It’s Friday, May 8, 5:51PM, the day after CourtroomWatch.com initiated a complaint blitz in an effort to prevent several corrupt Texas judges along with the Dallas County District Attorney from ever practicing law again. Now the Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct (http://www.scjc.texas.gov) website is down. Therefore we are recommending that people call them directly at (512) 463-5533, or toll-free at (877) 228-5750, ask them to mail you a complaint form directly in order to avoid the very technical difficulties we are experiencing with the website now. Paper forms are always better than electronic ones, and we are seeing why with the blocking of any electronic complaint forms at a time when it is essential that we complain as much as possible. Filing these lawful complaints (https://courtroomwatch.org/2020/05/08/texas-woman-jailed-for-opening-business-to-feed-her-children-2/) will ensure that their corrupt actions will not cause the suffering in the future that was inflicted upon Shelly Luther. They are hoping we have short memories; that we get lost in the happy moment of Shelly’s release. We must follow through. Please participate in the complaint blitz by referring to the previous post. , which will provide more detailed information regarding a paper complaint. Follow us at CourtroomWatch.com and the AntiDeepStateParty.com.
- 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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