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Re: “My case against Judge Morse

NOTPC--as has already been pointed out, there is no reason to believe Judge Morse has allowed Brandy's case to "languish." Those unfamiliar with the court system are often shocked by how slowly things seem to move. In fact, judges legally CAN'T rule on some matters until a certain amount of time has passed. This is because the opposing side has a certain number of days set by law in which to file an answer or response. If the parties in Brandy's case are still actively engaged in discovery, then her case isn't even ripe for adjudication yet. Just because Judge Morse may have issued a ruling against her, it doesn't mean she's being "mistreated" or that her voice isn't being heard. There are two sides to every story, and only one is airing her dirty laundry all over the internet.

Additionally, I'm confused by your comment that there's no oversight for judges. Thats literally what appellate courts are for. Also, there's Georgia's Judicial Qualifications Commmission, whose entire function is to oversee judges.

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Posted by SavannahEsq on 05/24/2016 at 2:51 PM

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