For Judicial Oversight Commissions
(All 50 states have judicial
commissions patterned after California. Below is a common example of how these
commissions function in reality.)
Linda Terry writes ---
I wrote to the Commission on Judicial
Performance, 455 Golden Gate Ave., Suite 14400, San Francisco, Ca. 94102-3660
about Judge Gene Huesman having four drunk driving charges and sitting on the
bench with an arrest bracelet on his ankle for drunk driving. Their reply
was that they determined there were no grounds for proceeding further.
He is due to retire soon with full honors when
he should be disbarred in disgrace. How can anything be done when everyone
covers up for these disgraceful judges? We have a real problem with the
good old boy system in Lompoc.
1010 W. Apricot Ave.,
Lompoc, Ca. 93436
I ask you, what would happen to the common man
if he were arrested four times for DUI? Just this past week I was in
conversation with a man sitting in a watch shop while getting my watch
battery replaced, who, when I told him about JAIL4Judges, retorted
about how the book was thrown at him for a first and only DUI, which happen
to be .08 borderline legal/illegal in California. He was not only arrested,
but further socked for $7,500.00 profit into the government coffers by the
Now how about a judge continuing to receive his
$150,000.00 a year salary from the taxpayers after four DUIs? One wonders
if this judge handles DUIs cases while wearing his DUI arrest anklet?
So much for judicial oversight commissions.