The following information is taken from a sworn affidavit that I filed with the courts as part of complaints about the judicial misconduct of Judge Orinda D. Evans:
1. I submit that it is possible that Judge Evans and/or a clerk for Judge Evans may have been improperly influenced in this case. I believe it is possible that improper influence could be a criminal violation, though I have no proof. This is only a suspicion of a possibility, and I have this suspicion because the behavior of Judge Evans in this matter makes no logical sense to me.
2. The Time Slips of Maidâ€™s Attorneys show that there was extensive ex parte communication between Maidâ€™s Attorneys and Judge Evans and her staff. While some of this may be permissible, the volume of ex parte contact certainly indicates that there was plenty of opportunity for Judge Evans to be improperly influenced. There were conversations and communications between Judge Evans and Maidâ€™s Attorneys that Judge Evans did not reveal to Alcatraz and me. (Exhibit #1 to Dec #23 â€“ Evans Docket #406.) [Evans Docket #253-8, 253-15, 253-10.] (Exhibit #967 to Dec #25.) (I submit that this is a violation of Rule 3.4 and 8.4 of the GCPC and Local Rule 83.1C. I submit that this is a violation of Canon 3 of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges.)
3. VIOLATIONS BY JUDGE ORINDA D. EVANS — I submit that this ex parte communication is a violation of Canon 3 of the Code of Conduct for United States Judges. (Proof is provided in the paragraphs above, Evans Docket #253-8, 253-15, 253-10.) (Dec #25, Exhibit #967.)
I have filed a Judicial Misconduct Complaint against Judge Orinda D. Evans with the Eleventh Circuit Court of Appeals. I previously filed a Judicial Misconduct Complaint against Judge Evans that was ignored. I also have a lawsuit pending against Judge Orinda D. Evans for Fraud Upon the Court (Civil Action No. 1:09-CV-02027-WSD in the United States District Court for the Northern District of Georgia.