Which Pike Co. JUDGE Attended ERIC Co...

Which Pike Co. JUDGE Attended ERIC Conn's ABE Lincoln Statute Celebration ?

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JDug

Versailles, KY

#1 Feb 23, 2013
Hmmm WONDER Who it was ?
wtf

Chesterfield, MO

#3 Feb 24, 2013
JDug wrote:
Is it legal for a judge to endorse the business activities of lawyers ? Which Judge came to Eric Conn's ABE Statute unveiling ?
It was judge Peter B Goode LMAO LMAO LMAO.
Muse

Versailles, KY

#4 Feb 25, 2013
Hmmm, playing music for Eric Conn and being introduced as a Judge while on the business grounds of the Law Complex. Why would a local Judge sponsor Eric or endorse him ?
Shame Shame

Versailles, KY

#5 Feb 27, 2013
Shame on the Judge.
purple people eater

Chesterfield, MO

#7 Mar 14, 2013
Why would it be inappropriate for a judge...that doesn't hear cases from this attorney at all...to play and perform at this function? In a county that is also NOT where this judge sits the bench. Eric practices in SSD not DUI's and domestic violence. He will never bring a case before that judge. Shame on YOU people, why would you even care? You should be careful with all that hatred, it does things to your insides.
Because

Richmond, KY

#8 Mar 14, 2013
A judge should never lend his or her name to any attorney's promotions, it looks too much like the judge has endorsed the lawyer. Its against the judicial rules.
Old rock n roller

Lebanon, KY

#9 Mar 14, 2013
Because wrote:
A judge should never lend his or her name to any attorney's promotions, it looks too much like the judge has endorsed the lawyer. Its against the judicial rules.
This judge has been playing in a band since 1966 or 67, it is his hobby and his passtime. He plays at all kinds of gatherings, you can be a judge and still have a social life. His court does not have a damn thhing to do with a SS or SSI case. You can't even convience the ignorant or any collaboration. Must be a pretty good judge if he is not afraid to mix and mingle with the people, I see him playing at all kind of events. Not that he can sing worth a damn but that is another issue, he is just having a good time with a musical hobby he has been in for over 40 years...I seen him play at Jerry's last summer, that don't mean he endorsed the J-boy although he used eat a lot of em..
Because

Richmond, KY

#10 Mar 14, 2013
its the rules, a judge cannot lend himself or herself to the promotion of a lawyer's business.
gimmeabreak

Chesterfield, MO

#11 Mar 18, 2013
"its the rules"

Please cite your sources.
CSpan Senate Conn

Versailles, KY

#12 Oct 7, 2013
Old rock n roller wrote:
<quoted text>
This judge has been playing in a band since 1966 or 67, it is his hobby and his passtime. He plays at all kinds of gatherings, you can be a judge and still have a social life. His court does not have a damn thhing to do with a SS or SSI case. You can't even convience the ignorant or any collaboration. Must be a pretty good judge if he is not afraid to mix and mingle with the people, I see him playing at all kind of events. Not that he can sing worth a damn but that is another issue, he is just having a good time with a musical hobby he has been in for over 40 years...I seen him play at Jerry's last summer, that don't mean he endorsed the J-boy although he used eat a lot of em..
There you have it, CSPAN and the US Senate Report about Eric Conn, reference the Pike District Court, will more come out, I'll guess we will have to wait and see ! Read the SENATE REPORT for yourself.
the report

Thelma, KY

#13 Oct 7, 2013
CSpan Senate Conn wrote:
<quoted text>There you have it, CSPAN and the US Senate Report about Eric Conn, reference the Pike District Court, will more come out, I'll guess we will have to wait and see ! Read the SENATE REPORT for yourself.
All 166 pages and it does discuss some of Eric Conn's special projects that he funded.

http://www.coburn.senate.gov/public/index.cfm...
judge conduct

Thelma, KY

#14 Oct 7, 2013
Because wrote:
its the rules, a judge cannot lend himself or herself to the promotion of a lawyer's business.
According to the following it looks like it is okay. Playing in a band at an event where there was no fund raising for and no kind of politics seems legitimate. Eric Conn has no contact with the local judicial system as all of his work is done out of West Virginia, I guess. So, maybe in this case it was okay??

http://www.uscourts.gov/RulesAndPolicies/Code...

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