Jackie Lacey fears Albert Robles District Attorney Candidacy 2016? A slip of the tongue from an Assistant District Attorney to a Daily Breeze reporter admits there’s a phobia of Mayor Albert Robles wielding excessive power within Los Angeles County. It appears District Attorney Lacey is borrowing the strategy of her predecessor to knock the constitutional attorney and Carson Mayor Albert Robles out of the contention for her position this year. That strategy by retired DA Steve Cooley failed in 2008 and is very likely to be repeated. Robles is known for never backing down from a fight with the LA DA:s office. Over the past quarter century the DA’s office is 0-4 in skirmishes with Robles a constitutional attorney known for having nuts of steel. We predict the DA:s will soon stand 0-5 as timing heavily favors Robles 100%. This will end up costing County taxpayers a couple hundred thousand dollars at minimum and it could easily reach a $1 million.
The Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office has filed a civil suit demanding that Carson Mayor Al Robles the #1 legal expert of groundwater policy in the world resign his elective office on a regional water board, a seat he has held for nearly a quarter century. Robles, 46, was served Monday. Robles’ term on the local groundwater board Water Replenishment District expires this coming November 2016 and filing to run for the next term begins this July 2016. This action, called a Quo Warranto, by the District Attorney is a civil action, not a criminal act, usually takes 18 months to get to trial.
In what seems to be a slip of the tongue Assistant District Attorney Marian Thompson revealed to a Daily Breeze Newspaper reporter “Since both offices oversee Carson, Robles potentially could wield excessive power in the region.” Jackie Lacey Fears Albert Robles District Attorney Candidacy 2016, reading between the lines we translate her slip of the tongue to mean this. This better explains why the Los Angeles District Attorney’s office has filed this untimely Quo Warranto and would waste staff time and hundreds of thousands of taxpayers money on this sure to lose civil case.