Previously, advocates filed for the impeachment of Judge Christine Carringer who, despite all logic and reason, is still the Supervising Family Law Judge in Solano County.
One of the cases highlighted in the impeachment filing is of D.G., a Georgia resident who suffered the injustice of Solano County improperly assuming jurisdiction over her minor child, grossly violating the UCC-JEA.
The mother, aided by advocates and attorneys in both California and Georgia, has been fighting to right the wrongs of Solano County Family Court, even as the child showed signs of abuse (documented by third parties) while in the father’s care.
That child is now in foster care, read the details of the case below:
- December 2015, the father E.L. filed a motion for custody, for a child living in Georgia, by fraudulently claiming the mother lived in Solano County (at the time).
- Judge Ichikawa improperly assumed jurisdiction of the case, and granted the father sole physical and legal custody, even though the mother was never given proper notice of the hearing. Judge Ichikawa ordered the destruction of material evidence used in this hearing.
- The Solano County District Attorney’s office harassed the mother, D.G., threatening incarceration, if she did not bring the child to California.
- June 2017, when the mother came to California with the child, the father wasn’t present to assume custody and Judge Christine Carringer ordered the father to appear.
- Carringer placed the mother on supervised visitation, and ordered three telephone calls a week (the father never complied with this order).
- In July 2018, the Georgia Court issued a Writ of Execution for the return of the minor child to the home state of Georgia.
- After receiving notice of the Writ, Carringer held a closed-door meeting with the Solano County District Attorney’s office, during which she allegedly instructed them not to enforce the Georgia Writ of Execution.
- Shortly thereafter, Carringer also held an improper, ex-parte meeting with the Georgia Court to interfere with the Georgia action.
- In a response to the mother’s complaint about Carringer, the Presiding Judge, Ellis implied the mother was lying and committing fraud.
- The mother, D.G., began aggressively petitioning the CJP, in a series of complaints, due to Carringer’s unethical behavior and violations of the Judicial Canons.
- In November 2018, Carringer self-recused from the case, perhaps due to involvement of the CJP.
- In November 2018, the father suggested stipulating to a change in custody, but his attorney J.S. allegedly advised him not to stipulate, as the mother would have the option of filing for child support. The attorney, J.S, subsequently dropped the client due to non-payment.
- With Carringer’s recusal, the case was assigned to Judge Chastain, the matter was set for trial June 2019. Even though the mother documented non-compliance with the court order for telephone calls, the Judge refused to make any modifications to the order.
- On or around January 16, 2019, the minor child came to school with visible signs of physical abuse. The police were summoned and the child was placed in foster care. The case is currently awaiting a hearing.
- Since the mother does not have physical custody, and was placed on supervised visitation by Judge Carringer, she cannot even assume custody of her biological child, even though there are no allegations of abuse or mistreatment.
These are the facts:
- Ichakawa illegally assumed jurisdiction over the case, and ordered the destruction of evidence.
- To preserve this illegal jurisdiction, Carringer behaved unethically and held improper meetings with the District Attorney and Georgia Court.
- It is believed Carringer is currently being investigated by the CJP for these actions, among other violations of the Judicial Canons.
- The child was abused, allegedly multiple times and is currently in foster care, despite having a perfectly capable parent to assume custody.
Judge Ichikawa’s routine bias allegedly led to the murder of Kennesha Jackson, as he routinely refused to provide restraining orders to victims of domestic violence.
Judge Unger’s routine bias allegedly led to the murder of Cali Anderson, as her practice of awarding custody to male litigants placed the child in the care of people who allegedly housed her in a dog cage.
Judge Ichikawa and Carringer’s routine bias led to the placement of E. G. in foster care, due to a routine, and absurd, practice of the court placing female litigants on supervised visitation when there is no allegation of abuse or mistreatment.