Colorado Judicial Branch – Weld County – Five Corrupt Weld County Judges Seek Retention In Nov. 2018 Elections. Will Their Careers End?

Judge James Hartmann: Colorado's Most Corrupt Judge to be Voted Out In 2018.
Careers In Peril? Five Corrupt Weld County Judges, Including James F. Hartmann (shown) To Be Voted Out In 2018.
Colorado Judicial Branch – Weld County: Five Corrupt Weld County Judges Seek retention in 2018.

Colorado Judicial Branch – Weld County: Five Corrupt Weld County Judges Seek Retention In 2018: James Hartmann, Michele Meyer, Todd Taylor, John Briggs, & Charles Unfug.

Colorado Judicial Branch – Weld County: What effect will Colorado Judicial Ethics Advisory Board C.J.E.A.B. ADVISORY OPINION 2008-05 have on Corrupt Weld County Judges James Hartmann, Todd Taylor, Michele Meyer, John Briggs, and Charles Unfug’s  bid for retention in 2018?

As we are roughly 7 months away from elections, this question is posed to evaluate how the above-named Judges will respond to the negative publicity of www.hartmannconspiracy.com, and www.weldcountycorruption.com. All are up for retention in 2018.

Judges James Hartmann, Todd Taylor, Michele Meyer, John Briggs, and Charles Unfug are proven to have concealed, aided, abetted, and compounded multiple felonies by Longmont, CO homeowner Craig Buckley’s former employers, Dream Stone, Inc.

The record of the Court, according to Judge James Hartmann’s sworn testimony, indicates that the above-named criminally complicit Weld County Judges knew, on or before April 4, 2012, and concealed the fact that Buckley’s former employers had sworn simultaneously before both the Weld County District Court, and the Colorado Division of Labor, that NEITHER had jurisdiction over Buckley’s claim for accrued wages due on termination of employment, because the matter was before the other, constituting Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, and Fraud Upon the Court.

On April 7, 2012, Dream Stone, Inc. Vice President Ronald Murphy would confess the Class 4 felony of Attempt to Influence a Public Servant in sworn testimony before Weld County Court Judge John Briggs. The above named Judges would spend the next 6 years attacking and retaliating against Buckley for bringing that evidence to light, and implicating the corrupt Weld County Judiciary in the aiding and abetting of crime.

While the preceding is a vast oversimplification of what is actually 8 years of Conspiracy Against Rights by Judge James Hartmann and his cohorts, the fact remains that it is Buckley’s steadfast intention to expose the criminal acts of all individuals and agencies involved, and to do, “everything lawfully possible” to ensure that the offending parties are removed from their positions of power.

C.J.E.A.B. ADVISORY OPINION 2008-05 provides guidelines in which a Judge, effected by negative publicity, may to a limited degree “campaign” for his/her retention. The official Opinion is found HERE.

Canon 7B(2) provides that a judge who is a candidate for retention should abstain from any campaign activity in connection with the judge’s own candidacy unless there is active opposition to his or her retention in office. If there is active opposition to the retention of a judge, the judge may engage in certain enumerated activities, including speaking at public meetings; using advertising media, provided that the advertising is within the bounds of proper judicial decorum; and requesting that supporters organize a nonpartisan citizens’ committee advocating the judge’s retention.

So what does this mean for the offending Weld County Judges? “Basically, they’re screwed,” commented Craig Buckley. “Hartmann has already committed First Degree Perjury in sworn testimony to attack me, and conceal his involvement in crime. Anything these corrupt Judges would publicly assert to preserve their reputations and secure their retention, in light of the evidence, would be a lie: easily torn to shreds.”

In July 2013, the Weld County District Court, under the authority of Judge James Hartmann, illegally raided Buckley’s North Longmont home and incarcerated him on a civil contempt warrant, because he refused to give the deed to his house to his former employers.

Ten days later, authorities again illegally raided Buckley’s home, charging him with Felony Retaliation Against a Judge, for an alleged “credible threat” statement Buckley was purported to have made against Judge James Hartmann during the first illegal raid.

The record of the Court would prove that Hartmann falsified evidence and perjured sworn testimony to effect Buckley’s conviction on the felony charge. “If a ‘credible threat’ had actually been made against Judge Hartmann, why would he have to lie and falsify evidence? This is about harassment, terrorism, and ‘shutting me up’, that’s all,” concluded Buckley. “Corrupt Judge James Hartmann and his criminally complicit subordinates are ethically unfit for office, and MUST be voted out.”

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Weld County Colorado District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann: Colorado's Most Corrupt Judge. Vote "NO" on retention, November 2018. A vote to retain Judge James Hartmann is a vote for a Known Felon.

Colorado Judicial Branch – Weld County: Careers In Peril? Five Corrupt Weld County Judges, Including James F. Hartmann (shown) To Be Voted Out In 2018. Weld County Colorado District Court Chief Judge James F. Hartmann: Colorado’s Most Corrupt Judge. Vote “NO” on retention, November 2018. A vote to retain Judge James Hartmann is a vote for a Known Felon.

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