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Lisa Michalk Takes First Place in Texas 221st Judicial Election

March 9th, 2010 1 comment
Lisa Michalk
Lisa Michalk

Lisa Michalk was the only one of four candidates in the Texas 221st Judicial Election to take the time to respond to our articles on the election and the candidates. As we’ve seen in person how biased, corrupt, and incompetent courts, particularly those in family law cases, ruin people’s lives and abuse children and parents, we believe it is critical that the American public learn about the problems in the courts and struggle to make better choices in judges. While we still don’t know enough about Michalk to endorse her, we’d like to think that her willingness to participate in our discussion over the issues might have earned her a few votes and put her in first place in the primary election.
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Montgomery County Court Candidate Lisa Michalk Responds

January 15th, 2010 1 comment
Lisa Michalk
Lisa Michalk

As our readers may be aware, we’ve taken an interest in the judicial election in the Montgomery County 221st District. This is the district in which ill-reputed Judge Suzanne Stovall still serves through the end of her term December 31, 2010. Fortunately, there are four candidates running to replace her so voters will have a choice. We emailed the candidates to encourage them to discuss their experience and positions regarding family law, false allegations, parental alienation, and high-conflict divorces.

Today we’ve received a response from Lisa Michalk.
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Judge Suzanne Stovall Wins “Babystealer of 2009” Award

January 12th, 2010 No comments

Legally Kidnapped has announced the results of their “Babystealer of 2009” poll. Judge Suzanne Stovall of Montgomery County, Texas, 221st District Court is the winner with 46% of the vote. She beat out candidates Rozita Swinton, Amy Langley, and Mary Callahan for the award.
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Montgomery County 221st Judicial Election Candidates

January 9th, 2010 2 comments

Just recently it’s come out that Judge Suzanne Stovall won’t be running for re-election as a judge in Montgomery County, Texas. She’s been repeatedly criticized for her judicial decisions and actions as discussed in a previous article. According to Incumbents gain opponents with last-minute filings published just a few days ago, Suzanne Stovall didn’t file an application to run for re-election:
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Does Texas Judge Suzanne Stovall Deserve Re-election?

January 9th, 2010 9 comments
(Note: When this article was first published, the author was not aware the deadline for Judge Suzanne Stovall to file for re-election had just expired. Please see our article Montgomery County 221st Judicial Election Candidates for information on the four candidates who are running to fill the opening. We believe the article is still relevant because it shows the types of problems Stovall caused over the years for citizens whose cases were heard by her.)
Judge Suzanne Stovall

In response to my recent article Jason Fontaine Speaks Up About Child Custody Murders on the Fontaine murder/suicide case in California, a commenter identifying himself as “GOOD DAD” posted about his concerns regarding judicial misconduct involving Judge Suzanne Stovall of Montgomery County, Texas. In his divorce and child custody case, he believes that Stovall has acted in a biased manner which has seriously hurt his children and himself. This judge has a term that ends December 31, 2010, according to the Texas State Directory. So there may soon be an opportunity to eliminate her if she’s doing a bad job as GOOD DAD claims.
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