MUNICIPAL JUDGE DIANA HAMPTON, FORMER LAS VEGAS STRIPPER, FOUND DEAD INSIDE HENDERSON HOME
MARCH 16, 2016
Municipal Judge Diana Hampton of Henderson, Nevada, was found dead on Sunday. The ex-stripper was the first female municipal judge to ever be elected to the position in the Las Vegas suburb.
According to the Las Vegas Review-Journal, emergency personnel found the body of 50-year-old Henderson Judge Diana Hampton during a welfare check at her home on Palazzo Reale Avenue around 12:30 p.m. Michelle French with the Henderson Police Department said there is currently no evidence of foul play.
Municipal Judge Diana Hampton, Former Las Vegas Stripper, Found Dead Inside Henderson Home
UPDATE February 25, 2016
Antonin Scalia Was with Members of Secretive Society of Elite Hunters When He Died
BY TIERNEY MCAFEE
This was no ordinary hunting trip.
When Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia was found dead at a West Texas ranch on Feb. 13, he was on a getaway with high-ranking members of an elite hunting fraternity whose origins date back to 1695.
Even after the high-profile judge’s death, the names of the 35 other guests at the remote Cibolo Creek Ranch that weekend – some of them confirmed members of a secretive Austrian society called the International Order of St. Hubertus, according to a review of public records conducted by The Washington Post – remain largely unknown.
Members of the worldwide, male-only organization had gathered at the ranch at least once before, The Post reports. The hunters, some of whom hold titles like Grand Master, Prior and Knight Grand Officer, wear dark-green robes inscribed with a large cross and the motto “Deum Diligite Animalia Diligentes,” or “Honoring God by honoring His creatures,” according to the group’s website. The Order, named after Hubert, the patron saint of hunters and fishermen, was founded in 1695 in modern-day Czech Republic. It is a “true knightly order in the historical tradition,” according to its website.
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L.A. County judge killed while crossing the street in Pico-Robertson
BY MATT HAMILTON
February 17, 2016, 9:13 a.m.
A Los Angeles County judge who also was a recognized expert in communications law was killed Monday when he was struck by a vehicle while crossing a West L.A. street, police said.
The judge, identified as Daniel L. Brenner by a court spokeswoman, was walking across Beverwil Drive near Pico Boulevard about 6 p.m. when a driver heading north struck him, said Los Angeles police Officer Tony Im.
The driver remained at the scene and is not under a criminal investigation, Im said. Brenner was taken to a hospital, where he was pronounced dead. He was 64.
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Brenner was not using the crosswalk, LAPD Sgt. Benjamin Zucker said.
“He was a brilliant judge and lawyer and a beloved friend to many,” said Judge Carolyn Kuhl, the presiding judge of the L.A. County Superior Court. “His death is a terrible loss for his family and the court.”
Gov. Jerry Brown appointed Brenner to the bench in 2012, and the jurist had most recently heard civil matters in the Chatsworth Courthouse, according to court spokeswoman Mary Hearn.
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February 13, 2013
Justice Scalia Was Found Dead With A Pillow Over His Head, And His Body …
(TRUNEWS) U.S. Supreme Court Justice Antonin Scalia has died.
The San Antonio News-Express has reported the 79-year-old was in his room at a West Texas resort.
in his room at a West Texas resort.
Scalia was nominated in 1986 by President Ronald Regan and was known as one of the most conservative justices, and was known for interpreting the Constitution as he believed the Founding Fathers intended.
Now President Obama gets another nomination, the third of his presidency.
No other details are available at this time.
Former Pineville judge dies after accidental gunshot wound
PINEVILLE, La. (PPD) – On January 15, 2016 at 8:29 a.m., the Pineville Police Department received a report of a deceased person at 810 Main Street, the law office of former Pineville Judge Richard Lee.
Officers found one person deceased at the scene, identified as Judge Lee.
It appears that Judge Lee was killed by a single accidentally discharged gunshot wound. The investigation is continuing and more information will be released as it becomes available.
The Pineville Police Department and the City of Pineville would like to express our heartfelt condolences to Judge Lee’s family during this tragic time.
Here’s what District Attorney Phillip Terrell had to say about this tragic news: “As a matter of fact, I was a law clerk in his office my first year out of law school. I’ve known Judge Lee all my life. I’m very saddened by it, it’s a terrible tragedy.”
