Hon. Kimberly M. Briggs Superior Court of California, County of Alameda, California
This judge is biased and makes no attempts at hiding this. She is rude to attorneys who she is not in favor of and is a biased to district attorneys who have affiliations with judges she knows.
Hon. Linda Christopher Westchester County Supreme Court, New York
Judge Christopher should be removed.
Hon. Candace J. Beason Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, California
824. attorney (private practice)
The fact that she's pleasant doesn't make up for the fact that she often ignores the facts and the law in her rulings
Hon. Christine K. Goldsmith Superior Court of California, County of San Diego, California
823. party to case (pro se)
This judge makes faces, glares, and will not liusten to you even when you have all the written evidence and the other person only has hear say. Goldsmith should not be a judge. She has no common sense as she has shown in the past in the El Cajon court house.
Hon. Howard Aison Amsterdam City Court, New York
Judge Aison treats professional law staff and law enforcement professionals as subordinates and conducts himself inappropriately and often acts downright childish in his treatment of professionals he deals with on a daily basis. "If Judge Aison is not catered to beyond his pampered style he becomes childish and storms off after throwing papers at others." The greater than thou attitude and his demeanor within the public safety building is unacceptable. In his law knowledge and expectations the Judge is certainly adequate if not more knowledgable than most. His expectations within the courtroom are acceptable, his conduct with other professionals outside of the courtroom is deplorable.
Hon. Natalie C. Fleming County Court, County Criminal Court at Law No. 3, Harris County, Texas
Your Honor: It was a pleasure to serve in your court on Tuesday and Wednesday for the DUI case. I learned a lot about the law regarding "driving while intoxicated" and your personal statements made during voir dire and at the end of the trial showed your charisma and passion for what you do. Keep up the great work! Respectfully, Thomas Ross
Hon. Diane Haddock District Court, 233rd District Court, Tarrant County, Texas
819. party to case (pro se)
I recently wrote Judge Haddock a letter about the impact she made in the life of my child over 5 years ago. I wanted her to know that because of her decision, my child has thrived despite the abuse and abandonment of his mother. I want everyone to know that Judge Haddock is a judge of strength and wisdom and my son and I are so grateful that she was the judge in our case. I thank God above for her everyday.
Hon. Timothy J. Rowley Court of Common Pleas of Berks County, Pennsylvania
very fair judge
Hon. Kenji Machida Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, California
817. attorney (private practice)
I agree with the other post....If you get Comissioner Robert Harrison in a small claims matter, you should say you want to have a judge hear your case and not stipulate to have a Commissioner hear your case (all parties have a right to have a judge hear the case instead of commissioner or pro tem). If you then get Judge Kenji Machida you should use your right to strike one judge for any reason (CCP 170.6 -each side can strike one judge preemptively for any reason), to get a different judge...Whether he is knowledgeable or not is irrelevant, because he uses his knowledge to ignore the law and the facts.