Hunley what's this about
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#1 Mar 27, 2013
(should be titled Hardin v. Hunley)

Mr. Hunley has quite a record for 527.6 actions.

Hardin v. Hunley is a nuts case that prevents Hunley from complaining about police without approval from a judge.

B210918 Hardin v. Hunley AFFIRMED — civil harassment
B211650 Brown v. Hunley AFFIRMED —
B215223 Hunley v. George et al. AFFIRMED — city code enforcement
B184666 Alvarado v. Hunley REVERSED
A truly insane opinion. To send complaints about a police man, defendant must make a motion with the court.(Somehow, when entering the Supreme Court, the case name was reversed from what it should have been.)

04/02/2010 Order filed The above entitled matter is retitled as follows: JOHN HARDIN, Plaintiff and Respondent v. JAMES HUNLEY, Defendant and Appellant
S180782

Party Attorney
Hardin, John :
Duarte, CA 91010

Lawrence J. Hanna
Fullerton & Hanna LLP
6311 Columbus Avenue
Van Nuys, CA

Hunley, James :
Duarte, CA 91010

Trial Court Case:GS011027
Court of Appeal Case:B210918 Supreme Court Case:S180782 Division:3 Case Caption:Hardin v. Hunley Case Type:CV Filing Date:09/15/2008 Oral Argument Date/Time:12/07/2009 09:30 AM
Truly Stupid

Running Springs, CA

#2 Mar 27, 2013
National Anthem wrote:
(should be titled Hardin v. Hunley)
Mr. Hunley has quite a record for 527.6 actions.
Hardin v. Hunley is a nuts case that prevents Hunley from complaining about police without approval from a judge.
B210918 Hardin v. Hunley AFFIRMED — civil harassment
B211650 Brown v. Hunley AFFIRMED —
B215223 Hunley v. George et al. AFFIRMED — city code enforcement
B184666 Alvarado v. Hunley REVERSED
A truly insane opinion. To send complaints about a police man, defendant must make a motion with the court.(Somehow, when entering the Supreme Court, the case name was reversed from what it should have been.)
04/02/2010 Order filed The above entitled matter is retitled as follows: JOHN HARDIN, Plaintiff and Respondent v. JAMES HUNLEY, Defendant and Appellant
S180782
Party Attorney
Hardin, John :
Duarte, CA 91010
Lawrence J. Hanna
Fullerton & Hanna LLP
6311 Columbus Avenue
Van Nuys, CA
Hunley, James :
Duarte, CA 91010
Trial Court Case:GS011027
Court of Appeal Case:B210918 Supreme Court Case:S180782 Division:3 Case Caption:Hardin v. Hunley Case Type:CV Filing Date:09/15/2008 Oral Argument Date/Time:12/07/2009 09:30 AM
You seem to bring the same old civil case dummy why not show the grand jury findings for Breceda and Garcia these are criminal charges. Oops you don't want to show how corrupt these two are.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#3 Mar 27, 2013
Hunley, Is this the wall you jumped ?
JAMES HUNLEY v. DARRELL
B215223
-- January 27, 2010
James Hunley, in pro. per., for Plaintiff and Appellant.Rutan & Tucker and Robert W. Owen for Defendant and Respondent Darrell George.
John Hunley appeals an order denying a petition for writ of mandate.  (Code Civ. Proc.,§ 1085.)  
The trial court denied the writ petition, ruling it lacked authority to order the City to prosecute a code enforcement matter.   The trial court also found the evidence presented in opposition to the petition showed the wall substantially complied with the code.
We conclude the trial court properly denied Hunley's writ petition and affirm the order.
BACKGROUND
1. Hundley's writ petition.
In October of 2007, Hardin put an 18-inch vinyl fence addition on top of a block wall that runs around the back and side yards of his residence in the City of Duarte without first securing a building permit.   The City of Duarte Municipal Code section 19.24.050(3)(A), permits such walls only if they do not exceed six feet in height.   Hunley complained about the wall and a code enforcement officer informed Hardin he needed a building permit for the extensions.
The trial court issued a tentative decision denying the petition, essentially for the reasons stated in the City's response.
DISCUSSION
Hunley argues the trial court's finding it could not compel the city manager to institute an abatement proceeding ignores the City's previous initiation of a code enforcement action against Hardin which resulted in a final order directing Hardin to remove the unpermitted vinyl extension of the fence within 30 days.   Hardin asserts the City improperly approved the fence because it remained seven feet in height when measured from the outside.
Hunley asserts a fair reading of the municipal code subjects both sides of Hardin's wall to the six-foot height limitation.   Thus, the wall remains in violation of the code on the outside walls which are seven feet seven inches high in some areas, a difference that precludes a finding of substantial compliance.  (Assembly v. Deukmejian (1982) 30 Cal.3d 638, 649 [substantial compliance means actual compliance in respect to the substance essential to every reasonable objective of the statute].)
Hunley argues his only remedy at this point is a writ of mandate directing the city manager to enforce the order.   Hunley claims the doctrine of prosecutorial discretion does not apply to a final administrative decision.   Hunley asserts the matter is at the sentencing stage and the authority to select among sentencing options is not controlled by the prosecutor.  (See People v. Superior Court (Romero)(1996) 13 Cal.4th 497, 516;  People v. Tenorio (1970) 3 Cal.3d 89, 94.)
Hunley's contention is meritless.   The City found Hardin's wall was in substantial compliance with the code and, even if it was not, the City has prosecutorial discretion as to whether to enforce the height limitation.   (People v. Birks (1998) 19 Cal.4th 108, 134;  People v. Andrews (1998) 65 Cal.App.4th 1098, 1102.)   This is so regardless of whether the matter be deemed the initiation of an enforcement action or a decision to continue to pursue the existing action.   Consequently, the trial court properly concluded it lacked authority to direct the city manager to pursue the asserted violation of the Duarte Municipal Code.
DISPOSITION
The order is affirmed.   Hunley shall bear costs on appeal.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#4 Mar 27, 2013
Really Hunley? I sarcastically say that this seams to be out of character for you.
1. Hardin's request for orders to stop harassment.

