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Judge speaks of complaints during court

November 1, 2013

ELKINS — One week after admitting to having a relationship with the head of a regional alternative sentencing program, Judge Jaymie Godwin Wilfong heard a variety of motions in Randolph County......

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Nov-01-13 11:14 PM

I don't find this sexist. I think anyone who does this shouldn't be in a judge position. Of course the left always responds with "well (he) did it too......" right is right and wrong is wrong; no matter WHO is doing it.

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Nov-01-13 4:59 PM

I find it depressingly sexist that this affair is even an issue. It's irrelevant. There's no profit being made, no favors changing hands. Men in positions of power do this crap constantly, and not only is it not in the news, it's practically condoned. Is Judge Wilfong a sound, intelligent and good judge? Yes, so who gives a crap who she sleeps with. It's a private matter.

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Nov-01-13 3:39 PM

Cooper files complaints to help his clients.

Parker files complaints because he thinks he can be judge. Except he's not that bright.

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Nov-01-13 11:35 AM

What a tangled web one weaves. It was not so long ago that Chris Cooper was fired from the Randolph County Prosecutor's Office. Of course the public was never told why. Play nice everyone.

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