Recent Reviews

Hon. Susan J. Matcham Superior Court of California, County of Monterey, California


1928. party to case (with attorney)

She completely ignores the law, and facts placed right in front of her eyes regarding child abuse and domestic violence. She is horrible! She is not totally pro-woman, as I am a mother of two abused children and after they watched my ex husband violently attack me she did nothing to protect me and turned my kids unsupervised over to him for a week. It took her over a month to sign her own orders, which she signed incorrectly, and then crossed out items and hand wrote in items changing her own mind after she made the order. She needs to be removed immediately. I've heard many attorneys in Monterey County agree on how she never follows the basic law!

Hon. Daphne Sykes Scott Superior Court of California, County of Orange, California


1925. party to case (pro se)

Judge rules her court as a prosecutor in family law. She hears cases to move them along. Sentenced me to financial hardship and allowed my son to be taken

Hon. Denise Pratt District Court, 311th District Court, Harris County, Texas


1924. other

This judge has egregiously sat on her hands and not fulfilled her duties as a public servant. The people deserve better.

Hon. Clay M. Smith Superior Court of California, County of Orange, California


1923. party to case (pro se)

Judge needs to stop practicing family law as he does not follow the rules governing evidence. He sides with bitter and vengeful women in domestic violence cases without even though the lack proof to support their requests.

Hon. Daniel J. Brabender, Jr. Court of Common Pleas of Erie County, Pennsylvania


1921. other

He appears to show favoritism to some attorneys and there clients

Hon. Ellen Gesmer Supreme Court, Civil Branch, New York County, New York


1919. party to case (with attorney)

I'm a father and this judge assigned my case to a referee but she made it clear to referee how the case should be decided before we even started the trial. Nothing more to be said, you can figure out the rest from the others comments above.

Hon. Harry J. Tobias Superior Court of California, County of San Benito, California


1918. witness

Judge Tobias issued evidentiary and monetary sanctions on a Cancer patient for not meeting discovery deadlines. Said it was good enough to continue trial but not good enough to get away from sanctions. If you get cancer still answer discovery timely in hollister.

Hon. Kim R. Hoover Stow Municipal Court, Ohio


1916. juror

Judge Hoover has proven his ability to help offenders find the good in themselves. His success rate in reforming those who come before his court is exemplary. Judge Hoover truly makes a difference as he revolutionizes the Municipal Court system.

Hon. Ray A. Santana Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, California


1915. party to case (with attorney)

This judge is rude, never listens, doesn't care. Its amazing that he makes 179, 000 a year screeing people over.

Hon. Sandra K. Bean Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, California


1914. attorney (non-profit practice)

probably the most pathetic judge to be ever in a courtroom..i never been in front of such an incompetent judge and her knowledge of the law is the worst i've witnessed in 20 yrs