From Janet Phelan–what statutory authority in Cal. permits the AG and IAG to exclude probate cases from investigations for criminal activities?

MaryGSykes.com

From: Janet Phelan <writejanet@live.com>
Sent: Jan 26, 2015 4:25 PM
To: JoAnne M Denison <jdenison@surfree.com>, “joanne@justice4every1.com” <joanne@justice4every1.com>, Janet Phelan <writejanet@live.com>
Subject: JoAnne….

JoAnne, can you publish this?
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My contact with Kamala Harris’s office was relevant to bundled reports that were sent into that office a few years back by one Marilyn Peters, documenting criminal activity by professional guardians in California. As Harris’s office stated that she doesn’t “do probate,” I requested the legal authority under which the Attorney General for California is allowed to ignore criminal activity by professional guardians.
Sending me a letter issued in 2007 does not address my request to your office.
On the phone a couple of minutes ago, you told me that your office was declining to answer that question. As it is my understanding that there is no legal authority which allows you to ignore these complaints—and you continue to ignore these complaints–…

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