Judge Swope: Domestic Violence By Proxy
Ouch! For months Santa Clara County has been leading the charge on public comments and the Battle of the Bench. Millions of dollars were spent and La Doris Cordell used all the collateral she had trying to keep Judge Persky on the bench, claiming a recall would be a threat to the judiciary. Cordell, Persky and the hundreds of judges and lawyers who thought Perksy should stay on the bench were out voted. They lost.
Hey LaDoris Cordell: A greater threat is letting dumb judges off the bench and letting them make public comment. In San Mateo Judge Swope did just that, trying to promote another crony judge.
The problem for Judge Swope, and San Mateo County, is reverse public comment; where folks can sit in the comfort of their home and blast government websites and social media sites in a manner to criticize the speaker. That was what happened when San Mateo's county government got involved in the business of free speech. Reverse Public comment that they can not remove !
Swope is a hypocrite. Known for being exceptionally corrupt, and rumored to have kids he couldn't control. Swope has raised his own children who are a menace to society, complete with drug and other criminal like problems.
Swope maintains he is the foremost authority on the law, as he separates children from parents in family court.
San Mateo is horrendous where public records and court files are concerned. A snarky staff is less then helpful and Steve Wagstaff, corrupt to the core, is still milking favors at the State Bar that get his prosecutors out of trouble. Just like shady old Jeff Rosen in Santa Clara County.
San Mateo and Santa Clara County have tied for an annual award from victim support groups. The counties are tied in two categories:
Worst county to get raped in.
Worst county to marry a pedophile in.
A final vote will be announced by September 15, 2018.
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