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The Judicial Tenure Commission

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The Judicial Tenure Commission serves to promote the integrity of the judicial process and preserve public confidence in the courts. Michigan created the Commission when voters passed an amendment to Article 6, § 30 of the Michigan Constitution in August, 1968. The enabling court rule is now codified in MCR 9.200.


The Commission strives to hold state judges, magistrates, and referees accountable for their misconduct without jeopardizing or compromising the essential independence of the judiciary. The basis for Commission action is a violation of the Code of Judicial Conduct or Rules of Professional Conduct, which are published with the Michigan Rules of Court.


we need to flood this office with complaints about the Judges involved in the Sal Argo case and Bob-N-Torey and any other case where the judge refuses to acknowledge and follow state law(s).


Its obvious some of the judges have lost their minds and are no longer mentally capable of holding their job(s) on the bench. What else but some type of mental illness would cause a judge to deny someone their medication because he doesn't agree with the law.

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