Thursday, February 19, 2015

Commission recommends suspension for Weisenberger

The Mississippi Commission on Judicial Performance issued this press release:



25 comments:

Anonymous said...

Confused say: "no workee, no eatee".

That this Neanderthal should be paid to not work is despicable.

Anonymous said...

Hell yea!

There's a Process You Fools said...

Who gives a rat's ass what 'the commission' recommends? Their position is naturally going to be a politically correct one. What's the position of the NAACP or the Knights of Columbus or the Triad Club. Hell, the man is entitled to his day in courts. Screw all the politically correct posturing, including that which will emenate from Jackson Jambalaya.

Anonymous said...

What IS your point "There's a Process..." @ 7;27 PM?

There's A Process said...

You missed the point? The point is there is a process whereby the man will be tried and will either be exhonerated or will be convicted, one assumes. He need not be tried in the court of JJ or opinions from commissions or others. How could you possibly not understand that?

C Ainsworth said...

About the same way you don't understand someone cannot, by law, be a deputy and a judge at the same time. No need for all the pomp and circumstance, he should have been terminated (not with extreme prejudice) post haste. Conflict of interest much...,anonymous process dingleberry?

From The Highest Tree said...

He was not a deputy and a judge at the same time, genius. The information we have is that while serving as a judge he still, on rare occasion, functioned in the volunteer role of 'first responder'. People like that do CPR, bandage wounds and rescue people like 11:23 from wedgies.

Anonymous said...

9:49, Don't worry. This guy will get more carefully measured due process than the people he used to arrest.

After watching many non-judge/cops in courtrooms, I understand that well.

Anonymous said...

@ 6:18.....When Weisenberger won the election for justice court judge, he ditched the Constable uniforms, badges and such. Had new pressed/starched cotton button down shirts made with the county seal and "Madison County Justice Court Judge" stitched around the seal and also a new "Judges" tin badge made wich he proudly wore and also continued to wear a sidearm. Another thing he has is blue led lights in his personal vehicle which goes agains statute. THere are things he's gotten away with for so long on SOOOO many levels its crazy.

Anonymous said...

Those defending the piece of garbage here are so clueless. For the retard who says there's a process: Yeah. He's been sitting on his ass and getting paid for doing nothing for months. He's been indicted for a felony now. You think he should still draw pay? Guess what genius: This is part of the PROCESS.

To the dummy saying he gave CPR:

He also worked at the Livingston farmer's market doing security. Wearing a MCSO golf shirt, a badge, and carrying a gun. Just like he was at the flea market.

Weisenberger was warned about this four years ago when he was elected play-judge. He was strongly urged by lawyers and judges to cut ties with the S.O. He refused.

I was also sitting in the courtroom when he sentenced a black defendant to five days in jail for a DUI first offense. The maximum sentence is 48 hours. He did this while under investigation for the flea market incident.

I reported what I saw to Judicial Performance.

Want to call me a liar or accuse me of having an agenda? Have at it, rednecks.

Anonymous said...

@8:04 I saw and talked to Weisenberger at the flea market the day of "The Slappin" incident. I was not a witness to the incident and I'm not defending him in any way at all, but he was NOT wearing a Sheriff's Department shirt or Sheriff's Deputy badge. He was wearing one of the shirts mentioned above along with a badge of some sort on his hip along with a gun and handcuffs. There were also full time and reserve Sheriff's deputies at working at the flea market and their badges were SO issued Deputy Sheriff badges.

Again, I'm not defending him but he has been working the flea market for years up until the last one which was after "The Slappin".

Get your facts straight.

Anonymous said...

Sounds like 8:04 is still mad at losing to Bill in the election. This might be your time to shine. Go for it. But when the day comes let us know who you are so I will know not to vote for you. Then when you lose you can cry some more. Your friend a true southern Ms redneck.

Anonymous said...

So 9:11 saw a judge wearing a badge, gun & handcuffs.

I'm confused if this was 1939 Munich or 21st century Mississippi?

Anonymous said...

7:27...

Leave the Knights of Columbus out of this!!

Anonymous said...

@9:14 -

Swing and a miss, Cletus. I don't live in that district. But I've been in court with that clown plenty of times. He's a disgrace to a badge or a bench. A redneck bully who was above the law.

Since you're a legal expert, can you defend Bill's arresting someone for "roaming livestock?" How about sentencing a defendant to 2 1/2 times the maximum sentence for a 1st offense DUI.

Tell me why judges (even play-court judges) walking around with badges and guns is a good thing.

I've never run for justice court judge. Have you ever practiced law, redneck?

Anonymous said...

Maybe some folks are confused because Jr. took over the constable gig after Sr. went to judgin'.

Anonymous said...

10:14 I'm not a legal expert. But roaming livestock is an arrestable offense under state law. I do disagree with Bill on the D U I sentence if that's all it was. If there were other charges added onto the D U I such as the cause for the traffic stop or other contributing curcamstances there might have been probable cause to the lengthy sentence. Don't know I was not there. I'm not sure about his badge but in Mississippi anyone with no felony/ domestic violence convictions can carry a firearm regardless of your job. Im still wondering why you have spent so much time in court if your not a lawyer. I know! You must be arrested a lot. If not please explain. Once again, your friend a proud REDNECK. And I say that with pride. I'm a good ol' redneck from the Deep South!!!! You call me redneck as a slander and I love it!

Anonymous said...

Kelly Williams for Justice Court Judge!

Anonymous said...

10:31 a.m.:

You "practice law," in Mississippi.

Mississippi.

You think it makes you feel better to call anyone a "redneck."

You practice law in, once again, Mississippi. Probably less than 20 years in practice, I would assume.

Grow up, kid.

Blue Light Special said...

Half you malcontents need to report to the ER at that new hospital up by Nissan and get a nurse to snatch them wedgies outcho asses. And a little squirt of disenfectant will send you on your way. Quickly.

Anonymous said...

There has been no due process YET for Weisenberger. We don't know if after a hearing, there will be a factual determination that he actually committed the acts alleged against him. After he has due process, the Commission can recommend suspension or removal from office IF the facts are proven.

The basis for the "interim suspension" is becase he has been indicted. Most people that prosecute criminal defendants or represent criminal defendants will acknowledge that it is easy to get an indictment because the grand jury only hears the prosecution's version -- not the defendant's, but many people are indicted but NEVER convicted.

Give him due process before any suspension, and then if the conclusion is that he committed the alleged acts, suspend him or remove him from office. To do otherwise, makes the system no better than the acts of which he is accused.

Anonymous said...

Bobby Delaughter was indicted for a much more serious crime and continued to get pay.
Looks like these watchdog members are covering for their own deep racism by trying to be a racial sympathizer.
Geez!

Anonymous said...

Oh, the judge will certainly have all the process due him. He has a very capable attorney who will see to it that the State as well as the Commission attain the burden of proof reqired by law.
In the end, justice will have been served and he will probably be employed in some type of law enforcement.

In the end, he will not be a judge any longer.

I am sure that we will be able to read all about the cicumstances on this blog as the KF follows the case to fruition.

Anonymous said...

11:41 you are correct. Bill Kirksey is the best in the business. I would not want him going against me.

Cig Hile said...

He should be able to sell autographed photos at the same flea market.

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