Response to Roy Kronk's Motion For Relief From Stay
> On May 6, 2013, Belvin Perry, Chief Judge of the Ninth Judicial Circuit where the Defamation Action is pending and the presiding judge for Ms. Anthony's Criminal Case, completely eviscerated any possible chance that Ms. Anthony might receive a fair trial in Orange County. On the nationally televised NBC "Today" show, Judge Perry revealed confidential information concerning events that occurred during the Criminal Case. Astoundingly, he criticized the jury in the Criminal Case and expressed his personal views as to both the evidence and the outcome.
Judge Perry's comments raise concerns as to whether judicial canons which are supposed to guide the judiciary have been trampled. In all events, Judge Perry's comments create a perception, both in the mind of Ms. Anthony and the public, that there is no Judge in the Ninth Circuit who could fairly and effectively oversee any case involving Ms. Anthony. This is especially true in any case, like the Defamation Action, which involves facts and evidence that were at issue in the Criminal Case.
Judge Perry is the "boss" of other Ninth Circuit judges and is responsible for judicial assignments.
It is not unreasonable to fear that any Ninth Circuit judge who might preside over the Defamation Action would, even if only subconsciously, try to mete the punishment that Judge Perry clearly state he believes Ms. Anthony deserves. <
Code of Judicial Conduct
* Canon 3B(10). Commending or criticizing jurors for their verdict may imply a judicial expectation in future cases and may impair a juror's ability to be fair and impartial in a subsequent case.
Sorry but the trial he was talking about is long over with.
He never mentioned any up and coming ones. So whats your point? The Judge agreed with 99.9 percent of the population .....