J.W. Greene Jr. and David Henry
evereythin red

Stuttgart, AR

#21 Sep 18, 2011
green is an old, bitter bastard that needs to retire. he lets personal issues interfere with his professional life. he has no room to speak the way he does to people in a courtroom. hell he is an alocoholic and drunk driver himself. he been in for DWI and he wanna preach to people and threaten them with jail. his old ass need to be locked up too. his day will come and karma gonna grab him by the balls, if someones lawyer dont do it first
Duh

Cabot, AR

#23 Sep 18, 2011
The simple answer is, DON'T DO ANYTHING TO BE IN HIS COURTROOM AND U WON'T GET JAIL TIME...
Casscoe

Carlisle, AR

#24 Sep 19, 2011
Best judge/lawyer this town has ever had. The bums never like to be told to go to jail or pay a fine.
Girlie

Stuttgart, AR

#25 Sep 19, 2011
I gotta go see his old ass tomorrow

Since: Jul 11

Brea, CA

#26 Sep 20, 2011
Yeah I agree they are both good and if you did something to end up there in the first place you deserve jail time don't go to court if you don't expect jail time
justMyopinion

Houston, TX

#28 Jun 4, 2012
There is no excuse and nothing to listen to, NONE!!! For drinking and driving, I think first offense should be jail and lose your license FOR LIFE!!! I don't care if you are 16 or 60. There is a recent 18yr old that was just charged with DUI( NOT HIS FIRST RUN IN WITH ALCOHOL INVOLVED). I hope he gets the book thrown at him. And I wish his parents could get the same for allowing it to keep continuing. If the judge wronged you and you were truely innocent, I am sorry that happened to you. But some offenses need sever punishment.
i say

Stuttgart, AR

#29 Jun 4, 2012
justondavismyopinion well sain did i get the name right
justMyopinion

United States

#30 Jun 5, 2012
Yes
LOVE THE WORLD

United States

#31 Jun 5, 2012
Why should the parent be held responsible? You said he was 18 that's legal age I think . Sometimes patents don't know that the child is out doing things until It's to late. From experience you can put your child in rehab lock them up but until they are ready to change or stop its out of the parents hands when they have done all they can do. Just sayin
justMyopinion

United States

#32 Jun 18, 2012
LOVE THE WORLD wrote:
Why should the parent be held responsible? You said he was 18 that's legal age I think . Sometimes patents don't know that the child is out doing things until It's to late. From experience you can put your child in rehab lock them up but until they are ready to change or stop its out of the parents hands when they have done all they can do. Just sayin
HE IS 18 NOW!! NOT for the first offense, and they continued to furnish him a vehicle to drink and drive with. That us why they too deserve some punishment. They enabled him. But yes now at 18 he is responsible for his actions, but again it was his mothers vehicle.
JWJerkWad

Stuttgart, AR

#33 Oct 6, 2012
Being a judge is a sacred responsibility, and the citizenry has the right to expect a balance of punishment and mercy from its judge. JW Green sounds like a twisted and bitter old man who has abused his position and power, and casually and capriciously ruined people's lives. He sounds like one of those despicable bastards that have gotten used to power, and discovered he LIKES the feel of the whip in his hand. I would agree that some crimes merit harsh punishment, of course. But possession of marijuana? Are you kidding me? When most states are considering legalization in one form or another, including Arkansas? When the evidence of it's being harmful is dubious at best? This is a case of a judge substituting his own personal prejudices for fact, and knee-jerk severity for true judgment. Sweet old man? Yeah, maybe, as long as you attend his same country club or kiss his ass, he'll pat you on the head. And for those in earlier posts who say what a sweet man he is or how "criminals" deserve punishment: all that says to me is that as long as this mean, hateful old fuck hasn't hurt you or your loved ones, you don't give a shit. For that, you deserve to share the same corner of hell reserved for the smug and self-righteous Jerk Wad
Mere

United States

#34 Oct 6, 2012
To the best of my knowledge of Judge Green, his wasn't killed by a drunk driver. Although his father was a drunk and abusive father.
cricket

Lampasas, TX

#36 Oct 6, 2012
Mere wrote:
To the best of my knowledge of Judge Green, his wasn't killed by a drunk driver. Although his father was a drunk and abusive father.
Now that is one of his stories he tells in the courtroom, which i go to when i get the chance, just to hear his stories. He is wonderful, and yes intimidating. But at least he ain't no fool! He is right on, he probably knows every trick in the book, you do know he was a criminal lawyer for many years. He knows the law. I hate to see him go, there will never be anyone like him. And whoever said jw was a drunk, don't know him.
unknown

United States

#37 Oct 11, 2012
The one time I was in court & I was there for speeding. He did give a lot of jail time but most of the people he gave it to had bad attitudes & acted like they had no respect. The people that showed him respect received respect. He seemed nice to me. I don't know him personally but I did notice a lot of people couldn't pay their fines & acted like they didn't deserve to go to jail. I don't know their situation but apparently going to jail isn't helping because they constantly keep going back, maybe they need more time in jail to make them think. I paid my fine & got probation because I asked for it to keep a speeding ticket off my record. He did seem to have something to say to everyone to try to help them but if u don't help yourself how can you expect everyone else to help uou.
Jus sayin

United States

#38 Oct 11, 2012
cricket wrote:
<quoted text>
Now that is one of his stories he tells in the courtroom, which i go to when i get the chance, just to hear his stories. He is wonderful, and yes intimidating. But at least he ain't no fool! He is right on, he probably knows every trick in the book, you do know he was a criminal lawyer for many years. He knows the law. I hate to see him go, there will never be anyone like him. And whoever said jw was a drunk, don't know him.
Only went in front of him once on a speeding ticket and let me tell you i am glad he is gone !!!! I never speed and he was way to rude to me for no reason !!' so glad he is gone !!'

Since: Sep 12

United States

#39 Nov 5, 2012
JW should go. I was arrested for a crime that was someone elses. I was 20 years old and arrested for harrassing someone ove what was said to be MY 15 year old son. I'm sorry but it was impossible to have a son that old at the age of 20. When the charges were dropped on my end JW informed me that if I was caught speeding in Stuttgart again he would throw me in jail to prove a point. I had never had a ticket in town before that. He is abusive with his power and its out of control. I should have sued them for the mistake of that size. I almost lost my job for missing work to attend court and I spent a night in jail as well as $350 that was returned. I still have problems cause it has never been removed from ACIC for background checks.
HHH

Stuttgart, AR

#40 Nov 5, 2012
Hes a good man
supporter

Cabot, AR

#41 Nov 6, 2012
You people wait..there is going to be an outbreak of simple thefts and all that crap now you watch and see..jw atleast let people know you commit a crime your gonna do the time

Since: Sep 12

Dallas, TX

#42 Nov 6, 2012
I agree if u do the crime pay the time. But when I was arrested and it wasn't even supposed to be me. It was a case of carelessness on the person that entered the warrant in the computer, and he threatened to lock me up for a first offense speeding ticket and I was almost in Almyra when it happened. I was very upset and tempted to file a suit against the City of Stuttgart. If they had read the affidavit instead of just pretending to read it they wouldn't have had the issue. It was easy to see that at 20 years old I couldn't have a 15 year old son. That's what the harrassment was over. I was respectful and had all the evidence there to support my claim and he was still rude and disrespectful toward me. As for David Henry I think he is pretty fair. Been in his courtroom with my sister on several occassions and he was fair and respectful.
real voter

United States

#43 Nov 6, 2012
i went to court j w fell asleep vicki woke in up guilty take him to jail thats a fair i hope he burns in hell

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