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Judicial Hearing Board makes recommendation in Wilfong case

August 22, 2014

The Judicial Hearing Board made stringent recommendations to the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals in a case involving a Randolph County Circuit Court judge....

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Bware1

Aug-22-14 10:51 PM

There has to be a point where there is no immunity for judges. When we’re told that certain government officials are off limits it undermines public confidence in government.

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Bware1

Aug-22-14 10:49 PM

No-one should be above the law, least of all those who administer it this immunity doctrine is crazy and outrageous.

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Bware1

Aug-22-14 10:48 PM

This medieval mind set suggest that the queen can do no wrong.

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Bware1

Aug-22-14 10:47 PM

This conduct is absurd, it’s so beyond description. If this isn’t too far, what is too far? Any judge who engages in misconduct must be removed from the bench

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Jane26241

Aug-22-14 8:24 PM

It's really time for Judge Wilfong to resign. And the two lawyers who helped her with her affair, Isner and Haynes, also need to be disciplined for their roles in currying favor with the judge by facilitating adultery. The $20,000 fine will not cover the cost of hiring two senior level judges to replace her. How much has this whole fiasco cost taxpayers?

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