Cops After Suspect Who Slammed Judge’s Head Into A Tree On East 16th Street 5
BY ALEX ELLEFSON
NOVEMBER 19, 2015
Cops are searching for a man who slammed a judge’s head into a tree Monday near East 16th Street and Avenue R, ABC 7 reports.
The news channel identified the victim as 60-year-old Brooklyn Supreme Court Justice Leon Ruchelsman.
According to police, the suspect shoved Ruchelsman off the sidewalk into a tree Monday afternoon. The judge suffered pain and redness in his left ear, but refused medical attention, cops say.
Ruchelsman told ABC 7 he was not robbed and did not consider the attack to be a bias crime. The motive is currently unknown.
HOPEWELL MAN ARRESTED AFTER BOMB THREAT TO HOPEWELL COURT HOUSE
Nov 14, 2015 11:59 AM
HOPEWELL, VA (WWBT) – A possible bomb threat proved to be unfounded, but still managed to close the Hopewell Court House on Friday.
A citizen tipped off Hopewell Police around 8 a.m. of a possible explosive to be detonated at the Court House. The building was evacuated and closed while investigators searched.
Robert K. Sheffield, 30, of Hopewell was arrested and charged with ‘Threatening to Bomb a Public Building.”
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Judge Ralph ‘Ted’ Winkler injured in motorcycle crash
The court’s magistrates will handle all new and most pending cases. Adoptions will not be delayed, he said. Some cases involving objections to a magistrate’s ruling, however, will be delayed.
A visiting judge is expected to be appointed by the Ohio Supreme Court. It’s not yet known when that will happen.
The crash occurred at about 6 p.m. on Harrison Avenue near Interstate 275 in Colerain Township. Winkler’s wife, Hamilton County Clerk of Courts Tracy Winkler, said a car pulled out in front of her husband, who was riding his newly restored 1973 Norton Commando. He was thrown from the motorcycle but was wearing a helmet.
Cook County judges get death threats: ‘You’re on a kill list’
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Chief Judge Timothy Evans
Todd Lighty, Chicago Tribune
November 3, 2015
At least five Cook County judges have recently received death threats in anonymous letters sent to their chambers, including one warning, “You’re on a kill list.”
caused alarm among some of the judges and prompted Chief
Timothy Evans to alert Sheriff Tom Dart, whose office handles courtroom security.
In a memo obtained by the Tribune, Evans wrote to the county’s judges Friday about the threats, noting he had contacted the sheriff and “requested that all deputy sheriffs be alerted to the situation and that he take any other action he deems necessary.”
Cara Smith, chief strategist for the sheriff, said Monday that no arrests have been made in connection with the threats.
“We have an open investigation and will run this out and ensure the safety of the judges,” Smith said. “Any threat to a member of the judiciary is of the utmost concern.”
The safety of judges and their families has taken on greater significance over the last decade after a crazed litigant broke into U.S. District Judge Joan Lefkow’s Chicago home in 2005 and killed her husband and mother.
In his memo, Evans wrote that the threats were contained in envelopes that had the word “frank” where a postage stamp would go and that the return address contained the names and addresses of other judges.
Evans’ office on Monday was tight-lipped about the threats. Pat Milhizer, spokesman for the Circuit Court, said the chief judge’s office was taking the matter “very seriously.”
“Several letters of a suspicious nature were received,” Milhizer said. “Following protocol, we forwarded the matter to the Cook County sheriff’s police, which handles these types of judicial matters.”
Milhizer declined to comment beyond his brief statement.
Judge Thomas Mulroy said that he received a threatening letter and that he knew of two other judges who received them. Mulroy and those judges work in the Law Division’s commercial section in the Daley Center, handling business cases such as breach of contracts and unlawful firings.
Mulroy, who has been a judge for nearly nine years, said he turned his letter over to Evans’ office last week. He said it contained no clues about the sender’s identity and recalled the letter contained the chilling statement: “You’re on a kill list.” He said he had never been threatened before and the letter made him “uncomfortable.”
Two additional judges who handled mortgage fraud and foreclosure cases also received letters last Thursday.
A source familiar with one of the letters said it was undated, handwritten and contained repeated threats from unidentified groups of people.
“These groups are serious. They want revenge,” the letter stated. “They’ll kill you and your family.”
