‘The Code of Judicial Conduct Works Weekends Too’: Judge Gets 6-Month Unpaid Suspension for Traffic Stop Misconduct

A West Virginia Circuit Court judge has been suspended for six months without pay, among other sanctions, by the West Virginia Supreme Court of Appeals over a traffic stop during which he identified himself as a judge, called the police officer’s supervisors, and made coercive and retaliatory statements.


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