Questionnaire: Superior court judge c...

Questionnaire: Superior court judge candidate Brian House

There are 25 comments on the Catoosa County News story from Oct 8, 2008, titled Questionnaire: Superior court judge candidate Brian House. In it, Catoosa County News reports that:

Superior Court judge candidate in the Lookout Mountain Judicial Circuit Brain House.

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anonymous

Ringgold, GA

#24 Sep 20, 2012
Steve Fisher wrote:
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
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 don’t 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.
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 grandson’s 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 grandson’s behalf!

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anonymous

Ringgold, GA

#25 Sep 20, 2012
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 don’t 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.
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 grandson’s 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 grandson’s behalf!

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house1

Blacksburg, SC

#26 Sep 15, 2013
Judge house is a coward of a man and a piss poor judge and I didn't even lose my case but he is sorry and should be banished from law all together
Battered woman in Ga

Brunswick, GA

#27 Dec 10, 2013
Unanswered questions, which will never be... I am a female who was married for 24 years and had three children and went through court hell. Being on disability and not being able to afford an attorney played against me hard. After living with an alcoholic and abusive individual, I waited until my kids had grown until I decided-- enough! On said day there were words and also my ex-husbands physical abuse. The police were called and pictures were taken and I was sent to domestic violence shelter. Ex was put in jail and got out the next day with help from his parents. Divorce proceeded and lasted for one solid year as my ex, mother and father in law and the help from money for one " Robert Stultz." I did start this hell with an attorney, but any-one knows the longer this stuff is carried out the more expensive, which I couldn't keep up with the Jones's. I had pictures of the aftermath of being beat up, but was told by the honorable Judge House that the pictures only showed what I had done to myself. What is even worse is my court case was held after every one else had left including the court reporter. I have never been treated so bad in all my life the word humiliation doesn't even come close. I was given allimony seven months prior by Judge Woods only to be taken away by House. One might wonder how and the only thing they showed in court was a picture of me with my hand on a males shoulder and that was it. I was told that my new boy friend " the one construed in a picture to be my boyfriend" could now take care of me. I was in awe. How could this injustice happen? The only thing I could think of was not having the money to afford "Justice." I will probably never forget the smerks from my ex and his mother. I hope no one ever has to go through what I did. If one thinks I coud of appealed, well think again because House said it would be denied and it most certainly would go in front of him. Don't and I repeat Don't ever seek justice if you are a female for domestic violence in front of Mr. House. sincerely, just another battered woman in Ga.
Burnt

Ooltewah, TN

#28 Feb 22, 2016
Larry wrote:
House needs to be investagated. At first I thought he was in on the Craft conspiracy, but I'm now leaning toward him just being a moran. I've never seen such injustice at work. I think Ringgold is a great city....but unfortunately I believe now is full of corruptness. The judges and procecutors care only for making a name for themselves or their next career step.....not what is just.
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