A number of judges said they often get letters from people ranting about the judicial system’s perceived flaws and unfairness. Rarely, they said, do they receive death threats. “It does not happen very often,” said one veteran judge. “It’s a big deal when we get them.”
November 3, 2015
Judicial group awaits police probe in death of judge’s son
An Arkansas Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission official says the group will wait for police to conduct an investigation into the death of a Garland County Circuit Court judge’s son after the 18-month-old was left in a hot car.
Judge Grants Texas Cop Immunity Over Fatal Shooting of Unarmed Black Man
Joanna Lucinda, Oct. 30, 2015
“It is one of the most horrendous moments in the history of civil rights in this country”
Manslaughter charges against a Texas cop who shot and killed an unarmed black man have been dropped by a federal judge, after he ruled that the police officer had federal immunity at the time because of his work with the FBI.
Charles Kleinert, a former Austin police detective who also worked for the FBI, killed 32-year-old Larry Jackson Jr. after shooting him in the neck following a chase in Texas on July 26, 2013. Kleinert was initially indicted on manslaughter charges by a Texas grand jury for the crime. However, on June 26, 2015, he filed a motion to dismiss the indictment.
October 20, 2015
CAMDEN – U.S. District Judge Joseph Irenas, who served in Camden since 1992, has died after a fall.
Irenas, 75, was a “brilliant” and “hardworking” jurist who presided over his courtroom long after reaching retirement age, Chief Judge Jerome B. Simandle said Tuesday.
The Princeton resident died Friday at Cooper University Hospital, Camden. He’d been taken there with severe head trauma from a fall at the courthouse last Wednesday morning.
“It’s just a huge loss. It’s a catastrophe,” said Simandle, who noted Irenas continued to serve even as he battled kidney failure for the past 15 years.
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Supreme Court Justice Crooks, 77, dies in chambers
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Shock, sorrow follow judge’s death
STOCKTON — The legal community reacted with shock and sorrow after learning of the sudden death Tuesday afternoon of longtime San Joaquin County Superior Court Judge Franklin Stephenson.
The 54-year-old Stephenson, a judge since 2002 who recently was stationed in Manteca, died sometime after 3 p.m. Tuesday following an apparent heart attack while driving south on Highway 99 between Jack Tone and Austin roads, according to the California Highway Patrol.
“Franklin was really an outstanding judge and a very great friend,” Presiding Judge Lesley Holland said Wednesday. “He was intelligent, articulate and unfailingly cheerful no matter the circumstances. He was always willing to be a mentor to new judges, and he cared deeply about public safety and justice issues.”
Bullets, burning object found at home of judge in Nevada threat case; few leads discovered
Published September 16, 2015
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CARSON CITY, Nev. – Nevada detectives say they’re struggling to crack the case of a judge who has been targeted at his home with gunfire, a burning object and an ominous Christmas card.
Carson City sheriff’s Detective Sam Hatley said Wednesday there aren’t any promising leads about the threats to Carson City Justice of the Peace John Tatro.
August 21, 2015 AP
A 41-year-old Texas woman was jailed Friday charged with attempted murder in a shooting that left her boyfriend, a 70-year-old retired judge,seriously injured.
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KAMPALA- Denis Lutwama Kasule, the son of Court of Appeal justice Remmy Kasule, has died in the United States under mysterious circumstances.
Lutwama’s body was discovered last week behind his apartment in Denver, Colorado.
Accounts of the aftermath reveal that his body was found unresponsive in an alley behind his apartment building. The apartment door was wide open when police arrived.
Justice Kasule in his internal communication to fellow judicial officers dated June 24, attributed his son’s death to multiple assaults though there was no definite cause to that effect.
Local circuit court judge passes away
JONESBORO, AR (KAIT) – A local circuit court judge died early Tuesday morning at his home.
According to Craighead County Coroner Toby Emerson, Hon. Lee Fergus of Jonesboro died of natural causes at his home. He was pronounced dead at St. Bernard’s Medical Center.
Fergus was a judge for the 2nd Judicial District of Arkansas.
Juvenile court in Blytheville has been cancelled for Tuesday and other circuit court judges will cover Wednesday’s proceedings.
June 23, 2015
Ex-Police Chief Found Dead
Published On: Jun 23 2015 12:26:29 PM CDT
Piper appears to have self-inflicted gunshot wound
RIO GRANDE CITY –
The former Rio Grande City police chief was found dead Tuesday morning.
