O.C. Court outsources to Mexico and O.C. Supervisors pay the price

The Minuteman crowd went into a frenzy yesterday when John & Ken, of 640 AM Talk Radio, told their audience to call the Orange County Board of Supervisors to complain about the outsourcing of traffic ticket processing to a facility in Mexico, by Orange County’s Superior Court.

The O.C. Register reported today that apparently John & Ken screwed up. The Court is a state agency – and the O.C. Board of Supervisors has no say in what they do or who they hire.

So what exactly did the Courts do? “The court has contracted since March 2006 with Cal Coast Data Entry, Inc., a Cerritos company that has a facility in Nogales. Information from tickets

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