The Commission on Judicial Conduct of the State of Arizona disclosed this week that a complaint, with case number 21-424, was dismissed on July 7, 2022.
The complainant alleged he was discriminated against during a hearing and that perjury was “promoted.”
The Complaint states, in pertinent part:
“When a judge celebrates a hate crime because the victim is a pot-smoking liberal not making any effort at all to confirm victims complaints. He then makes a cavalier decision to victim shame the abused patient. tortured me for a hour, only a sadist is capable of extending such pain.”
The Complaint continues:
” A CAT scan clearly indicates the severity of the permenate damage done to my nose. Judge __ with his astute ability to play doctors said y nose seems fine to him. He then proceeded to allow wiggenhow to perjured himself again.”
The Commission dismissed the complaint, stating among others:
“The role of the Commission on Judicial Conduct is to impartially determine whether a judicial officer has engaged in conduct that violates the Arizona Code of Judicial Conduct or Article 6.1 of the Arizona Constitution. There must be clear and convincing evidence of such a violation in order for the Commission to take disciplinary action against a judicial officer.”
The dispositive portion of the Order reads:
“The Commission does not have jurisdiction to overturn, amend, or remand a judicial officer’s legal rulings. The Commission reviewed all relevant available information and concluded there was not clear and convincing evidence of ethical misconduct in this matter. The complaint is therefore dismissed pursuant to Commission Rules 16(a) and 23(a).”
A copy of the original filing can be found here.