Former judge Brooks Blitch is now a convicted felon.
Brooks Blitch presided for nearly 28 years as one of rural Clinch County Georgia’s most powerful politicians.
Then the senior judge was accused of repeatedly violating the law and judicial code of conduct as well as various ethical violations that dated back five years…
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Former judge Mary Waterstone is standing trial for telling a witness to lie under oath in her court.
Mary Waterstone has admitted that she told the witness to lie.
Mary Waterstone was a judge in Michigan for 20 years.
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Retired District Court Judge John Steensland Jr. is set to stand trial after being accused of 60 separate violations of the Alabama Canon of Judicial Ethics by the Judicial Inquiry Commission.
The Judiciary Inquiry Commission has accused Steensland of cursing in court, ridiculing people who appeared before him, and placing a woman in jail even though she had no arrest warrant.
Steensland had sought a delay on grounds that the Judicial Inquiry Commission is reviewing additional complaints against him that could trigger more charges.
The commission opposed a delay because more than 20 witnesses have been subpoenaed for next week’s trial.
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Brooks Blitch III, a former judge who was one of Clinch Countyâ€™s most powerful political figures, plead guilty in federal court in Macon, Georgia to a fraud charge, according to court documents.
Blitch stepped down as chief judge of the Alapaha Judicial Circuit in South Georgia in June 2008, a month before he was indicted on sweeping federal corruption and conspiracy charges.
He was accused of fixing cases and authorizing illegal payments to county officials.
At that time, the state Judicial Qualifications Commission had charged Blitch with 12 instances of misconduct.
Continue reading Judge Brooks Blitch, III indicted on Sweeping Federal Corruption and Conspiracy Charges
There is quite a soap opera in Pennsylvania featuring corrupt judges and attorneys!
Money, money, money!
Prosecutors allege attorney Robert Powell paid Judge Michael T. Conahan and former Judge Mark A. Ciavarella Jr. more than $700,000 for their role in sending juveniles to Powell’s for-profit detention centers.
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Judge Patricia Gardner with the the 17th Circuit Court, Family Court in Kent County, Grand Rapids, Michigan is a bad judge.
How Does A Bad Judge Stay In Office?
Read this article by Deanna Kloostra, February 1, 2011….
Continue reading Bad Judge: Judge Patricia Gardner with the the 17th Circuit Court, Family Court in Kent County, Grand Rapids, Michigan
It’s a start.
The U.S. Senate found Federal Judge G. Thomas Porteous of Louisiana guilty on four articles of impeachment on Wednesday, which will remove him from the federal bench.
He had been accused of accepting kick-backs and lying to the Senate and FBI.
The vote makes Porteous, 63, only the eighth federal judge in the nation’s history to be impeached and convicted.
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Another of Atlanta’s “finest” federal judges, Jack Camp, pleaded guilty on November 19, 2010 to two-drug related charges, including a felony count of giving his stripper girlfriend cocaine even though he knew she was a convicted felon.
U.S. Senior Judge Jack T. Camp pleaded guilty to the felony charge of aiding and abetting a felon’s possession of cocaine when he bought drugs for the stripper, who was secretly cooperating with authorities. He also pleaded guilty to two misdemeanors: possession of illegal drugs and illegally giving the stripper his government-issued laptop.
Continue reading Atlanta Federal Judge Jack Camp Pleads Guilty and Resigns
Another of Atlanta’s “finest” federal judges, Jack Camp, has been arrested.
He was caught allegedly buying drugs for his stripper girlfriend.
All of ther federal judges recused themselves in Judge Camp’s case.
So, the Chief Justice of The United States Supreme Court has named a judge from another circuit to handle the case.
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Last week, I sent an email with information about this corruption to every major newspaper in the country, the television and radio networks, the local Atlanta media, major online media, and assorted others. Hundreds of emails.
Guess how many responded.
Not a single solitary one.
Continue reading Where is the Media Coverage? Nowhere!