The Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission heard more than 90 minutes of arguments today in the case of Oakland County Judge Lisa Gorcyca, with her lawyer arguing that Gorcyca was frustrated with a bitter child custody case that had dragged on for more than 5 years, but she didn’t commit judicial misconduct.

“There is no evidence that Judge Gorcyca violated the rules of judicial conduct,” attorney Thomas Cranmer told the commission. “If Judge Gorcyca made a mistake in her finding of judicial contempt, that is not judicial misconduct.” ( – John Wisely) Click here to read the full story!

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