- 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
Here 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.
ATTORNEY COMPLAINT FORM:
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″
Please make sure you request a response/reply so you know the commission received your complaint form.
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