This was the original law suit filed by Riverside Residents Dr. Javier and Vivian Moreno against the City of Riverside.
The following is the City of Riverside’s filed response to the suit.
The following is the settelement agreement reached by the Moreno’s and the City of Riverside.
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At todays City Council, City Attorney Greg Priamos attempted to mitigate the importance of this settlement by dismissing that it had any value due to the fact that there was no court opinion, which would indicate a precedence. Though the Moreno’s settelment was in their favor, the Moreno’s receive no monies as a result of this suit being a citizen private attorney general suit, the benefit is to the residents and citizens at large. Private attorney general is an informal term usually used today in the United States to refer to a private party who brings a lawsuit considered to be in the public interest, i.e., benefiting the general public and not just the plaintiff. The rationale behind this principle is to provide extra incentive to private citizens to pursue suits that may be of benefit to society at large. In general, any person, citizen, may sue in care of the Attorney General of the State of California if they see an issue which violates the state constitution and it’s by laws.
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The City Attorney Greg Priamos continues to attempt to mitigate and belittle the circumstances that led to the law suit in this ballot insert. Mr. Priamos, “some have argued?” No Priamos, the law of the State of California argued that you were breaking the law, and in violation of the the California State Constitution.
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