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NC Bar Publishes Ratings of Local Judges

The North Carolina Bar Association has published the ratings of local judges throughout the State of North Carolina. The results are the compilation of surveys that were sent out in May 2011 to attorneys who are members of the Bar Association. The Bar Association is comprised of a wide range of attorneys, including plaintiffs attorneys, criminal defense attorneys and corporate attorneys.

The full survey is available here.

Voters have little information to make decisions regarding the local judges. The Bar Association hopes that these ratings will be helpful to voters.

In the District Court, Judges Sasser, Walczyk, and Worley will have to run for re-election this year to keep their seats.

Superior Court

Superior Court judges hear all felony criminal cases, misdemeanor appeals from District Court, and civil cases involving more than $10,000.

District Court

District Court judges hear criminal misdemeanors and infractions, and family law cases (divorce, custody, child support), and civil cases involving less than $10,000.

The following are the ratings of the Wake County Judges.

JUDGE NAME
(DISTRICT)

INTEGRITY & IMPARTIALITY

LEGAL ABILITY

PROFESSIONALISM

COMMUNICATION

ADMINISTRATIVE SKILLS

OVERALL PERFORMANCE

 

Superior Court Judges

 

ABRAHAM P. JONES (10A)

3.83

3.24

3.81

3.56

2.97

3.30

MICHAEL R. MORGAN (10A)

4.47

4.10

4.64

4.39

4.15

4.27

DONALD W. STEPHENS (10D)

4.44

4.68

4.47

4.48

4.64

4.51

 

District Court Judges

 

MONICA M. BOUSMAN

3.93

3.96

3.86

3.96

4.08

3.85

JACQUELINE L. BREWER

3.87

3.72

4.11

3.97

3.86

3.82

ERIC CRAIG CHASSE

4.50

4.33

4.71

4.57

4.49

4.47

LORI GRUNDY CHRISTIAN

4.48

4.22

4.53

4.50

4.36

4.39

JENNIFER MILLER GREEN

3.77

4.09

3.63

3.82

4.03

3.77

JENNIFER J. KNOX

3.95

4.13

4.02

4.06

4.12

4.03

ROBERT B. RADER

4.84

4.76

4.88

4.81

4.81

4.83

DEBRA ANN SASSER

4.11

4.22

4.06

4.16

4.25

4.07

CHRISTINE M. WALCZYK

4.33

4.14

4.43

4.23

4.19

4.18

ANNA ELEANA WORLEY

3.71

3.20

3.43

3.29

2.84

3.16

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3 Comments

  1. Jennifer Green, rated the second lowest district judge in Wake County, set the president for allowing drug dealers and pimps to exploit and manipulate a person with mental illness. Her unlawful decision that began with failure to allow the Defense outlined in NC 1A-1 Rule 9: Condition of the Mind in a case that was at its core about Mental Illness and a legitimate caretaker acting in good faith. The case went appealed to the Supreme Court of North Carolina to be found “Ex Mero Motu.” Latin for, creating an order that a plaintiff did not have a legal right to. Thus allowing the continued exploitation of a disabled adult by two career and habitual felons. Felons who are protected by Wake County as Confidential Informants. Green, with or without knowledge of this conspiracy to further crime, used an abuse of discretion that essentially shielded the criminals and offered them the ability to continue human trafficking of the disabled adult. She would be re-elected not because her district loves her but because she was the only one running.

  2. Just found out Judge Sasser Wake County Family Judge worked with Anne Stubbs and that’s why I lost. No worry though my ex was easily bought off. Bought my kids for a few thousand. Stupid judge didn’t care, cause her bud was there. Make sure you hire Stubbs when you face Sasser in Court. They sleep together in court.

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