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Compliance and Review Commission

COMPOSITION AND QUORUM

The Compliance Review Commission shall be composed of three (3) members of the Standing Committee on Credentials and three (3) members of the Standing Committee on Rules, as designated by the Chair of This Committee. A quorum shall be a majority of those persons. The Compliance Review Commission may meet by telephone or other means of electronic communication.

JURISDICTION

The Compliance Review Commission shall have initial jurisdiction over all challenges and/or appeals arising under the CDP By-Laws. The Compliance Review Commission shall have jurisdiction to hear and decide any challenge that is initiated before the 42nd day prior to any meeting of This Committee or its Executive Board.

Current Members:

Rules
Laurence Zakson, Co-Chair
Valeria Hernandez, Lead Chair
Nicole Fernandez, Co-Chair

Credentials
Lara Larramendi, Lead Chair
Tim Allison, Co-Chair
Paul Seo, Co-Chair

PROCEDURAL RULES FINAL – July 2020

Please read these procedural rules before submitting a challenge or appeal. 
Submit a challenge or appeal

In no way does submitting a challenge through this form relieve the challengers/appellants the obligation to notify the applicable parties outlined below.

Challenges

All challenges must be commenced by the filing of a written challenge with the Secretary of This Committee, with copies served on the Chair of This Committee, as well as the appointing person, and the chair of the relevant organization.

Appeals

All appeals must be received by the Secretary of This Committee, with copies to the Chair of This Committee, within twelve (12) days of the decision of the Compliance Review Commission. Upon receipt of an appeal, the Secretary shall notify the members of the Compliance Review Commission, the Chair of This Committee, and the prevailing parties of the receipt of an appeal.

Commission Staff
Unique Wilson
[email protected]

Upcoming Meeting

Monday, July 31, 2023

Meeting Starts 6:30PM
Agenda TBD
Meeting Adjourns

If you would like to listen in on the call, please use the link below to register.
Webinar Link: https://cadem-org.zoom.us/webinar/register/WN_kfVYywchSji58sYKJ7AajA

Compliance Review Commission Decisions

CRC Decision Vazquez FINAL – August 8, 2023

CRC Decision Fields FINAL – August 3, 2023 | Black Caucus Ballot Box Material Opening

CRC Decision Ross FINAL – May 25, 2023

CRC Decision Lewis FINAL – May 24, 2023

CRC Decision Agran FINAL – April 14, 2023

CRC Decision Prince FINAL – April 17, 2023

CRC Decision Shergill FINAL – April 14, 2023

CRC Decision Bezis FINAL – April 14, 2023

CRC Decision Abazajian FINAL – October 28, 2022

CRC Decision Gutierrez FINAL – October 28, 2022

CRC Decision Homen FINAL – October 28, 2022

CRC Decision Rohn-AD51 ADEM EBoard FINAL – October 28, 2022

CRC Decision Musser-Lopez FINAL – October 28, 2022

#1 Tomás Oliva against Imperial County DCC – April 20, 2020

#2 Tomás Oliva against Imperial County DCC – April 20, 2020

Jason Bercovitch against San Diego County DCC – May 3, 2020

Jason Bezis against Contra Costa DCC – April 23, 2020

Senator Steve Glazer/Jason Bezis against Contra Costa DCC – April 22, 2021

Jason Bezis against Contra Costa DCC – June 24, 2021

Jason Bezis against Contra Costa DCC – Vexatious litigants

Diddo Clark/Jason Bezis against Contra Costa County DCC – April 8, 2021

Brenda Crawford against Solano County DCC – September 1, 2020

Ruth Musser-Lopez against Tulare County DCC  – June 23, 2021

Ruth Musser-Lopez against Tulare County DCC – September 8, 2020

Ruth Luevanos/RL Miller against Ventura County DCC – July 11, 2021

David Abbasi against Kern County DCC – April 3, 2021

CRC Decision Vera FINAL – March 4, 2021

CRC – 2021 ADEM Consolidated Challenges FINAL – March 3, 2021

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