Month: August 2014

Retired corrupt Carson City judge Robey Willis was a drunk who had to breathalyze before the bench just like current judge John Tatro!

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Retired corrupt Carson City judge Robey Willis was a drunk who had to breathalyze before the bench just like current judge John tatro!

We found out that retired corrupt Carson City judge Robey Willis was a drunk who had to breathalyze before the bench just like current judge John Tatro!

Apparently, Robey had enough and quit being a judge. He quit mid term because they made him breathalyze before the bench every day and he could not pass the test every time.

We’re glad this sack of shit took the hint and left, when will the other child molesting judge John Tatro get the hint people hate his fucking guts (he has already been shot at) and get the fuck off the bench before he gets shot at again.

Also like his former corrupt counterpart, “Judge” John Tatro, Willis never even had a law degree or legal training! These idiots would…

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Pay or Die you SOB – Sometimes lawsuits can help avoid mass murder of the Defendants in civil cases

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Harris v. Maricopa County Superior Court, 631 F. 3d 963 – Court of Appeals, 9th Circuit 2011

pay or die mother fuckers“In a civil rights case, such as this one, the pro-rata allocation of general fees between claims for which a fee award is appropriate and claims for which such an award is not appropriate, based solely on the number of claims, is impermissible, for reasons that go to the heart of our civil rights policy. Congress and the courts have long recognized that creating broad compliance with our civil rights laws, a policy of the “highest priority,” requires that private individuals bring their civil rights grievances to court. See Newman v. Piggie Park Enterprises, Inc., 390 U.S. 400, 402, 88 S.Ct. 964, 19 L.Ed.2d 1263 (1968).

Even when unsuccessful, such suits provide an important outlet for resolving grievances in an orderly manner and achieving non-violent resolutions of highly controversial, and often inflammatory…

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