- Report: #531374
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Complaint Review: Judge Howard Tygrett
Judge Howard Tygrett100 West Mulberry 2nd floor kaufman, Texas United States of America
Judge Howard Tygrett, TYGRETT MUST GO GOOD OLE BOY, CHILD THIEF, POLITICAL CLOWN, FAMILY WRECKER kaufman, Texas
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Judge Howard Tygrett should not be a judge in this county. Everything he does is for his own political good and no one wins but him (so he thinks). Parent after parent, child after child, and family after family, have suffered at the hands of Mr. Howard Tygrett and his illogical rulings in his courtroom. Tygrett endorsed and try to cover for the DA who was arrested for the second time for DWI. What does that tell you about Tygrett? Howard Tygrett appoints DWI criminals like Linda Duggan to study cases assigned to him. What does that tell you about Howard Tygrett? it's time that he get off the bench and stop what he is doing to the people. He's running again for judge and must be stopped. As usual in the past he has won because no one else ran against him. hopefully someone will oppose him this time and win. Kaufman needs a fair judge to replace Howard Tygrett, a person who truly cares for the people and not himself and his good ole boys network.
This report was posted on Ripoff Report on 12/01/2009 09:57 AM and is a permanent record located here: http://www.ripoffreport.com/r/Judge-Howard-Tygrett/kaufman-Texas-75142/Judge-Howard-Tygrett-TYGRETT-MUST-GO-GOOD-OLE-BOY-CHILD-THIEF-POLITICAL-CLOWN-FAMILY-531374. The posting time indicated is Arizona local time. Arizona does not observe daylight savings so the post time may be Mountain or Pacific depending on the time of year.
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