Candidate fined for wearing judge's robes in photo

, The National Law Journal

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The Ohio Supreme Court on Aug. 30 found that Jeanette Moll violated three provisions of the state's code of judicial conduct by appearing in judicial robes in campaign flyer photos.

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  • ELois Poole-Clayton

    MARVELOUS decision!



    NOTE: TOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO many "judges", has been programmed to believe that because they carry such titles, that they have ALL rights and that does NOT hold water, with a TRUE court!

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