Judge Johnson is on the take

Judge Johnson is on the take

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ThomasJeffersonS nodgrass

United States

#1 Nov 3, 2009
A true and amazing story is soon to follow
as the investigation continues
It is a very interesting one
and shall break shortly
As soon as a honest court employee
can be found
To tell the investigators the truth.
White House in Atlanta

United States

#2 Nov 3, 2009
He has his protection group. I hope his time as a Judge is investigated. He did take an oath that that he has destroyed.
MR G

Wichita, KS

#3 Nov 4, 2009
I Agree with White house the man did take a oath. The question is why is he not going by that oath?
Mort

United States

#4 Nov 4, 2009
Judge Johnson had never done wrong by me.
White House in Atlanta

United States

#5 Nov 4, 2009
Did you have an attorney?
MR G

United States

#6 Nov 7, 2009
I would hope that there are not many whom have had a bad day in court with this Judge.
As time goes on there are a few almost too many who have had there rights taken away be this man.
He took an oath to have a blind eye and to weigh all things before him --not to pick or choose which ever he feels like.
So as I see it may be time for him to leave the bench and go to a place like China
Sh-t I couldn't wish that upon them they are good hard working honest people.
Where he would fit in?---
Maybe Washington DC
Dragonlady

United States

#7 Nov 9, 2009
If you don't like the outcomes in the courtroom, one would think you'd not do things to put yourself in a position of having to be there.
spare me

Schuylkill Haven, PA

#8 Nov 9, 2009
you dont have to do anything wrong to be in the courtroom DRAGONLADY. ive been in there with a frind on a case that had to be dismissed, and not recommended by johnson either. if it was up to him my friend would have been charged falsely. but there was noway he was getting away with doing what HE WANTED..
Dragonlady

United States

#9 Nov 9, 2009
I have no idea what this particular gripe is all about. I do stand on my opinion that there are too many people who either live up here or visit this area with the idea anything goes, there should be no law. The idiots get busted, go to court and whine that consequences aren't fair. If this judge was ethically or criminally wrong, you can file a complaint against him. It's easy enough to find out how to do these things on the internet. If you do not take your complaints to the right people, you have no chance of seeing anything change until the next election a long way down the road.
expd

United States

#10 Nov 9, 2009
It would be fine if the said paper work went to where it was suppose to go. Not held up, lost, misplace, or? It would seam that this has happened a lot
Charger07

United States

#11 Nov 14, 2009
expd wrote:
It would be fine if the said paper work went to where it was suppose to go. Not held up, lost, misplace, or? It would seam that this has happened a lot
You'd think the lawyers would be all over it if paperwork was missing. And if nobody makes a formal complaint, then nothing can be done to change current practices.
Mr G

United States

#12 Jan 5, 2010
I still dont know why this man was not charged over the kim issue. In ever other place the boss that was over seeing his people waas charge why not him. I would love to hear a beleavable answer. Not a pile of more I dont know BS
IJFinsterwaldIII

Rochester, MI

#13 Jan 7, 2010
Dragonlady wrote:
I have no idea what this particular gripe is all about. I do stand on my opinion that there are too many people who either live up here or visit this area with the idea anything goes, there should be no law. The idiots get busted, go to court and whine that consequences aren't fair. If this judge was ethically or criminally wrong, you can file a complaint against him. It's easy enough to find out how to do these things on the internet. If you do not take your complaints to the right people, you have no chance of seeing anything change until the next election a long way down the road.
Dittos to that Dragonlady, there is indeed a mentality that this is the wild west. Property rights, privacy rights, heck, even your first amendment rights are assailed. This post, like many others that make accusations against individuals, isn't clear on the judge's transgressions. It would be nice if those could be made clear.
Mr G

United States

#14 Jan 7, 2010
dragonlady wrote
[If this judge was ethically or criminally wrong, you can file a complaint against him. It's easy enough to find out how to do these things on the internet. If you do not take your complaints to the right people, you have no chance of seeing anything change until the next election a long way down the road.]
When you file and they missplaced or loss your paper work. or the person is kin and stops your compaints in there tracks. you have no where to turn but to the state and yes it is a slow process
alpena

United States

#15 Apr 30, 2010
The Man needs to go
Government Watch

Mesquite, NV

#16 May 1, 2010
A judge in Michigan can not be recalled. They can be voted out or forced out by the State Supreme Court. This is the site where it all starts: http://jtc.courts.mi.gov/

If we file enough complaints that can be documented maybe the man will resign. He is not following the oath that he has taken. He creates his own laws!
alpena wrote:
The Man needs to go
geraldine

Gaylord, MI

#17 Jul 8, 2010
hes an alcoholic and coke head. maybe they should give him a drug test. wait they dont give courthouse employees drug tests...only people on probation who have to pay for them !!!
The Shadow knows

United States

#18 Jul 8, 2010
geraldine wrote:
hes an alcoholic and coke head. maybe they should give him a drug test. wait they dont give courthouse employees drug tests...only people on probation who have to pay for them !!!
You forgot pompous, arrogant, and a hypocrite. I find it laughable that he sits on the bench handing out punishment for drunk driving and drunk and disorderly when he's drunk half the time himself. Oh one other thing, his legal expertise is also pitiful as well.
OMG

Gaylord, MI

#19 Jul 8, 2010
The Shadow knows wrote:
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You forgot pompous, arrogant, and a hypocrite. I find it laughable that he sits on the bench handing out punishment for drunk driving and drunk and disorderly when he's drunk half the time himself. Oh one other thing, his legal expertise is also pitiful as well.
i take it you use to live in atlanta? haha. your last name weir?
cant use my name for fear

Grand Rapids, MI

#20 Jul 20, 2010
judge johnsons court is n his own. go to court and you cannot even hear a word that he is saying to the defendits in his court. he is afraid to speek into the microfone that is pushed so far from him that any one in court cannot hear their report. also all all sumons should be sent registered mail. to make sure all complaints are answered.

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