State District Judge Suzanne Wooten, others, indicted on bribery...
A state district judge and three others have been indicted on multiple bribery charges related to her 2008 campaign.
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#1 Oct 17, 2010
Blooter Wooten is a bully and a liar. I hope they can find an orange jump suit with a hole big enough so she can fit her fat head through it.
She should be removed from the bench. They only way she should be in the couthouse is if hse's pushinga mop like a janitor. She'd probably bribe the other janitors to do her work.
#2 Oct 17, 2010
Miss Wooten once told me "I kept all the promises I intended to keep". She is a crook.
#3 Oct 17, 2010
The nerve you two people have to get on here and make comments like this. BOO Wilbury, What are your past experiences with Judge Wooten. Sammy W, what are yours? I personally have have good experiences. I worked for her for almost 7 years. And loved it. She defended her clients, didn't allow CPS to walk all over her, and applied the law to EVERY case! She is well liked, easy to get a long with, and does not show favotism, nor does she bribe people!
#4 Oct 18, 2010
Engaging in organized criminal activity is a first-degree felony punishable by up to life in prison. The bribery charges are second-degree felonies that carry up to a 20-year prison term.
Maybe you can visit Blooter Wooten in Huntsville.
#6 Nov 10, 2011
My question is why does the judicial conduct commission even exist? They don't do anything until there is a conviction? If there is no criminal prosecution, the judicial conduct commission is unconcerned. The conduct commission is worthless.
#7 Nov 10, 2011
There was a judge in the valley who was convicted of bribery earlier this year and also one in El Paso.
If we keep going at this rate, the entire Texas Judiciary will be convicted within a decade.
It is so sad that any judge would be convicted of bribery because they can be bribed legally (e.g. campaign contributions).
#8 Nov 26, 2011
She clearly did not apply the law equally to those that came into her court room. Having worked for her is completely different than being subject to her rulings. The jury isn't "mistaken". They have ruled that she was indeed behaving criminally. That is not a rumor or a suspicion. The verdict was decided based on the legal proof presented in trial. She lost - she's a crook. She's been doing this for years. Wake up and wake up fast because you're the next person the FBI will be looking at. Madoff's secretary thought she was in the clear until they arrested her and locked her up. Wake the hell up.
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