- Report: #46914
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Complaint Review: Municipal Judge In Columbia County
Municipal Judge In Columbia County265 Strand Street St Helens, Oregon U.S.A.
Municipal Judge Wally Thompson In Columbia County uses his power in bad ways Rip-off St Helens Oregon
*Consumer Comment: Judge Wally Thompson
*Consumer Comment: Columbia County, St. Helens, OR. Courts/Judges System corrupt
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Judge Wally Thompson I believe got put into this position of a judge as a stand-in until another judge was voted in. Is it true that a municipal judge is an elected official. Because i know that the judge Wally Thompson has just kept his position as judge with out any voting by the community. If this is not so how do we get a real judge in that spot for the public to be treated right.
I have many issues with this judge and i know he doesn't like me because he said i had a chip on my shoulder and scoulded me infront of alot of people that i believe he didnt need to say out in the court room. so that is a little bit about the judge who is a corrupted government official persay.
i hate going in front of him because he will give me the highest fine even if i show proof, of documents for the case to be released.
I WILL TAKE A BREAK FOR NOW AND LET YOU MAYBE GET BACK
TO ME ON MY OTHER ISSUE. THANK-YOU FOR LETTING ME REPORT
THE CORRUPTION HERE IN OUR COUNTY.
ST HELENS, Oregon
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