Judge Johnson is a good judge Russell County Circuit Court Judge Albert Johnson is a good judge. He is a decent man that meets the highest standard of competence, honesty, integrity, courage, dignity, and above all compassion and fairness. I was in his court in November 17. He talked to the defendants with respect and compassion as if they were his own children. He advised them with diligence and respect to do the right thing and not to come back to see him. Judge Johnson was very respectful to the defendants and their attorneys. He read every case’s documents thoroughly, talked to the defendants and their attorneys respectfully, made sure he interpreted the law wisely, gave every party a fair hearing, and enforced the law with love and
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Author Steve Bogira wrote a book based on his experiences over one ear in Chicago’s County Criminal Courthouse. His book Courtroom 302 goes through numerous cases and trials during the book, and gives the reader an inside look at what really is going on inside of the courtrooms. The key player in this book are the defendants, deputies, prosecutors, attorneys, and jurors. However, the judge of the courtroom, Judge Daniel Locallo is the main character most of the book is around, because he handles all of these cases.
Judge Lisa Hammond is a special judge for the seventh district court of Oklahoma County, in Oklahoma. She earned her bachelor’s degree in political science from the University of Oklahoma. She was interested in criminology but had never considered attending law school. After she began working criminal investigation in the juvenile department, she changed her mind. She felt that attorneys did not pay enough attention to the police and investigators she worked with when they were developing cases. Out of frustration and determination she studied and took the LSAT. She was soon accepted to the University of Oklahoma College of Law.
Mr. Johnson pled guilty to all pending criminal charges on March 30, 2017 and received two years' probation.
As I entered the court, the trial has already commenced so I did not really know how a real trial started. I sat in the back where the public sits, facing the judge bench. The courtroom was cold and quiet. Especially it was very small, much smaller and less impressive than I expected.. Everyone was in formal dressing code. There were just a few number of spectators and family members in the court room. There was a clerk who was typing everything what was happening during the court time. Judge Krocker appeared to have things under control and had the proceedings moving forward smoothly. She was a very friendly lady with short blonde hair. She was listening attentively. She spoke clearly and distinctly so that everyone in the courtroom could hear. Samuel Gallegos is a white man about 5 '8 tall. He looked quite nervous while some police officers were standing behind him. From what I understood, this case was really happening back in 2014 and the suspect has criminal history relating to assault of child and another related case to this case. On my left hand side were the bailiffs while some others stood observed
The trial was presided over by Judge William M. Hart, a genial, red-nosed judge who seems to have been fair although he allegedly took great care no to be accused of leniency towards the defendants.
ohn Grisham is a trained attorney being privy to the laws and mandates of the legal system, he has developed a unique appreciation for the courtroom saga. As a professional, he is aware of what is right and what is wrong. Unfortunately, the outcome of court proceedings does not portray “the right”.
This study is designed to provide the efficiency status of 38 Hamilton County Judges. The study looked at the number of cases disposed, appealed and reversed. The information gathered is from data for the Common Pleas Court, Domestic Relations Court and Municipal Court. Two of the judges, Patrick Dinkelacker and Timothy Hogan served in two different courts during the three year study period. This report will show the efficiency of all 38 judges as a whole and as individuals.
The Panel asked Mr. Manson why they didn’t order to recuse if they thought the judge was being unfair and he stated that he didn’t know. He thought that they all wanted the case tried and to move forward. He reluctantly agreed that they were a bunch of old bird trial lawyers that were tough and maybe that is the way the judge should have been but maybe he went too far.
The main idea of the book was believing. Lady Bird Taylor believed in Lyndon Johnson. That's why they got married so soon, because she saw potential and ambition in him. She stood behind her husband in everything he did before and during his presidency. And she never spoke negatively about him to anyone.
This past week, I started shadowing Bill Davis, one of fourteen judges from the eighteenth district court, which encompasses Guilford County. Judge Davis is a former public defender and newly elected district court judge. I first worked with him last year in the public defender’s office and asked a couple of months ago if I could incorporate working for him as part of my legal internship. Fortunately, he agreed. Up until last week, I had not seen Judge Davis in court. The reason for this is that I worked exclusively in the criminal courts, while Judge Davis, until recently, worked exclusively in the civil courts. His preclusion from criminal matters resulted from his previous work as a public defender. This restriction ended last week, and
With such short notice there was something that was vital to him “winning” this hearing, it was the criminal paralegal a couple of offices over. If it were not for her meticulousness then the hearing would have been a disaster. I interviewed a couple of the paralegals at the Summit Law Firm and one of them was Ana Lopez, the Criminal Case Manager, during the interview she emphasized the attention to detail that is needed to be a great paralegal. Depending on where and in what field of the law one works in the number of cases that one handles can vary drastically. At the Summit Law Firm the number of caseload is growing and with that comes the chance that something falls in between the cracks.
John H. Johnson created a name for himself as a very successful Publisher and entrepreneur. Johnson was born in Arkansas City on January 19th, 1918. Johnson is most well known for being the founder of Jet magazine, and Ebony two very popular and successful magazines in the African American community.
As Glen Whitley talked to us in class, there was not a moment that I was not intrigued by what he was telling us. He managed to grasp our attention throughout his entire presentation. Judge Whitley maintained a very professional persona but still managed to be humorous at times. He gave us a very detailed personal and professional background which gave us some insight on how he got to where he is today. Glen Whitley is very passionate about what he does. He hopes to be able to make a difference and impact people’s lives. Throughout his presentation I got the impression that he is a very strong-minded, intelligent, and dedicated individual. His leadership throughout the discussion demonstrated his ability to plan ahead and think about the future.