Five circuit judges presided as the Supreme Court after Workman recused herself. Justice Beth Walker and temporary Justice Paul Farrell also stepped aside. Acting Chief Justice James Matish delivered the opinion of the court, and acting Justices Duke Bloom and Jacob Reger also issued a separate opinion, concurring in part and dissenting in part.
While the writ issued by the court is about Workman’s impeachment trial, it could be precedent for the pending impeachment trials of Davis and suspended Justice Allen Loughry. Justice Beth Walker already has been acquitted in her impeachment trial.
“This case is not about whether or not a justice of the Supreme Court of Appeals of West Virginia can or should be impeached; but rather it is about the fact that to do so, it must be done correctly and constitutionally with due process,” Thursday’s writ stated.
By Editor Edison – Revenge of the Ghost Wolf Editor
I remember when I myself filed a complaint against Robin Jean Davis and for GOOD REASON – It was published in the GILMER FREE PRESS back in the hay days of the FREE PRESS in Glenville. In fact they were pretty upset in Charleston that I was able to get any press coverage at all regarding my official complaint filed with the Judicial Investigation Commission in Charleston. It appears now, that some of my valid complaints against one of the good old boy crooks – that is a woman – that also likes to date a black man or two on the side — while performing duties as the Chief Justice of the West Virginia Supreme Court – is coming to light in the COURTS with an IMPEACHMENT TRIAL.
Let us review this latest article by the West Virginia Record…
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