Judge Facing Ethics Charges Defends Actions in Child Custody Matter

, New Jersey Law Journal


A New Jersey judge facing disciplinary action for allegedly intervening in a child custody matter defended herself at a judicial conduct hearing on Wednesday, saying she acted properly given the facts she had at the time.

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  • Donald Tenn

    There is no excuse and as a matter of record, the judicial canons are in place for just this sort of an issue. Personally, I consider a complaint via the judicial canons as usually being biased in the judges favor and rarely is there any action taken against judges who believe they are the supreme rulers and that is what judge DeAvila-Silebi felt she was at this point in time, the supreme ruler and no one was going to question her authority. Certainly not some 3rd part attorney calling the judge from the complainant‘s personal cell phone? Wait.. What? The complainant‘s attorney called the judge from the mother‘s cell phone? How would one even know it was actually the attorney and not just the mum calling in a complaint? No, there are too many variables here. Personally, if I were the father and/or the respondent in this matter I would have filed a complaint wth the Department of Justice and the FBI‘s Color of law as clearly judge DeAvila-Silebi violated the civil rights of both the father and his children. FILE YOUR COMPLAINTS WITH TE JUDICIAL REVIEW BOARD, SOMETIMES THEY ARE ACTUALLY DOING THEIR JOB. For more information on filing complaints, contact us at: info@f4j.us FATHERS4Justice, fighting for Truth, Justice and EQUALITY in Family Law

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