Rev. Dr. Roanld E. Hodges 0

Remove Judge Jean Boyd From The Bench

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Judge Jean Boyd clearly has her own style of the administration justice for the poor, non-wealthy and unprivileged that appear in her court when compared to the privileged and wealthy that appear in her court as some type of cohort affinity toward the wealthy. This fact is attested to by just one of the following several past illustrations of the Judge Jean Boyd have privileged justice application.

For example, when a 14- year- old teenage boy who just happened to be person of color person from a poor family was involved in physical altercation in which the other person died and appeared in Judge Jean Boyd’s court, this 14- year-old was sentenced to 10 years by Judge Jean Boyd in her form of fair justice.

However, when Ethan Couch the 16-year-old product of wealthy Texas family that looks like the Judge’s own family who committed a host of crimes that lead up to the killing of four innocent people driving at extremely high speeds while under the influence of alcohol in the amount of three times the state’s legal limit, Judge Jean Boyd administered her brand of privileged justice by only assigning 10 years of probation to Ethan Couch. Justice may be blind, but apparently not so in Judge Jean Boyd court in her privileged justice application were the wealthy and privileged defendants are treated differently.

Removing Judge Jean Boyd from the bench will not bring back the innocent people who lost their lives at the hands Ethan Couch’s in a legal system plagued by privileged justice, silver spoon defenses and Juris Purdence corruption, but it will send a message that no one is above the law included judges that give slaps on the hands rich and wealthy criminals or believe that they are above being removed from the bench for the disparate administration of privileged justice in the legal system that has come home to roust in the Tarrant County Juvenile Justice system.

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