CHANNEL 5 NEWS learned Byron “Dutch” Piper was found with a shot wound to the head before he was expected to face a federal judge. Piper was facing theft charges.
Rio Grande City Police Chief Noe Castillo told us the former chief was found dead on the 100 block of Aguirre Street.
Castillo said a Starr County sheriff’s deputy discovered Piper’s body inside his red Mercedes, which was parked outside his home. He added he will be turning over the investigation to the sheriff’s department because of Piper’s ties to the police department.
Castillo said as in any case of this nature, they are treating it as a homicide. However, he said it appeared Piper died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Retired judge fires on LA cops he called to home
In Los Angeles’ legal community, James A. Bascue was a towering and admired figure.
As a top prosecutor, he became a national expert on gang prosecutions. Appointed to the bench, he rose to presiding judge of Los Angeles Superior Court.
But shortly after 2 a.m. Thursday, Bascue found himself on the other side of the law.
Los Angeles police said they arrived at Bascue’s West L.A. townhouse to find him inside holding two guns. Authorities said he fired on officers, prompting a standoff with a SWAT team that ended with the arrest of the 75-year-old retired jurist.
While Bascue sat in jail, friends and longtime colleagues struggled to understand the bizarre twist after such a distinguished career.
“How do you explain someone who is accomplished and upstanding for six decades all of a sudden engaging in an act that’s this serious?” asked former Los Angeles County Dist. Atty. Steve Cooley.
“Something went on here. Something broke.”
“It’s inexplicable what led to this situation,” said Robert H. Philibosian, another former district attorney who appointed Bascue as his chief deputy in 1983. “I’m glad he didn’t injure himself, or God forbid, kill himself.”
About 11:45 p.m. Wednesday, Bascue called police reporting that he was being held hostage inside his home in the 1900 block of South Barrington Avenue, police said.
Dispatchers gleaned little information from Bascue’s call. He offered few details and refused to turn down the volume on a blaring TV set, said LAPD Officer Liliana Preciado.
When officers arrived, authorities said, they peered into a window and saw him sitting in a living room chair with two guns in his lap. He loaded the guns’ magazines and pointed a gun at his head, police said.
Officers pleaded with him to drop the weapons.
He fired two shots: one inside his house, another toward the officers at the window.
“Thankfully he was a bad shot,” Preciado said.
After the SWAT team was called in, officers tried to talk Bascue into surrendering. Family members were contacted, but he would not emerge, police said.
A neighbor eventually persuaded him to give up.
Police evaluated Bascue for mental health issues, but they did not place him on a psychiatric hold. Investigators said they were looking into whether he was under the influence of drugs or alcohol.
The standoff surprised neighbor Ellen Hoffman, who has lived for more than a year in the small, gated complex but saw Bascue only about three times.
“The judge,” as neighbors call him, kept to himself, she said.
Former state Atty. Gen. John Van de Kamp said the Bascue he knew would never flout the law. The two met in the 1970s, when Van de Kamp was L.A. County district attorney and Bascue a prosecutor. He praised Bascue as a “serious, straight arrow.”
Under Van de Kamp, Bascue spearheaded the hardcore gang unit that prosecuted the county’s most violent offenders.
Philibosian, who later served as chief deputy attorney general, was so impressed with Bascue that he named him his second-in-command, then recommended him to help reform the State Bar of California.
Gov. George Deukmejian appointed Bascue to the bench in 1990. He rose through the ranks to become head of the criminal division. While holding the post, he frequently criticized the state’s “three-strikes” law for failing to rehabilitate criminals and for placing financial pressure on local courts.
In an interview with the Los Angeles Times in 1996, Bascue said he often escaped the stories of violence he heard in court by retreating to his vacation home in Northern California, where he planted more than 8,000 trees.
Peers on the bench elected him to serve as assistant presiding judge; he served as presiding judge from 2001 to 2002. As leader of the state’s largest county court system, he worked through the turbulent process of merging the municipal courts with the superior courts.
The massive merger ruffled a lot of feathers, Philibosian said, but “Jim, with good humor and dignity, was able to make it all work.”
The Judicial Council of California awarded Bascue the jurist of the year award for his work to unify the courts.
