The "Dry Cleaner" judge is at it again!

@Gumball (793)
United States
August 13, 2007 4:11am CST
The judge from that dry cleaning lawsuit is at it again.. he's refusing to pay the lawyer fees for the plaintiffs he was court-ordered to pay. http://ca.news.yahoo.com/s/capress/070810/koddities/67_million_pants
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• United States
13 Aug 07
I haven't figured out what this guys angle is. He's either trying to get rich or famous and way too quickly. Maybe he wants Judge Judy's job... LOL!
@RosieS57 (889)
• United States
13 Aug 07
This guy needs a court-appointed attorney becasue he's not competent to represent himself. What's needed is a competency hearing for this judge, an appointment of a lawyer to handle his legal affairs, and a payment schedule set up for the payment of the court-ordered fees. That's what would happen if he were an ordinary person; when a judge acts looney a judge should be treated the same way anyone else would be.
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@RosieS57 (889)
• United States
27 Aug 07
Thnk you very much for BR, Gumball!
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@AmbiePam (50457)
• United States
13 Aug 07
I heard he was threatened to be disbarred. Is that true, have you heard?
@Gumball (793)
• United States
13 Aug 07
There was a rumor about that when the trial was going on but I haven't heard anything new since. I hope so, he doesn't deserve to be a judge. I'll bet all the people that voted him onto the bench are regretting it now.
@rohit55_56 (2301)
• India
13 Aug 07
sorry i don't have any knowledge in this field
@Gumball (793)
• United States
13 Aug 07
If you have no knowledge of it and can't bother to check out the link, then why bother to respond at all?
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@suspenseful (40316)
• Canada
30 Oct 07
Some people had some nerve. I remember reading about this some time ago. So he refuses to pay the lawyer fees. Why? Does he think that because he is a judge that he is above the law? Can't they disbar him and maybe have a Marshall come over to his mans- I mean, his residence and confiscate some of his stuff to pay the fees? By the way, how did he get to be a judge anyway? Had a relative in politics, or bribed somebody?