ALRB CRIME: Threatening & intimidating witnesses is a crime. Isadore Hall knows it.

ALRB board designee Isadore Hall committed a crime by threatening and intimidating witnesses opposed to his confirmation to the state board, legal experts say. The penalty calls for “imprisonment in a county jail for not more than one year or in the state prison” – with stiffer sentences possible. Labor law attorneys tell Pick Justice that Hall – a former lawmaker – allegedly committed a crime by breaking California Penal Code Section 136.1. Multiple eyewitnesses confirm that Hall verbally abused farmers…

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