Judge Brian Huff
Posted in the Birmingham Forum
#1 Jul 12, 2006
#2 Oct 1, 2006
My family has become embroiled in the Jefferson County Social Services for five years now. Brian was my lawyer for years. He NEVER filed a motion in my behalf. He NEVER approached the Judge/Referee Sandra Storm to argue in my defense. He NEVER explained to me WHY we were making an appearance. He NEVER provided me with any "evidence" DHR was using against me - a DIRECT VIOLATION of my civil rights. HOWEVER, He ALWAYS advised me to shut up in HEARINGS. He HAS looked the other way while Tanesha Felton and all the case workers who are under her supervision have CONSTANTLY,CONTINUOUSLY and METHODICALLY ruined my reputation and that of my family. He DID ATTEND a DEPENDENCY HEARING that I was told was CANCELLED, and, as a result, I have lost the custody of my children. I am a decent, hard-working, loving father. MY CHILDREN ARE MY LIFE. Brian, through his ambition to get to the top has arrived at his destination by sacrificing my family. Congratulations on a job well done. Oh, and to Lee Borden, while it is true that Brian APPEARS to be honest and caring - his decisions reveal that he has no intention on hindering the progress of the federally funded MONEY MAKING MACHINE and returning children who have been ILLEGALLY REMOVED FROM THEIR FAMILIES.
#3 Aug 11, 2007
I would think that if a lawyer did nothing on your belalf, and yet you kept them on the case for years.......who is the idiot???
Sounds like a lot of hot air to me.
#4 Sep 26, 2011
You sound like a Lawyer or maybe was a lawyer and now a Judge.
#6 Jan 30, 2012
Juydge Brian Huff was appointed in 2005 to replace a retired judge, Sandra Ross Storm. He was then elected to that position in 2006.
Now, former judge Sandra Storm, is on the bench about every day at Jefferson County Family Court. Why? Didn't she retire?
See, Storm gets a very healthy retirement. Now, she gets paid, in addition to the retirement, for her full time substitute judge job. Understand?
Well, I'll explain. Storm retired in order to get her full pension. Huff has created a new position for her so that she might supplement her income. Now, Huff doesn't have to be at the court house all the time as he should be.
I have been told by reputable sources that Brian Huff has been in rehab for substance abuse since taking office. I do know that some of his close associates are addicts.
Is this the kind of person we need making decisions for our kids which will effect them for the rest of their lives?
#7 Feb 26, 2012
I agree with the above comment, We do not need judges like Huff, he will postpone court dates set before him intentionally (or maybe he was just too hungover or drunk) and takes several months to two years making a decision on his court cases. I know of complaints filed against him for taking a long time on his rulings.
NO....Judge Brian Huff should not be making decisions for our kids!
#8 Sep 16, 2012
I was told that this Judge Huff had been in drug rehab since taking office. Please vote for his opponent, Raymond Chambliss, in the November election.
#9 Oct 21, 2012
I have heard from several reliable resources that Judge Huff has been in rehab for substance abuse since taking office.
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