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JUDGE INVESTIGATED
(2008-03-11)
(wgvu) - THE MICHIGAN JUDICIAL TENURE COMMISSION HAS HEARD
ARGUMENTS IN A CASE AGAINST A BLACK JUDGE ACCUSED OF COMMITTING
PERJURY AND FALSELY ACCUSING OTHERS OF RACISM.
THE PANEL'S DIRECTOR WANTS INGHAM COUNTY CIRCUIT JUDGE BEVERLEY
NETTLES-NICKERSON REMOVED AND BARRED FROM HOLDING A JUDGESHIP
AGAIN.
THE PANEL IS EXPECTED TO DECIDE WITHIN A MONTH WHETHER TO
RECOMMEND SANCTIONS TO THE STATE SUPREME COURT.
NETTLES-NICKERSON'S ATTORNEY SAYS A RETIRED JUDGE ASSIGNED TO
LOOK INTO ALLEGATIONS AGAINST HER CHERRY-PICKED EVIDENCE.
BUT THE PANEL'S DIRECTOR SAYS THE ATTORNEY WAS TRYING TO DIVERT
ATTENTION FROM NETTLES-NICKERSON'S MISCONDUCT.
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