Orange County attorney files lawsuit against CJP alleging unconstitutional practices

A prominent Orange County attorney has sued the Commission on Judicial Performance, alleging the agency's practices of not informing people about the status of investigations and whether or not referrals were made to the Attorney General/District Attorneys are unconstitutional and violate Marsey's Law. This lawsuit may be joined to the CJP lawsuit against the State Auditor. The California Attorney General is representing the CJP, which seems like a conflict of interest since discovery might be propounded on the AG itself in this one.

This will get interesting. Here is the lawsuit: