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Trump has an obvious disdain for anybody who is a qualified professional.
And the sad thing is that he is spreading that attitude to a great many people. The only thing that comforts me about this is the fact that people are fickle. People who thought Bush was the best thing since sliced bread during his term, deride him as one of those evil establishment today. One can only hope that once Trump is off the stage, fickle Americans will drop this stupidity over time. I'm pretty certain that the number of open white supremacists will remain higher than before Trump rode that elevator down Trump Tower,
but I think it won't be as high as it is today for the long term.


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Post by DejaMoo » Fri Jan 19, 2018 10:04 pm

Texas judge interrupts jury, says God told him defendant is not guilty


A state district judge in Comal County said God told him to intervene in jury deliberations to sway jurors to return a not guilty verdict in the trial of a Buda woman accused of trafficking a teen girl for sex.

Judge Jack Robison apologized to jurors for the interruption, but defended his actions by telling them “when God tells me I gotta do something, I gotta do it,” according to the Herald-Zeitung in New Braunfels.

The jury went against the judge’s wishes, finding Gloria Romero-Perez guilty of continuous trafficking of a person and later sentenced her to 25 years in prison. They found her not guilty of a separate charge of sale or purchase of a child.

Robison’s actions could trigger an investigation from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, which has disciplined Robison in the past.
This Christian nationalism is getting out of hand. Even our elected leaders and judges are now grabbing the "God told me" excuse for defying the law and running with it.



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District judge in Hidalgo County charged with accepting bribes
By Aaron Nelsen Updated 7:39 pm, Monday, February 5, 2018

McALLEN — State District Judge Rodolfo “Rudy” Delgado is charged with bribery in connection with programs that receive federal funds, according to a criminal complaint unsealed Monday.

Federal investigators allege that Delgado, 64, accepted three bribes between November 2016 and January of this year in exchange for favorable judicial consideration on cases pending in the 93rd state District Court, where he presides.

Delgado appeared before U.S. Magistrate J. Scott Hacker in McAllen on Monday and was released on a $100,000 bond Monday afternoon. Outside the federal court, Delgado, who is running for a place on the 13th Court of Appeals, declined to comment on the charge against him, saying only that he would allow the judicial process to run its course.

The criminal complaint against Delgado is limited in scope, referring only to three alleged instances of bribery. But in an affidavit that was presented with the complaint, an FBI investigator said he uncovered more information about the district judge over the course of his investigation.

While the investigation into Delgado began in November 2016, a licensed Texas attorney, referred to as a confidential human source, alleges that bribes made in cash and other items of value started as far back as 2008, according to the court documents.


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Post by Addie » Fri Feb 09, 2018 2:11 pm

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Ex-Campbell County Judge Timothy Nolan to serve 20 years, pay $100K fine after plea

Former Judge Tim Nolan on Friday agreed to spend 20 years in prison for human trafficking.

He used drugs, threats of arrest and threats of eviction to force women and girls under the age of 18 into sex acts, according to the charges read in court by Judge Kathleen Lape.

Nolan pleaded guilty to 21 counts dating back to 2004. In addition to human trafficking, the charges included giving drugs and alcohol to minors.

Under the plea agreement, Nolan will serve 20 years in prison and pay a $100,000 fine. He would be eligible for parole in four years, his attorney said. The judge will sentence him on March 29.

The case has shocked the region. Nolan served as a district judge in the late 1970s and early 1980s and had become a well-known political figure. He campaigned locally for President Donald Trump, was vocal on many conservative/tea party issues, and was elected to the Campbell County School Board in 2016.


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Post by Volkonski » Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:27 pm

He was Trump's KY campaign chair.
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Post by neeneko » Fri Feb 09, 2018 3:36 pm

Some rather choice quotes from the guy's lawer...
Ex-Campbell County Judge Timothy Nolan to serve 20 years, pay $100K fine after plea

Grubbs said Nolan took responsibility for his actions. She made a cryptic reference to generational differences in how sex is viewed.

"He took full personal responsibility for these acts that in his potential day and generation would not necessarily be considered to rise to the level of human trafficking," Grubbs said.

What is the change? The power differential between men and women, she said. She hinted that there was more to the story but would not elaborate.

"I'm saying the underlying facts as alleged by victims do not necessarily equate to what really happened, because we all know in life there are two sides to every story," Grubbs said. "The sad part of it is, often times the criminal defendant finds themselves at an insurmountable obstacle in order to prove complete innocence."

"Mr. Nolan has been a public servant to the people of Campbell County for a majority of his life, and at some point there has to be a redemption for those who committed offenses but has to be balanced by what they have given,"
Which kinda reads like 'well, women were not allowed to fight back then, and now that they have more political power poor men like this are having their standards changed on them! But look how much good he did being tough on minorities!



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Post by RTH10260 » Wed Feb 14, 2018 9:48 pm

a case of a Florida man
Married Florida judge, 64, known for his work against domestic violence is arrested in undercover prostitution sting

Lee County Circuit Judge Jay B. Rosman allegedly arranged to pay an undercover police officer $300 for a sex act
He and five other men, ages 29 to 70, were arrested at a Naples hotel on Friday
Rosman, who's also accused of trying to resist arrest, was released on bail
The 64-year-old judge is married to an attorney and has three children


By Germania Rodriguez For Dailymail.com
PUBLISHED: 16:48 GMT, 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 18:39 GMT, 12 February 2018

A married Florida circuit judge and five other men have been arrested in an undercover prostitution sting.

Lee County Circuit Judge Jay B. Rosman, 64, was charged with soliciting prostitution after allegedly arranging to pay an undercover police officer $300 for a sex act, the Naples Daily News reported.

The 64-year-old judge is also accused of trying to resist arrest, according to police records.

He and five other men, ages 29 to 70, were arrested at a Naples hotel on Friday for offering to pay between $150 and $300 for unspecified sex acts.

A spokeswoman from the 20th Judicial Circuit told the Naples Daily News that Rosman has been released on bail.

Rosman is married to Naples attorney Cathy Reiman and they have three children.

He worked as an assistant state attorney, assistant public defender, and in private practice before becoming a judge in 1986.



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Post by Dolly » Fri Mar 16, 2018 2:02 pm

IMO, this is kinda sloppy reporting. Despite the headline, refusing to marry gay couples was NOT why he was suspended.
Oregon judge who refused to marry gay couples gets longest suspension in state history
The Oregon Supreme Court has reportedly suspended a judge who refused to marry gay couples over a series of ethics charges, including allegations he violated gun laws.

Marion County Circuit Court Judge Vance Day was given a three-year suspension without pay, the lengthiest suspension the court has handed down in its history, the Associated Press reported Friday.

An ethics panel recommended in 2016 that Day be removed, according to the AP, but the court decided instead to order the suspension.

Day drew attention in the past for telling his staff not to schedule any gay marriages following a ruling by a federal judge in 2014 that legalized the practice in the state.
The court said the judge's behavior toward gay couples was not a factor in its decision to give such a lengthy suspension, according to the AP.
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The court addressed multiple ethics charges against Day in its ruling, including one that said Day twice had given a felon who was on probation a gun through a special court order for veterans where Day served as a judge.

The court also brought up a charge that Day had made false statements during an investigation after an incident between Day and a referee at a soccer game in 2012.

The court's ruling does not have an influence on criminal charges against Day regarding his alleged violation of gun laws.
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Post by ZekeB » Fri Mar 16, 2018 2:03 pm

I know that guy. Personally. Walks to the beat of a different drum? Yes.


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Post by RTH10260 » Wed Mar 21, 2018 10:52 pm

VIDEO OF DWI ARREST SHOWS DRIVER EXPLAIN 'I'M A F---KING JUDGE"
by GINA TRON MARCH 20, 2018 • 2:58 PM ET
"I'll fight you. You know you're being a d--k. I will f--king fight you."


Newly released footage shows how a New Jersey judge was arrested for a DWI in 2016.

Spoiler alert: he appears belligerent and allegedly tried to abuse his power to avoid any consequences.

Wilfredo Benitez, a municipal judge in the New Jersey regions of East Orange, Belleville and Bloomfield, was reportedly passed out in the driver's seat of BMW. The car had been pulled off onto a highway shoulder and its hazard lights were flashing.

The video shows two state troopers attempting to give him a sobriety test. They arrest him on suspicion of drunk driving, telling him he appears intoxicated. Benitez told the troopers that he was “a f----ing judge.” He also yelled at the officers and told one of them that he was "being a d--k.”

"I'll fight you. You know you're being a d--k. I will f--king fight you,” he said


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Suffolk District Court judge charged in burglary, cops say
A Suffolk District Court judge was arrested Thursday and charged with burglary, after Suffolk police said he entered a neighbor’s home in East Islip without permission.

By Zachary R. Dowdy and Michael O’Keeffe
Updated March 29, 2018 8:22 PM

A Suffolk District Court judge was arrested Thursday and charged with burglary, after Suffolk police said he entered a neighbor’s home in East Islip without permission.

Robert Cicale, 49, of Donna Place, is scheduled to be arraigned Friday in the same kind of court where he presides, police said. He was arrested at about 9 a.m. after he entered a neighbor’s home on Donna Place and then ran away after realizing someone was inside the residence, police said.

He is charged with second-degree burglary and was being held overnight at the Third Precinct before arraignment in First District Court in Central Islip.

It was unclear Thursday evening if he had an attorney.

Acting Police Commissioner Stuart Cameron said a 23-year-old female was at the home alone when she heard a noise and saw a man in the house. When police responded to her 911 call, they found a man outside who matched the description she gave and who later was identified as Cicale, Cameron said.


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Post by RTH10260 » Sat Mar 31, 2018 3:33 pm

New Jersey judge asked woman if she crossed legs to stop sex assault, complaint alleges

NEWARK, N.J. -- A judicial board accused a New Jersey judge of violating rules of conduct when he asked a woman during a court hearing if she tried closing her legs to prevent an alleged sexual assault. State Superior Court Judge John Russo made the comment during a 2016 hearing on a restraining order the woman was seeking against a man she accused of forcing her to have sex.

According to a transcript contained in the complaint, when the woman described her encounter with the man, Russo asked her, "Do you know how to stop somebody from having intercourse with you?"

When the woman answered affirmatively and said one method would be to run away, Russo continued, "Close your legs? Call the police? Did you do any of those things?"

The complaint filed this week alleged Russo "mistreated the victim."


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Post by Notorial Dissent » Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:54 pm

And he didn't think he had done anything wrong. Guess the voters didn't agree.


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Notorial Dissent wrote:
Wed Jun 13, 2018 8:54 pm
And he didn't think he had done anything wrong. Guess the voters didn't agree.
What Suranis said about electing judges.


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Post by Dolly » Thu Jun 21, 2018 8:07 pm

The link from a post that Capt Karl shared

West Virginia Supreme Court justice faces 395 years behind bars in federal fraud case

A West Virginia Supreme Court justice faces up to 395 years in prison and $5.5 million in fines after being hit with a 22-count indictment on numerous charges of fraud and corruption.

Allen H. Loughry II, a 47-year-old justice at the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, was charged by a federal grand jury on Wednesday with fraud, false statement, and witness tampering offenses.
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Among the offenses, Loughry is accused using a government vehicle and credit card on personal trips, and unlawfully converting to his own use a historically significant piece of furniture – a desk that belonged to famed architect Cass Gilbert. He has also been charged with attempting to corruptly obstruct and influence testimonial evidence of a Supreme Court employee in an imminent grand jury investigation.

Loughry was arrested by FBI agents on Wednesday morning at his home and was taken to the federal courthouse in Charleston for processing and to schedule his arraignment. He was not expected to be detained pending his trial.
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Loughry, who took office in 2012, was selected to serve as Chief Justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court in April 2017, but later that year was replaced amid reports that he and another justice spent more than a million dollars of public funds. He has since been suspended without pay.
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Post by RTH10260 » Fri Jul 13, 2018 7:45 pm

Pistol-Packing Judge Accidentally Drops Gun in Cook County Courthouse Video, Sheriff Says
The judge is licensed to carry a concealed weapon and has a valid FOID card, a Cook County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman said.

By Richard Ray
Published at 9:11 PM CDT on Jul 10, 2018 | Updated at 9:15 PM CDT on Jul 10, 2018

A Cook County judge dropped a small silver and black handgun as he walked through a courthouse on Chicago’s South Side last week, video shows—and now he faces a misdemeanor charge.

The pistol fell out of Judge Joseph Claps suit coat jacket at the Leighton Criminal Courthouse on July 3, Cara Smith of the Cook County Sheriff’s Office said. He was charged with carrying a concealed weapon in a prohibited area Friday after deputies who witnessed the incident reported it through their chain of command. The Cook County Sheriff's Office provided NBC 5 with security footage of the moment Claps dropped the weapon.

“The video speaks for itself,” Smith said.

