Recent Reviews

Hon. Ronald C. Nagle Court of Common Pleas of Chester County, Pennsylvania

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358. other

would not know the truth if it slapped him in the face

Hon. Ronald C. Nagle Court of Common Pleas of Chester County, Pennsylvania

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357. other

i think judge nagle can be a bias judge

Hon. Robert Leslie Hess Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, California

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355. party to case (with attorney)

Just terrible. My lawyer said we did not have a prayer dealing with this loon.

Hon. Otis Sterling, III Superior Court of California, County of Riverside, California

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354. other

I saw his when he was a public defender, an honest dedicated and detail oriented lawyer. I wish him all the success in his life. He is a man who is go out of way to defend the rights of a victim.

Hon. Colleen K. Sterne Superior Court of California, County of Santa Barbara, California

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353. attorney (private practice)

Dishonest, corrupt, incompetent, and arrogant. Ignores the law; applies politics instead. Decides which party she would like to win and votes accordingly. There is no justice in her court room. There is only corruption!

Hon. David E. Woessner Wood Co. Probate/Juvenile Court, Ohio

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352. witness

It is sad that this judge did not go into this case with an open mind. His bias was quite obvious, and he did not use Ohio law to judge this case. Rather, he used his own personal opinion based on no facts. He did not base child support payments on prior year tax returns, nor current year statements. He based it on what he felt should be payed, regardless of fairness or even ability to pay the amount. He is either sexist, in terms of child support, or he is against small business as Ohio law directly states in statute 5101:12-45-10 that even imputed income should be based off (a) prior employment, (g) evidence of ability to earn, and (h) age. None of these were taken into consideration, nor did they use the previous years tax returns, which would have dropped the amount in half. They did not even use minimum wage statistics and instead created a number they felt was right without any supporting facts. The person in question now pays over 1.5 times what others his age with more income and steadier employment pay, and chances are this judge has killed a small start-up business.

Hon. Samantha P. Jessner Superior Court of California, County of Los Angeles, California

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349. attorney (private practice)

This woman is out of her mind. Erroneous judgements like I have never seen before. The corruption in LA County is very sad and disturbing. Don't even bother -- go to appeals court.

Hon. Kelly C. Wall Court of Common Pleas of Montgomery County, Pennsylvania

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348. witness

In reference to the above case with unsupervised visitation being awarded to a father with a violent & suicidal history - Ms. Wall has done this before. It is beyond me HOW a judge who started her career as a family law attorney can possess such complete disregard for the welfare of children! Her blatant bias and favoritism for the father's with questionable intent should be grounds for her dismissal! Children will suffer at her hand!

Hon. Glenda S. Allen-Hill Superior Court of California, County of Fresno, California

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346. other

Very fair judge. Judge Hill does not take sides. Views the facts when time permits and will do her best to make sure the child is put first. I have gone before her more than once an although I did not get all of what I was asking for from the Family court I still feel that she was fair in her ruling. She knows the law well an I would rather have her hear my case over any other Judge in Fresno's Family Court she is, if I need say it again a Fair judge.

Hon. Steven G. Counelis Superior Court of California, County of Riverside, California

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345. other

This judge gave 50% visitation to a father with a drug habit even when the mediators report said it was a severe safety hazard to the child. He totally ignored the facts that were presented without any care of what could happen to a small child.