DOES AUTHORITY EXIST FOR CRIMINAL PROSECUTION FOR VIOLATIONS OF BAIL LICENSING LAWS WITHOUT CERTIFICATION OF CRIMES BY THE DEPARTMENT OF INSURANCE?

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California attorney Joseph Cavallo was convicted of violating Title 10, CCR section 2071, "recommendation of attorney by bail licensee". The authority to prosecute violations of the bail licensing regulations lies with the Insurance Commissioner. The Investigation Division of the Department of Insurance is charged with enforcing applicable provisions of the California Insurance Code under authority granted by Section 12921 and to certify

crimes of which the Commissioner has knowledge to a prosecuting authority pursuant to Insurance Code Sections 12928 and 12930. The Investigation Division pursues

prosecutions of offenders through both regulatory and criminal justice systems.

It is my belief that district attorneys in several counties have wrongfully convicted people of violating regulations to the degree of misdemeanors and felonies.

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