Thursday, May 23, 2013

In The Home Of the Father

A Tennessee circuit court judge is the subject of recently-filed charges filed by Disciplinary Counsel with the Court of the Judiciary.

The charges allege that the judge was responsible for a matter involving post divorce custody and visitation rights. It is further alleged that

...[the judge] undertook an independent investigation of the conditions present at the residence of the father, by making a personal visit to the residence of the father, inspecting the home of the father, and later utilizing her personal observations in making rulings and referring to matters concerning parenting issues.

(Mike Frisch)

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