Court corruption abounds, as Family Law Judge Clay M. Smith orders the arrest of single mother Kimberly Bunn-Miller for refusing to turn her son over to her abuser.
Charles E. Lincoln III and recent radio guest Julia Gelb join host Melinda Pillsbury-Foster in discussing the plight of Kimberly Bunn-Miller, who was recently arrested at a shelter for battered women after she served Judge Smith with two motions to remove her child custody case to the Tribal Court system due to her status as a Native American.
“Judge Clay Smith would just glance at the evidence I provided – and there was a lot of it – and then look me in the eye and tell me I was lying,” said Bunn-Miller. “I wasn’t. I never lied about anything.”
Judge Smith set the defendant’s bail at $100,000, or ten times the maximum fine allowed under California Penal Code Section 278.5.
Visit For Our Children and Justice, a new website that calls for the recall of Judge Smith, not only because of his unfair treatment of Kimberly Bunn-Miller, but also for his judicial role in dozens of other cases that were tried in Orange County, California.
Click here to listen to an excerpt of Kimberly Bunn-Miller’s Sep. 20 appearance on the radio show where she discussed her legal case involving Wayne, the abusive father of her son.