Falls fees nothing less than scam

''The government that governs least, governs best.'' - Thomas Jefferson ''If the government can't afford the money, it should just take the money.'' - Cuyahoga Falls judges The second quote is not the official ... Full Story
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GOT cash

Akron, OH

#1 Jul 23, 2008
I am sure your court case will go well now that you went to the papers with your name and everything lol

Bring LIVE ON FIVE or some investigating local news team or your about to get your wallet cleaned out. rofl

It's about time this scam made the news.

I bet Hoover is PO'd and Robart is loving every minute of it.
Scofflaw

Northfield, OH

#2 Jul 24, 2008
Chief Justice Moyer is also on the war path against mayors courts. Guess what? Most mayors courts don't gouge the people as bad as municipal courts. Their court costs are like $50-70. The Falss is $130. Amazing.

And have you seen the HUGE courthouse Judge Hoover is building?
pssd

Los Angeles, CA

#3 Jul 24, 2008
The same thing happened to me. I got a speeding ticket, which I deserved but the actual fine was $50.00 when I went to pay it, they charged $100.00 in court costs!!! Actually, I think it was more. I asked if I could make 2 payments on it and they said "no." I can't stand Judge Kim Hoover. I witnessed him in court and how he talks to people. He's a JERK. I hope something is done to stop him from robbing us blind!!!!
nice

Westlake, OH

#4 Jul 24, 2008
and to think.... the government just saved us a few weeks back from those thieves they call payday loans...... their reason.... the fees were too high.... hmmmm..... double standard?
Mars

Stow, OH

#5 Jul 24, 2008
Cuyahoga Falls isn't that bad. Wait until it gets to Stow. You'll be able to buy shares in the court and it will be listed on the New York Stock Exchange.
Brutal Honesty

Cleveland, OH

#6 Jul 24, 2008
Scofflaw wrote:
Chief Justice Moyer is also on the war path against mayors courts. Guess what? Most mayors courts don't gouge the people as bad as municipal courts.
Chief Moyer's main gripe about Mayor's Courts is that he sees it as a conflict of interest on the part of the Mayor. Plus, majority of Mayors is not Judges nor have any legal experience whatsoever. That's been another issue as well. After all, you can't act as someone's attorney when you're not, so someone should not be able to be a Judge when they're not.
Leprdess

Akron, OH

#7 Jul 24, 2008
I got a ticket for a not a complete stop at a stop sign in the Falls -$150.00 - crazy - I said I did make a complete stop and fought it and took it to court and ended up paying $10.00 less - big woop!
Chris_B

Shippingport, PA

#8 Jul 24, 2008
It sounds like this judge needs to be taught a lesson.
Exterminator

AOL

#9 Jul 24, 2008
The good people of Hoover court beware. It ain't over yet. This is only the beginning of his huge court taxes. Klinger the bailiff, should be getting another raise soon. This would make his total about a 82% pay raise. Any of you had raises like this in your five years of being employeed? He makes more money than most public officials at his rate of earnings. Why not he has his private accountant wife Carol Klinger to keep those raises coming. Carol makes sure she takes her orders from both Cheryl and Kim Hoover. If your mad and not wanting to take this any more call Hoover at home since you can't seem to reach Klinger at the office. Always dodging the questions those two.
american patriot

Gallipolis, OH

#10 Jul 24, 2008
this judge needs to be put on trial himselfcoming up with this bull s***.
oh , so this is how it goes if our allready squeazed government won't give money to a judge for a new building, then we'll just take it. sounds pretty brazen to me. a note to our governing bodys , who do you think you are!!?? soon the day is to come with much civil unrest.people get ready for another civil war.this judge and other entities need fired!

“Lohio Bound”

Since: Oct 07

Location hidden

#11 Jul 24, 2008
Wow! Does Dyer actually have teeth!!??
Anonymous

Canton, OH

#12 Jul 24, 2008
We could easily get back at courts like this if everybody fought their tickets. By law, they cannot charge you more in court costs or fines for excercising your constitutional right to have your day in court. I know from experience you can drag a routine traffic ticket into 5 appearances. As an added bonus, they will usually drop the points if you go away.
holdyourhorses

Wallingford, KY

#13 Jul 24, 2008
And our "elected" government officials wonder why the public is so distrustful and angry. Why do these people keep getting re-elected and appointed in the first place is beyond me.
Soulman

Akron, OH

#15 Jul 24, 2008
Can you say Larceny?
a voice

Mantua, OH

#17 Jul 24, 2008
Retire the fraud artist. This lawyer is a common criminal as usual.
The good working people stand back and take it but for not much longer!!!

As the so called judge says if your not guilty? Well he's guilty of doing whatever he wants on the backs of the people that pay his huge salary and health care etc.
Good bye x judge Hoover!!!

See how you like chasing Ambulances.

Since: Jun 08

Solon, OH

#18 Jul 24, 2008
Brutal Honesty wrote:
<quoted text>
Chief Moyer's main gripe about Mayor's Courts is that he sees it as a conflict of interest on the part of the Mayor. Plus, majority of Mayors is not Judges nor have any legal experience whatsoever. That's been another issue as well. After all, you can't act as someone's attorney when you're not, so someone should not be able to be a Judge when they're not.
Most mayors court now have magistrates who are lawyers. Fairlawn, Richfield, Norton, Boston Heights, Peninsula, Doylestown, for example.
SDespot

Hudson, OH

#19 Jul 24, 2008
Anonymous wrote:
We could easily get back at courts like this if everybody fought their tickets. By law, they cannot charge you more in court costs or fines for excercising your constitutional right to have your day in court. I know from experience you can drag a routine traffic ticket into 5 appearances. As an added bonus, they will usually drop the points if you go away.
Of course if you add up all that time you miss from work to go to court, is it really worth it? I just try to be as careful as possible to avoid tickets all together. I used to be bad with getting them a long time ago, but in the last 6 years, I have only gotten 1.
Emmett

Alto, NM

#20 Jul 24, 2008
And so goes our state and federal governments. We are not living in a country that resembles what our forefathers intended. Liberal philosophies via mostly the democrat party but also republican politicians share the blame- as well as an apathetic, misinformed, ignorant, propagandized, and immoral public….Truly time for a revolution…
Not Surprised

Willoughby, OH

#21 Jul 24, 2008
What I am really surprised about is that Hoover doesn't charge the people who come to court cases PSL's to help pay for his new palace.....
Lil Jimmy Norton

Northfield, OH

#22 Jul 24, 2008
It's the Falls, baby. That's how they roll. Don't do the crime if you can't do the time.

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