FJD Sets Out Employee Fact-Finding Over Traffic Court Report

, The Legal Intelligencer


In the wake of an internal report that alleged rampant ticket-fixing in Traffic Court for the politically connected, there will be two separate fact-finding processes for First Judicial District employees.

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  • T.I.D. King

    Our judiciary fights valiantly to uphold its integrity, conducting investigations, meting out consequences, hoping to stay on top of its obligations to run a tight ship.

    The ship sank. Public confidence in our judiciary vanished.

    Thing is, only those that went down with the boat think all is well. It is too late to try to save what is gone.

    Pity, it is a damn shame

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