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Re: “Though Oakland Is Up in Arms About It, Crime Is Actually Down

Mario Juarez is a CROOK! I can't believe he's running for office. I was shocked when I heard he was backed by the Democratic party. PEOPLE, this guy has no political experience, but worse than that, EVERYBODY in Oakland knows Mario Juarez is corrupted to the core.

Let me just give you a few examples of what MARIO JUAREZ is all about and then you DECIDE if you want this man to be in any place of power:

November 1999: Docket number 339247 - charge of resisting or obstructing police.

November 2000 : MARIO JUAREZ was found guilty of an infraction of disturbing the peace

April 10, 2002: American Judgment Corporation files a lawsuit against Mario for conversion and fraud. Alameda County Case number 2002046948

April 26, 2005: Alameda County files suit against Mario Juarez for failure to pay child support: Alameda County Case Number RF05209708

December 4, 2006: Fruitvale small-business owner Martinez files a lawsuit against Mario Juarez for breach of contract, negligence, and misrepresentation. Alameda County Case Number RG06300637

June 22, 2006: Chaundry and Thomas file a lawsuit against Mario Juarez for fraudulent concealment and collections and is scheduled to have a hearing regarding this matter on Election Day in Alameda County. Alameda County Case Number RG06275774.

2006: A client of Mario Juarez’ real estate company files suit against Mario Juarez for negligence, fraud, and misrepresentation related to a home he purchased using Mario Juarez’ services. Alameda County Case Number RG06264545

August, 2006: Mario attempts to steal the identity of one of this real estate aides, “Norma”, by stealing her immigration ID # and using it on a loan for a person who was undocumented. Norma found out and filed a complaint against Mario to the District Attorney’s office which is currently being handled by District Attorney Phil Ditto.

Additional allegations by Norma include sexual harassment and physical assault by Mario. The case is still pending. Witnesses include two other young ladies who worked in the office at the time including “Blanca” and “Marlene”.

April 12, 2007: Condie Small Business Services, a small, woman-owned business files a lawsuit against Mario Juarez for Breach of Contract, and damages due to Fraud. Alameda County Case Number RG07320317

Nov 6, 2007: City of Oakland, Resolution No 80915, settles a lawsuit the City of Oakland filed against Mario Juarez for breach of contract, and making fraudulent statements. Mario withheld funds he collected from the City of Oakland as part of a contract his company, The Judicial Group, received to collect unpaid settlements on behalf of the city. He decided not to pay the city its portion of the funds and was caught red-handed. Mario forced to pay $31, 942 in damages to the City of Oakland.


For Civil Court and Family Court: Go to the Alameda County Superior Court website at Click on DomainWeb. Click on Case Summary. Enter the Case Number. You will then enter a virtual case file for this matter. Click on registry of actions to view the public records filed in this action. Click on future hearings to see the next court date

For Criminal Court: Criminal case information is not available online but you can access by going to the court house. A court clerk can help you find cases in which Mario Juarez has been a defendant. Because “Mario Juarez” is a common name, you will need to know that Mario was born in 1978 and that his middle initial is R. This is the information I got from the Hayward Court House: Docket number 339247 was filed in November 1999 as a charge of resisting or obstructing police. Mario was ultimately found guilty of an infraction of disturbing the peace in November 2000.

Posted by Wanda Tinaski on 04/18/2008 at 3:52 PM

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