Texas Woman Jailed for Opening Business to Feed Her Children!

Emergency complaint blitz for Shelly Luther, early victim of the “New Abnormal”! She needed to feed her children by opening her hair salon in defiance of the close-down orders. In court, Judge Eric Moyé made absurd statements demanding she close down and apologize. Shelly refused, and after a very well-spoken courageous rebuttal she was sent to jail while her children were at home needing food.
We also need a large number of people to file judicial complaint forms and bar association complaint forms, to be mailed in in an effort to prevent atrocities like this from happening in the future. Complaints accomplish two things: 1 – It prevents the judge/attorney from practicing in court or on the bench in the future; 2 – It sends a powerful message to other judges to act with honor by honoring their oath to the Constitution. The forms can be downloaded and sent by mail or fax (complaint forms are usually not accepted by email). So please take the time and effort to assist a woman in need. It may be you some day that needs the assistance. Thank you for your participation!
Here are the perpetrators requiring a complaint form, both of which can be found below this list & the complaint reasons list:
  • Judge Clay Lewis Jenkins (initiated original action against Shelly Luther) – attorney complaint form & judicial complaint form
  • Judge Eric Vaughn Moyé (he jailed Shelly Luther) – attorney complaint form & judicial complaint form
  • Chief Justice Nathan L. Hecht (he is the boss of the other 2 judges & needs to be held liable) – attorney complaint form & judicial complaint form
  • District Attorney John Coleman Creuzot (he brought the action against Shelly Luther into the court) – attorney complaint form

greeencheckmarkinboxHere are some reasons you may choose to write on your complaint form:

  • Shelly Luther was denied due process.
  • Shelly was denied bail.
  • Shelly was denied a jury trial
  • The judge defied his oath to uphold the U.S. Constitution, under multiple different articles and sections.
  • The judge’s ruling was arbitrary and baseless.
  • The district attorney had no lawful cause to bring the matter into court.
  • Both judges exceeded their jurisdiction.
  • The chief administrative judge failed his obligation to provide proper training to his subordinates.
  • And many more that you can choose based upon the facts of this case.
  • All 3 judges and the district attorney participated in child abuse by separating or acquiescing to the separation of Shelly Luther from her children.
  • All 3 judges and the district attorney violated their oath and bond pursuant to the Texas State Constitution.
We suggest paper complaint forms are better than online, for the following reasons: You can send the paper complaint form by registered mail and require a signature when they receive it, this proves they got the complaint whereas online it may get deleted or diverted. So, the paper form is usually a more effective approach.


To send a written attorney complaint form by mail (if you prefer to use the webform instead, it’s below the preview of this print form):
2 – mailboxFill out the above form and mail to this address:
P.O. Box 13287
Austin, TX 78711
Fax: (512) 427-4169
cropped-courtroomwatchlogo2Here is a preview of the print-&-mail attorney complaint form for the Texas State Bar:
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cropped-courtroomwatchlogo2Here is a preview of the online attorney complaint form for the Texas State Bar:
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(If you’d rather send a written judicial complaint form by mail, which we suggest as explained above, see instructions below.)
cropped-courtroomwatchlogo2 Here’s a preview of the online judicial complaint form for Texas judges:
mailboxInstructions for alternate written-&-mailed judicial complaint form:

The Commission does not accept complaints by telephone, fax, or email. To file a complaint, you may fill out an online complaint form from this website, or you may request a complaint form by calling (512) 463-5533 or toll-free at (877) 228-5750. You may also write a letter outlining your complaint, which should provide the following information:

  • Your contact information including a valid address and telephone number.
  • The judge’s name and judicial office or title.
  • The specific conduct or action you believe was improper, including sufficient facts to describe what occurred.
  • The names of any witnesses and their contact information, such as addresses and telephone numbers.
  • If applicable, copies (not originals) of any documents, correspondence, or other evidence that substantiate the allegations of judicial misconduct.”

“Send your complaint to the following address:

State Commission on Judicial Conduct
PO Box 12265
Austin TX 78711″


reply iconPlease make sure you request a response/reply so you know the commission received your complaint form.

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