On July 10, 2008, John Hardin filed a request for orders to stop harassment.   It alleged Hunley, his neighbor of 14 years, jumped over the fence into Hardin's yard in the City of Duarte and threatened to kick Hardin's ass.   Hardin claimed he feared Hunley would become increasingly violent and would continue to intimidate Hardin and his family.   The request also alleged Hunley had undertaken a campaign to get Hardin fired from his job as an officer of the Los Angeles Police Department by filing false personnel complaints based on Hardin's asserted off-duty misconduct.   Hardin stated Hunley once called Hardin's work and made false allegations against Hardin and he distributed a flyer encouraging the residents of the neighborhood to get Hardin fired.

A letter from one such resident attached to the request indicated he was friends with both Hunley and Hardin, they were involved in a dispute over the height of a fence and Hunley has conducted a campaign to get Hardin fired by defaming his character.

2. Hunley's response.

Hunley filed a response asserting Hardin failed to demonstrate a credible threat of violence and failed to allege any act of violence.   The response further asserted Hardin had harassed Hunley and his family.   Hunley had filed complaints of vandalism, which he suspected had been perpetrated by Hardin, with the Sheriff's Department which had police jurisdiction of the area.

3. The trial court's ruling.

After conducting a hearing, the trial court ordered Hunley “not to report anything to [Hardin's] employer without court order in advance.”

Hundley filed a motion to vacate the restraining order.   In denying Hunley's motion, the trial court modified the order to direct Hunley “to refrain from reporting any conduct by [Hardin], outside his performance as a police officer, to [Hardin's] employer.”   We interpret this modification to retain the requirement that Hunley obtain a court order prior to filing a complaint with the Los Angeles Police Department based on Hardin's asserted off-duty misconduct.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#5 Mar 27, 2013
Truly Stupid wrote:
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You seem to bring the same old civil case dummy why not show the grand jury findings for Breceda and Garcia these are criminal charges. Oops you don't want to show how corrupt these two are.
Again, I'll call you stupid for short. The grand jury are charges not convections. Show me convictions and I will agree with you. Show me restraining order and I will agree with you. Show me law suits of harassment and I will agree with you.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#7 Mar 27, 2013
It's hard to believe one person who is not a movie/television/rock star can have so much negative publicity on public sources. Law suits, arrest records, restraining orders. Wow, may need a team of publicists to clear your failing public issues.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#8 Mar 28, 2013
Hunley, you change you name from CarParker to Pinocchio.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#9 Mar 31, 2013
Hunley, have you asked the court of the can call to complain about your neighbor?
Car Parker

Covina, CA

#10 Mar 31, 2013
The people of the State of California do enact as follows:
SECTION 1. Section 1243 is added to the Government Code, to read:
1243.(a) This section shall apply to any elected public officer who
takes public office, or is reelected to public office, on or after January 1,
2006.
(b) If an elected public officer is convicted during or after holding
office of any felony involving accepting or giving, or offering to give, any
bribe, the embezzlement of public money, extortion or theft of public
money, perjury, or conspiracy to commit any of those crimes arising
directly out of his or her official duties as an elected public officer, he or
she shall forfeit all rights and benefits under, and membership in, any
public retirement system in which he or she is a member, effective on the
date of final conviction.
Car Parker

Covina, CA

#11 Mar 31, 2013
National Anthem wrote:
Hunley, have you asked the court of the can call to complain about your neighbor?
Rosy put down that bottle of cheap wine

( OF THE CAN CALL TO )

Maybe the people in your new country will be able to understand what your drunk ass says

And why are you drunk on Easter Sunday. Thinking about Tecete aren't you.
National Anthem

Glendora, CA

#12 Apr 1, 2013
I understand you have difficulty understanding the law. I understand that as you break it so often. But, you reference clearly states convicted. As of today, Breceda is not convicted. You however have been convicted many times.

List of a few of Hunley's convictions:
602(L)(1) PC. Arrested and Convicted
5.04.010 Municipal Code Arrested and Convicted.
27152 CVC Arrested and Convicted.
4000a CVC Arrested and Convicted
SNIM59244-01 Alhambra Court. Arrested and Convicted.

Sources indicate Hunley was arrested and Dishonorably discharged from the military. With possible time served in Leavenworth. Not confirmed but probable based on past convictions and propensity toward violence on the bases of:
On July 10, 2008, John Hardin filed a request for orders to stop harassment. &#8194; It alleged Hunley, his neighbor of 14 years, jumped over the fence into Hardin's yard in the City of Duarte and threatened to kick Hardin's ass. &#8194; Hardin claimed he feared Hunley would become increasingly violent and would continue to intimidate Hardin and his family. &#8194; The request also alleged Hunley had undertaken a campaign to get Hardin fired from his job as an officer of the Los Angeles Police Department by filing false personnel complaints based on Hardin's asserted off-duty misconduct. &#8194; Hardin stated Hunley once called Hardin's work and made false allegations against Hardin and he distributed a flyer encouraging the residents of the neighborhood to get Hardin fired.
Justice for all

Corona, CA

#13 Mar 4, 2015
This man has hurt a lot of innocent people. Why do we let him manipulate us.

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