Ray Lucia wins at Supreme Court

Supreme Court ruling

Ray Lucia is a syndicated financial advisor in a business full of bad stories. But he just got a 7-2 victory at the Supreme Court that will spread much wider.

The Government for at least 50 years created the concept of “administrative law judges” who decide if you broke an agency’s regulations, and the “judge” is an employee of the agency who is prosecuting you. That lack of independence is the problem – Lucia was barred by an ALJ from doing investment advising with an in-house “judge”. The Supreme Court has ruled that this is not “justice”.

It is true that the administrative law judges are much more familiar with the agency’s laws and regulations, but the lack of independence is a problem

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2 Responses to Ray Lucia wins at Supreme Court

  1. CC1s121LrBGT says:

    The IRS and the DEA employ their own judges too, so it should be interesting.

    My favorite is the local municipal buildings all over New Jersey where the mayor, the judge and the police department all share the same coffee pot. Hard not to get a “fair” trial there. lol

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