars or to have me executed at dawn, and he will undoubtedly say “Judy Hutchinson told me Laura is…”
Of course The Court in LASC will take Tim at his word.