COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL DISABILITIES NOTICE OF REPRIMAND HEARING IN THE MATTER OF
ST. MARY’S COUNTY ORPHANS COURT
JUDGE MICHAEL R. WHITE
The Maryland Commission on Judicial Disabilities (“Commission”) will conduct a hearing to consider whether a reprimand should be issued against Judge Michael R. White in the above-captioned case on Monday, June 26, 2023, beginning at 5:45 p.m.
The hearing will take place at the Judicial College of Maryland, 187 Harry S. Truman Parkway in Annapolis, Maryland.
The hearing is open to the public.
For further information, contact the Government Relations and Public Affairs Division at 410-260-1488 or email@example.com.
Examples of a judge’s behavior that may constitute sanctionable conduct:
- inappropriate or demeaning courtroom conduct, such as yelling, profanity, or racist, sexist or other discriminating comments;
- using the prestige of judicial office to advance the private interests of the judge and others;
- hearing a case in which the judge has a personal or financial interest in the outcome;
- public comment regarding a pending case;
- persistent failure to dispose of court business promptly and responsibly;
- hearing a case in which the parties or attorneys are related to the judge within a prohibited degree of kinship;
- improper communication with only one of the parties or attorneys in a case;
- sleeping or drunkenness during a court proceeding;
- out-of-court behavior such as sexual harassment, bribery, theft, driving while intoxicated, making threats, making racist comments, ticket-fixing, or criminal behavior;
- endorsement of a specific political candidate or other improper political campaign activities.
DOES ST. MARY’S ORPHANS COURT JUDGE MICHAEL WHITE has his horseshoe hanging the right way over his barn door. Only time will tell.
STREAM THE HEARING, CHIEF JUSTICE
By Ken Rossignol
NEWS AND COMMENTARY… AND CHEAP SHOTS
The punishing authority of the Maryland Court system, which allowed a Prince Georges County Circuit Court Judge to stay on the bench after he was arrested for groping a man in a restroom in the Annapolis Mall, and waving his wanger around in public, has ordered Judge Michael White to show up in Annapolis on June 26 for a reprimand for unannounced transgressions.
Indeed, readers of THE CHESAPEAKE TODAY might have some insight as to why the sleuths (or sloths) of the Commission on Maryland Disabilities have gotten out their feathers to prepare to flog Judge White. The best way to discern what the Court’s investigators have to festoon the tainted Judge for his possible public flogging is what color the imperial panel will be dressed when they meet in Annapolis on June 26th.
As the yahoos of the Maryland government at all levels show great PRIDE in celebrating many different flavors of weirdness, one might expect that the esteemed Commission on Maryland Judicial Disabilities might be dressed in robes of alternating colors that change colors and flow like a lava lamp.
Instead of powdered wigs borrowed from the British, the panel might have wigs made of shag rugs in colors once favored by Carnivals and now embraced by the leading officials of the Biden Administration, especially the now-dismissed nuclear official facing charges in three states for purloining women’s costumes from luggage he allegedly stole at airports.
If the Maryland Courts truly wanted ‘transparency’, the Chief Judge of the Maryland Supreme Court would order that the proceedings be streamed live so that the gamblers in the Woodville Pines Garage Poker business owned by Judge White wouldn’t miss a single hand.
The inmates in federal prison who have been sentenced for stealing money from the Payroll Protection Plan as Judge White and his son apparently have done, would see that there is indeed a separate and unequal system of justice for them and that allowed for the Whites…and Hunter Biden.
Anne Arundel Circuit Court Judge Morris finds that the evidence shows Lt. George White was defrauding Maryland taxpayers
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MARYLAND COMMISSION ON JUDICIAL DISABILITIES NOTICE OF PUBLIC CHARGES IN THE MATTER OF
JUDGE WILLIAM JOHN DOTSON
The Maryland Commission on Judicial Disabilities will not hold a hearing to consider Charges brought against Judge William John Dotson in the above-captioned case. The judge submitted a resignation, effective November 30, 2022. No response to the Charges was filed.