San Diego birther attorney Gary Kreep, at left above, continues to lead his prosecutor Garland Peed for a local judgeship. With 4,000 absentee ballots still to count, Kreep is now head by 1,088 votes. Perhaps it’s time to consider what Kreep promises voters:
Arrogant judges who overstep their authority are a threat to society. They let criminals go free based on procedural technicalities. Other judges think nothing of overturning ballot measures approved by millions of voters. Some are elected just to push a political agenda.
I am a constitutional law attorney with 36 years experience in the courtroom. I have handled every type of case that a Superior Court Judge will hear, not just criminal cases. My commitment to the people of San Diego County is to follow the law and the Constitution, and to administer justice with a firm but even hand in every case that comes before my court.
I am a 1972 graduate of UCSD, a 1976 graduate of USD Law School, and I have lived in San Diego County since 1968. As a Judge Pro-Tem, I have heard approximately 1,000 cases and have served as a Settlement Judge in family law cases.
I proudly served on the Ronald Reagan delegations to the 1976 and 1980 Presidential Nomination Conventions.
For over 33 years, I have served as the CEO and General Counsel of the United States Justice Foundation — a conservative non-profit legal foundation based in San Diego (www.usjf.net).
San Diego County updates the count every day at 5 P.M. local. You can bet we’ll be clicking.