Recent Reviews

Hon. Keith Mills Stewart County Court, County Court at Law No. 5, Montgomery County, Texas


1994. other

Judge Stewart is one of the very best Judges I have ever dealt with. He is straightforward and fair. He not only shows his concern for the litigants, he cares for them and their well being. By taking this personal care attitude, one feels safe and secure in the knowledge that you will be treated fair and honestly. The fact that his sense of humor does show while on the bench give a more natural and relaxed feeling to the court room. In my book, he is right at the top. Thank you, Judge, you really helped me turn my life around.

Hon. Joyce M. Cram Superior Court of California, County of Contra Costa, California


1982. witness

On Cram's last day before retiring, I saw her in action. She ignorantly supported a guy who schmoozed her with his innocent demeanor. When she asked him to comment on a subpoenaed hidden bank account--he is a deadbeat dad--he just said, "I don't know anything about that." crummy Cram responded, "ok" and that was it! This guy makes over $15000 a month not counting the money he steals from partners. He really "crammed" it to Cram that morning last fall.

Hon. Cheryl Mills Superior Court of California, County of Contra Costa, California


1977. party to case (pro se)

My brief one appearance before her she appeared all that you would want in a judge. Just normal.

Hon. Andrea Plumlee District Court, 330th District Court, Dallas County, Texas


1976. courthouse employee

Why is it that Andrea plumlee is allowed to send out invitations to get out the vote on county computers on county time. She has a luncheon and demands attorneys attend and she has it at the juvenile justice courthouse. This is the sort of back door dealing this woman practices, in the courtroom of the people. Please help remove this incompetent woman and replace her on March 4th. We will need to watch her helpers in the primary where she will try to buy votes using Teddy Hawkins who then pays the member of a church and then he gives the money to the preachers. This is how,she thinks she will win!!! We r watching you all!

Hon. Mary Lou Villar de Longoria Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, California


1975. attorney (private practice)

If I watched a movie recapping what I saw this Judge do, I would say "this is absurd - no one would ever violate basic principles of judicial ethics and ignore the law." She sealed the court when it came time to reprimand the DA for being caught in committing TWO Brady violations. She would not open the court back up until the defense attorney said that he is going to retrieve an attorney to be a witness of what she has done. She did not sanction the DA at all for her two Brady violations. She threatened a witness while on the stand and she would not hear the defense attorney's objections. She has caused many people to believe that there is no justice system here.

Hon. John H. Sugiyama Superior Court of California, County of Contra Costa, California


1974. party to case (with attorney)

I felt that he was a very compassionate judge. He listened to both sides but really gave more time to the other side (without attorney) to speak. He treated everyone involved in our case with respect and he seemed fair.

Hon. Maria Musti Cook Court of Common Pleas of York County, Pennsylvania


1973. other

Rude. Downright nasty and lacks empathy for those, particularly children, whom she is supposed to represent.

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


1972. party to case (pro se)

This judge is consistently late and is biased towards those who have representation. Her courtroom is a circus. Those waiting to see her are allowed to talk and use their cell phones without being reprimanded. Negative stars for preparedness and punctuality.


1970. other

Most cold hearten person i have ever seen! Gives out years like they are nothing! One day he will have to answer to God!

Hon. Sean Finn Child Support (Title IV-D) Court, Title IV-D Court No. 4, Texas


1969. witness

Pre-Judges before getting important facts, tries to intimidate defendants.