Attorney Richard G. Hirsch, who is representing Bascue, said the retired judge was released Thursday afternoon after posting $100,000 bail.
“I’ve known Judge Bascue for many, many years. When he was a D.A. and a judge, and since he’s left the bench,” Hirsch said. “He’s devoted his entire life to seeking justice for everyone, and I hope will receive the same.”
Two former Taunton-area men arraigned in fatal stabbing of RI judge’s brother
Apr 8, 2015
PROVIDENCE, R.I. — Two Massachusetts men remain held without bail in the murder of the troubled brother of a Rhode Island Supreme Court justice.
Matthew Marcotte, 22, of no permanent address, and Rolando J. Brooks, 22, of Taunton, pleaded not guilty to charges of murder and conspiracy during their arraignment Wednesday in Superior Court. They are accused of attacking 53-year-old William E. McKenna, whom they happened to run into at a Sam’s Food Store in Pawtucket last February.
Judge found dead in Memphis Country Club parking lot
Apr 6, 2015 07:07 PM
MEMPHIS, TN (WMC) –
Chancellor Oscar “Bo” Carr III was found dead in his car in the parking lot of the Memphis Country Club on Monday night.
Police officers responded to the scene, where they found Carr dead of what appeared to be a self-inflicted gunshot wound.
Friends and loved ones describe Chancellor Oscar “Bo” Carr as a family man, who was humble and pleasant to be around.
They say the focus is not on how Carr died, but the extraordinary life he lived.
“Jut a real loss,” Ed Galfsky said. “I think, a real sense of loss.”
Rankin Co. judge found dead in Madison County – WSFA.com …
Authorities found Fairly sometime after 4 p.m. on Friday.
Mississippi Department of Public Safety spokesman Warren Strain said an investigation is ongoing and more information would be available after an autopsy is performed.
Mississippi Chief Justice Bill Waller Jr. released a statement Friday night, calling Fairly “one of the most dedicated, hard-working, selfless public servants that I have known.”
“He assumed a very heavy docket with diligence, impartiality and scholarship. His passing will be a tremendous loss to the judicial branch of government,” Waller said.
Fairly had recently taken medical leave from the bench.
“Obviously the county is in total shock,” Rankin County Board of Supervisors President Jared Morrison said Friday night.
Morrison said he had seen Fairly at a county meeting Thursday.
“I’ve always considered him a strong but fair judge and no nonsense — a judge like we need and want in Rankin County,” he said. “He is one of the reasons why our judicial system has been so strong.”
LAUDERDALE COUNTY (WHNT) – Lauderdale County Probate Judge James E. Hall, Jr. has died. According to courthouse officials and friends, Hall, 55, passed away overnight Monday from a sudden illness.
Hall was elected to office in 2012 to a six-year term.
Judge Gil Self went to law school with Judge Hall. That was 30 years ago. He woke up to a heartbreaking call early Tuesday morning.
“I was notified at about 2:46 AM this morning that Judge Hall had just died, and I was struck with a profound loss,” said Self.
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White Detroit Federal Judge Shot (Wounded) On His Front Porch By Two Blacks–Wife Says “Don’t Hate Detroit”
A white federal judge in Detroit, U.S. District Judge Terrence Berg,
was shot on his front porch in Detroit by two black males after he refused to let them into his house.[Judge called hero in shooting, WZZZ-13, March 6, 2015]
It was definitely the right thing to do not to let them in–the amount of horror than could have been inflicted on Berg and his family by two black males in a home invasion is not to be thought of.
Amusingly, this Detroit News story doesn’t describe the men as black, but as “the men, approximately 18-25 years old who apparently tried to rob the federal judge”. It also describes the car they escaped in as “either a black Chrysler 300 or Charger”. Why is the color of the car relevant?
The Detroit Free Press does describe the shooters as black males, and features this statement from the Judge’s wife:
The family of a federal judge who was shot outside his west-side Detroit home Thursday night has a message for the community: Don’t blame the city.
“We just want people to know that this is not a reason to hate Detroit,” U.S. District Judge Terrence Berg’s wife, Anita Sevier, told the Free Press today. “Instead of being angry, be part of the solution for the hopeless teens and children of Detroit.”
She stressed, “We don’t want this to be a reason to hate.”
