I have been reading a lot of blogs about Judge House, and not all of them have been complementary. I guess that is because most people only bother to write something when they donít get things their way. I feel that I should weigh in on this subject because I have recently been in the court room and had an opportunity to experience first hand an example of how Judge Brian House administers justice.Brian House, Superior Court Judge. Now THAT'S a scary thought.
He might be an OK judge tho, because as an attorney, in his mind he was able to argue your case in court without much (if any) knowledge of the facts surrounding the case.
He represented my wife and I (I say represented because he was there)in magistrates court. After a less than vigorous defense, we lost our case (no surprise there)But what was TRULY amazing was that he did not know the procedure to appeal the magistrates decision!!! In his defense, nobody at the magistrates office knew either. He pretty much sucked as the PD for Catoosa County, and I don't see him being any more knowledgeable on the bench
My wife and I had positioned the court to intervene in the custody of our grandson while my son was going through his divorce. My wife and were beside ourselves because our grandson was in a dangerous situation. Our grandson was being neglected and abused at the hands of his mother. We took a big chance and brought our case before Judge House.
When we took our case before Judge House I watched as Judge House carefully listened to all sides of the case and conducted the hearing in an unbiased way. Judge House was able to divide fact from fiction and see the truth in the end. Judge House took the time to make sure that my infant grandsonís best interests were met. Judge Brian House is for the rights of defenseless children.
I will bet that there are other cases where people have come away from the court room of Judge Brian House and felt justice was served, it is too bad people do not take the time and effort to share their experiences. I am very thankful for Judge Brian House on my grandsonís behalf!