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clerks in California Superior Courts have a law degree; or some do and some do not?
It seems that the judges do not really read the motions filed by the attorneys; rather it is the law clerks that do most of the reading if not all of it and the judges rely heavily on what their law clerks tell them.
Then it seems that the judges (or actually their law clerks) do not really take the time or the effort to read hundreds and thousands of pages of motions of each case. Judges and their law clerks in California (and other states) can claim that they are overwhelmed by so many cases and they do not have the time and the energy to read every single line of the motions of every case.
What about the litigants who loose their cases because the courts do not carefully read their attorneys’ motions?