Sevier’s comments came a day after her husband was shot on his front porch in the city’s University District at about 9:10 p.m., moments after retrieving his trash bin from the curb.
Thursday, March 5, 2015
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Caddo Parish district attorney found dead in Baton Rouge hotel room
Capt. Cory Lalonde, an LSU police spokesman, said officers responded to the Cook hotel, located on West Lakeshore Drive near Sorority Row, at about 8:15 a.m. to find Scott unresponsive in his hotel room. Scott was pronounced dead at the scene.
“There were no suspicious circumstances,” Lalonde said. “There was nothing to indicate any sign of
Judge’s son killed in hit-and-run; couple pleads no contest
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Detroit News: FBI offers $25,000 Reward
FBI offers $25,000 reward in judge’s shooting: Terrence G. Berg was shot in the leg Thursday night and rushed to a hospital, police said … in Detroit in apparent …Cleveland.com › index.ssf › 2015/03 › – Mar 5, 2015
$50,000 Reward Offered in Killing of Superior Court Judge’s 86-Year-Old Philanthropist Wife
POSTED 3:04 PM, FEBRUARY 5, 2015, BY MELISSA PAMER AND DAVE MECHAM, UPDATED AT 08:53PM, FEBRUARY 5, 2015
More than six weeks after the 86-year-old wife of a former Los Angeles Superior Court judge was found slain in her home in the affluent Windsor Square neighborhood, Los Angeles police on Thursday asked for help in the case.
Detectives had few leads in the killing of Antonia Maria Yager, who was found dead of apparent multiple stab wounds at her home in the 100 block of North Beachwood Drive on Dec. 22.
A flier regarding the killing of Antonia Yager was displayed at a Feb. 5, 2015, LAPD news conference. (Credit: KTLA)
An employee at the home found Yager’s body. The victim had been dropped off by a friend following a charity dinner at the Wilshire Country Club the previous evening, police said.
There was evidence she woke up Dec. 22 morning and had breakfast, Detective Kevin Pierce said at a new conference announcing a $50,000 reward in the case.
She was the widow of retired Judge Thomas C. Yager, who died in 2008 at age 90.
Antonia “Toni” Yager came to the United States from Holland after World War II and worked as a nurse. She became a devoted wife and philanthropist and was active in the Larchmont community, according to the Los Angeles Police Department.
Gunman executes 2 NYPD cops in Garner ‘revenge’ | New York Post
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Retired Putnam County, WV judge found dead
Posted: Dec 10, 2014
Retired Putnam County, WV Judge O.C. Spaulding was found dead near his home Wednesday night, according to West Virginia State Police.
Spaulding stepped down from his position of judge in December 2011, after being diagnosed with Lou Gehrig’s disease earlier that year.
Spaulding died from an apparent self-inflicted gunshot wound, according to Lt. Michael Baylous of the West Virginia State Police.
Lou Gehrig’s disease can originate in the brain and target motor neurons. The disease mainly affects muscles involved in speech.
Judge Spaulding was 69.
Aug 22, 2014
The Georgia Bureau of Investigation said Ocmulgee Circuit Superior Court Judge James L. Cline Jr., 62, died of a self-inflicted gunshot wound to the chest.
He was found dead in his Greensboro home Thursday. An autopsy Friday determined the manner of his death, according to a GBI news release.
UPDATE: Cleveland city court judge found dead of gunshot wound
July 14th, 2014 by Paul Leach in Local – Breaking
CLEVELAND, Tenn. -Cleveland police responding late this morning to a downtown parking lot at 4th Street and Broad Street found the body of City Court Judge Bill Moss, according to a news release.
The victim had a gunshot wound that was “possibly self-inflicted,” police department Public Information Officer Evie West said in the statement.
The body has been taken to Knoxville for an autopsy and no other information will be released in what police are calling “an ongoing death investigation.”
A veteran Massachusetts judge has died, according to a court spokeswoman.
Superior Court Judge Joseph M. Walker III was found dead in his West Roxbury home this afternoon, court spokeswoman Jennifer Donahue said.
Walker was 63.
Appointed to the bench in 1995 by the late Gov. A. Paul Cellucci, Walker, a native of North Carolina, was scheduled to be transferred to Brockton Superior Court, Donahue said.
The circumstances of Walker’s death were not immediately clear.
Darren Mack seeks retrial in wife’s killing, shooting of judge
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