The Hateful Judge Suzanne Brooks

The Hateful Judge Suzanne Brooks

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Concerned Citizen

Edinburg, TX

#1 Apr 21, 2011
“We won’t be and can’t be out-done by Austin hippie-ism, If I need to have my bailiff just shoot a lawyer here in our county for every lawyer jailed in Travis, so help me God, I will, Please God help me, I have a .38 under my judicial gown. Lord, give me the sign. "- The Honorable Judge Suzanne Brooks of Williamson County---http://austinlawnews. blogspot.com/2008/04/williamso n-county-judges-rage-against.h tml
At first glance, one would never guess that this seemingly sweet woman could be responsible for such threats. Is this the kind of person that we want at as a Justice of the Peace? It sounds like ‘peace’ is the last thing on her mind. Judges have many duties, one of them being interpreting law. I know firsthand how Ms. Brooks interprets the law… and it is far from impartial.
Judges of all levels of government are expected to act in a manner that does not reflect their morals and values. Judge Brooks or Judge Roy Bitch, as I like to call her, does not realize this. A person like Suzanne Brooks has no business interpreting law. Anybody who threatens and individual with death should not be allowed to hold public office. You may not think that this pertains to you, but God forbid that you or someone you love commits a misdemeanor in Williamson County. It will be then that you will realize that none of what I have said is an exaggeration. The Judicial system in Williamson County needs reform. While the rest of the world is progressing, our county officials continue to enforce laws as if it were the 1920’s. Morality has no place in our justice system. Our founding fathers understood this, and they were a hell of a lot more intelligent than Brooks or any other WILCO JP’s for that matter.
El Viajero

Pflugerville, TX

#2 Dec 22, 2011
Williamson county judges rule based on morality, then they have some strange morals. Bias for cops, elected officials, and bureaucrats. Extreme harshness for the people. Covictions for the innocent. That's what you get in Willianson county courts.
screwed citizen

San Antonio, TX

#3 Dec 5, 2012
Judge brooks was my judge, I was arrested in wilco with 3.5 grams of pot, by the time I saw the judge my charge was pocs felony 2, I had do hire a lawyer and cut a deal for a class A misdemeanor, she gave me 2 years probation 2000 dollar fine, 80 hours community service, anger management, and if I fail these conditions I will serve 2 years in county jail without parole. How can she say something like what is stated above, and be allowed to hand out a punishment like that to me. She is the criminal making death threats!
This guy

United States

#4 Dec 7, 2012
screwed citizen wrote:
Judge brooks was my judge, I was arrested in wilco with 3.5 grams of pot, by the time I saw the judge my charge was pocs felony 2, I had do hire a lawyer and cut a deal for a class A misdemeanor, she gave me 2 years probation 2000 dollar fine, 80 hours community service, anger management, and if I fail these conditions I will serve 2 years in county jail without parole. How can she say something like what is stated above, and be allowed to hand out a punishment like that to me. She is the criminal making death threats!
We don't have to put up with this anymore. It's time we change this county!
screwed citizen

San Antonio, TX

#5 Dec 10, 2012
This guy wrote:
<quoted text> We don't have to put up with this anymore. It's time we change this county!
I live in travis county now, and I'm on the tail end of my probation sentence, I'm willing to do any and everything to change that county though.
Citizen

Georgetown, TX

#6 Jan 18, 2013
Sounds like a bunch of cry babies to me. You guys broke the law knowing what the penalties were. As for dangerous threats...how many people do you think died getting your dope to you?
Non ya

United States

#7 Apr 2, 2013
Her own employees cant stand her in-Justus, harsh and OVER punishment. I know of an employees that couldnt take it any more and transferred to another department. She is all about status and making the county a profit.
non ya wrong

United States

#8 Oct 7, 2013
Hey non ya name one employee...
Wilco resident

Leander, TX

#9 Mar 10, 2014
She's a menopausal old bag. When she dies no one will attend her funeral and thats too bad. Judge and ye shall be judged. Wish they still stoned people... haha I'd be waiting in line.
Shannon Wilkerson

Tacoma, WA

#11 Jul 21, 2015
I had her for my divorce AND had her for a few criminal issues.... LOVE HER!!! I feel she was fair, the reality is I landed myself there..... no one else. I know the laws in the area, can't really complain when I get caught. That includes weed laws, kinda a "no brainer" right? She is human, and I find it refreshing when elected officals show they are just like us, with emotions and opinions instead of an automated political reponse. Every case is different. She was the first judge to ever give a murder charge for shaken baby. Fallow the rules or don't get caught.... pretty simple really.
Here's a tip.... change the LAWS, not the judges.
Dwight

United States

#12 Nov 1, 2015
She impersonated the williamson County DA with me and told me lies are legal hear. If I impersonate a law officials I would get two years day for day. Dwight Davenport
she is so wrong

United States

#13 Jan 21, 2016
Just know brooks should never be on the bench and in the end she will pay
Knunya Binnez

Bastrop, TX

#14 Feb 8, 2016
In regards to her comments about degenerate austin hippie parasites, I agree and wish she carried a .45. No one is perfect, humans are fallible but I share the contempt for moonbat lawyers who have no respect for justice, or people who don't have enough sense to stay out of WilCo if they can't drive without smoking dope. WilCo does have some need for reform, but it has more to do with the prosecutors who will push for convictions and harsh punishments regardless if it actually serves the cause of justice or not. Michael Morton is the poster child of this.
Sent Tumbling

Austin, TX

#15 May 19, 2016
The politely spoken but certainly dishonorable Suzanne Brooks presided over my case of assault/family violence. During a casual disagreement, my wife decided to send me to jail by accusing me of "hitting" her, then changed that to "grabbing" her arm" neither of which I did. Judge Brooks paid scant attention to the wasteful jury trail, often surprised when asked to comment on a motion. At times, Brooks would look up from paperwork she was studying and appear confused as though she had no idea what was being addressed. Her subsequent rulings supported this contention. In the end, I became one of many people convicted of crime and punished WITHOUT ANY EVIDENCE to support it. I visited several well-known attorneys in Travis County to discuss mounting an appeal and every time I told them Judge Brooks has tried the case, the attorneys shook their heads in disgusted understanding. Several offered "Im sorry" while others declared "She is the worst judge in this entire state." Dont let her smile and soft spoken charm (pretense) fool you.
dwight

United States

#16 Sep 13, 2016
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