She said the chief judge’s office was consulted after the incident was reported.

“He (Claps) was nothing but cooperative throughout the whole process,” she said.

Claps is licensed to carry a concealed weapon and has a valid Firearm Owners Identification card, Smith said.


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Annoyed magistrate judge
‘I Want You To Shoot Him’: Judge Caught On Body Cam Video Telling Officer To Shoot Suspect
By Brenda Waters August 1, 2018 at 5:15 pm

FOREST HILLS (KDKA) — Video posted on Facebook is being investigated by Allegheny County Court administrators.

It shows a local magistrate allegedly telling a Forest Hills Police officer to shoot someone. That is what is said in the video.

The Forest Hills officer was wearing his body camera when he was speaking with Magistrate Thomas Caulfield about a man who had appeared in his court and continued to be a nuisance.

The officer asked what the district justice wanted him to do, his response was “shoot him.”


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Post by Tiredretiredlawyer » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:15 pm

Not sure if it's the committee or all of the judges behaving badly.

http://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch ... te-supreme
West Virginia House committee votes to impeach entire state Supreme Court

The state's House Judiciary Committee approved 14 articles of impeachment against all four sitting justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the Charleston Gazette-Mail reported.

Chief Justice Margaret Workman and Justice Robin Davis are reportedly both the subject of four articles of impeachment, while Justice Beth Walker is the subject of two.

Justice Allen Loughry, who is the subject of eight articles, is facing additional charges related to abusing access to state resources, the newspaper reported.

Loughry is the subject of a 23-count federal indictment, which includes charges of mail fraud, wire fraud, making false statements to a federal agent multiple times, obstruction of justice and witness tampering, according to the Gazette-Mail. Loughry was suspended from the bench in June, and his trial is slated to begin in October, it noted.



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Post by Notorial Dissent » Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:29 pm

Tiredretiredlawyer wrote:
Wed Aug 08, 2018 4:15 pm
Not sure if its the committee or all of the judges behaving badly.

http://thehill.com/homenews/state-watch ... te-supreme
West Virginia House committee votes to impeach entire state Supreme Court

The state's House Judiciary Committee approved 14 articles of impeachment against all four sitting justices of the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals, the Charleston Gazette-Mail reported.

Chief Justice Margaret Workman and Justice Robin Davis are reportedly both the subject of four articles of impeachment, while Justice Beth Walker is the subject of two.

Justice Allen Loughry, who is the subject of eight articles, is facing additional charges related to abusing access to state resources, the newspaper reported.

Loughry is the subject of a 23-count federal indictment, which includes charges of mail fraud, wire fraud, making false statements to a federal agent multiple times, obstruction of justice and witness tampering, according to the Gazette-Mail. Loughry was suspended from the bench in June, and his trial is slated to begin in October, it noted.

Gives a whole new meaning to judicial miscunduct, maybe??? I don't think I've come across something that extensive before.


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New Mexico Compound Members Are Granted Bail; Judge Receives Death Threats

https://www.npr.org/2018/08/15/63875992 ... th-threats

Bail is 20 grand each.


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Post by Volkonski » Fri Aug 24, 2018 1:16 pm

Judge fatally shoots himself after a lengthy standoff with police. Hostages are safe.

https://www.miamiherald.com/news/local/ ... 63685.html
Police were initially alerted to the standoff at 23985 SW 113th Passage, a leafy community of single-family homes, at about 11 p.m. Thursday. Miami-Dade police Sgt. Carlos Rosario said that’s when someone told police they had received a text from someone inside the home saying they were being held hostage.

SWAT members and hostage negotiators descended on the home and soon began communicating with Maher through cellphones. That communication broke down a few hours before Maher ended his life, police said. When it did, a negotiator brought out a megaphone, tried to calm the hostages and pleaded with the troubled judge to signal that everyone was OK.

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The judge’s death was the culmination of a 10-day cat-and-mouse game between the troubled judge and local and federal law enforcement that began with Maher being arrested on firearms charges and included the shutdown of a downtown Miami Social Security office where the judge has spent the past decade reviewing disability cases.

Police were first alerted to Maher on Aug. 15, after the mother of his 4-year-old son went to his El Portal home to pick up the child. She told police she sent Maher a text when she arrived and he greeted her at the door with their child in one arm and a gun holstered on his opposite hip. She said the judge verbally threatened her and kept pointing a shiny flashlight in her eyes.


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