San Diego Superior Court Judge Lisa Schall Offers to Answer Your Questions

If you would like to ask Judge Lisa Schall a question, send an email to and we will forward it for you.
Lisa Schall is currently a family court judge in San Diego, California, and has been in the family courts since 2009.  She is running for re-election for San Diego County Superior Court seat 20 on June 3, 2014.  After twenty-eight years as a superior court judge in various capacities, to our knowledge this is the first time that Judge Schall has a challenger to her seat on the bench. That means this is the first time she is subject to maintaining her public office by public vote and public scrutiny. 
Schall is a Republican. Her challenger for seat 20 is Carla Keehn. Keehn is a Democrat and a United States Assistant Attorney from the Federal Ninth District Court, Southern California.  
The race has gained media attention because of the questionable campaign tactics being used on Schall’s behalf by her fellow sitting judges from both parties — particularly by one who is a Democrat, Judge Paula Rosenstein.  See the February 28, 2014, San Diego Free Press article by Doug Porter, “Thou Shalt Not Challenge a Sitting Judge” and the article’s comment section for a greater understanding of the conflicted lobbying interests and its impact on the voters.
On Friday, March 7, 2014, Judge Schall sent out an email which states,
Judge Lisa Schall“From: Lisa Schall [mailto: XXXXXXX]
Sent: Friday, March 07, 2014 2:03 PM
To: Schall
Subject: Message from Judge Lisa Schall   
Dear friends, counsel and colleagues:
I am running for re-election on June 3rd. I have served over 7 years as a Deputy District Attorney and now over 28 years as a San Diego Superior Court Judge. (CV attached) Some of you know me professionally others socially. I believe that I have a reputation for being fair and balanced. I am asking for your help…[there’s more here]…I am asking you to help me by circulating my name and website. I am glad to respond to any questions you may have, simply respond to this email. Thank you for taking the time to read my request. Please do not use public agency computer sites or addresses to distribute, use only your private email.
Judge Lisa Schall (Re-Elect 2014)”
 Judge Schall’s email states, “help me by circulating…I am glad to respond to any questions you may have, simply respond to this email.”  The email was circulated to Katy’s Exposure Blog. We are taking Judge Schall up on her offer to gladly answer everyone’s questions.
If you have a question that you would like for us to ask of Judge Schall on your behalf, please send it (them) in an email to no later than Tuesday, March 11, 2014. 
We will gladly post the twenty best questions we receive on Katy’s on Wednesday, March 12, 2014. We will also forward them to Judge Schall’s email address for her to be able to gladly respond. Judge Schall’s responses will be gladly posted on Katy’s upon receipt of her answers to your questions.
Because of the number of San Diego and California citizens who claim to have experienced retaliation for questioning the severe ethics problems they have encountered in the California courts, particularly in the San Diego family courts; and the number who fear their asking of questions will result in retaliation via sitting judges ordering the alienation of their parental rights; your questions may be designated to be asked of Judge Schall anonymously, if so desired.  
So again, if you have any questions which you would like for Judge Schall to gladly answer, please send them to and we will gladly ask them of her on your behalf.  
Please state your questions as briefly and succinctly as possible. We will accept attached documentation to the emails in which the questions are posed and may link to the documentation when we post the questions on March 12th.  It is not necessary to be a resident of San Diego County to pose a question.
Thank you,
Sharon Noonan Kramer

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3 Responses to San Diego Superior Court Judge Lisa Schall Offers to Answer Your Questions

  1. Anonymous says:

    Hi Guys,

    I was wondering if somebody could ask Judge Schall how many dozen times our Supreme Court and Court of Appeals have reversed her decisions stating in their published opinions that she does *not* understand the law. Perhaps she can answer how many times the police have pulled her over driving on the wrong side of the road DRUNK. Thank Jesus no children were maimed or killed.

    Another question I have is in the case where the Commission on Judicial Performance publicly admonished her for ordering her bailiff to go arrest a woman outside of her courtroom and throw her in JAIL illegally, the learned Judge Schall told the commission at the time that she did everything right in that case no matter what they thought. Does she still think she threw that poor woman in jail by the book, or does she finally realize the commission was right in deciding the jailing of the woman was completely illegal?

    Schall is one of the very worst judges to ever sit on the San Diego bench. She has ruined lives, destroyed families, and instead of applying THE law, applies her own warped version of the law and justice. Countless appeals and complaints to state officials through all of the years means there is something wrong in Judge Schall’s courtroom of doom. We need judges with wisdom and knowledge, not smugness, haughtiness, and an ill-deserved superiority complex. Bless whoever is finally running against her. We all deserve so much better.

    Would you kindly pass these questions along? Okay, thanks.

    Yours truly,

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  3. katy says:

    We were just asked the question of why we redacted Judge Schall’s email address causing people to be unable to email her directly. The reason we did this is because it is rude to publicly post someone’s private email address on a blog without their permission.

    It is not our intent to cause her email inbox to be flooded with millions of questions. Additionally, Judge Schall’s email address indicates in which area of San Diego that she resides. It is not our place, nor our desire, to share this information with the readers of this blog.

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