Wednesday, April 10, 2013
Ind. Courts - "Senior judge banned from judicial service" [Updated]
Updating earlier ILB entries:
- Ind. Courts - More on: Disciplinary charges filed against senior judge
Updating this ILB entry from Feb. 25th, re the filing of disciplinary charges against Lisa Traylor-Wolff, a senior judge serving in Pulaski and Fulton Counties, the Christian Science Monitor has published a long AP story today....
Posted in The Indiana Law Blog on February 28, 2013 02:40 PM
The details of Indiana's senior judge program are set out at the end of this ILB post from Feb. 15th. Administrative Rule 5(B)(3) discusses the qualifications for senior judge status. The answer to whether you have to have been a...
Posted in The Indiana Law Blog on February 25, 2013 06:48 PM
The Supreme Court press office has announced:The Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications has filed disciplinary charges against Lisa Traylor-Wolff, a senior judge serving in Pulaski and Fulton Counties. The charges stem from allegations that Judge Traylor-Wolff had an inappropriate relationship...
Posted in The Indiana Law Blog on February 25, 2013 01:25 PM
A senior judge is permanently banned from judicial service after a settlement with the Indiana Supreme court. Lisa Traylor-Wolff, a senior judge and attorney in Pulaski and Fulton counties, will also not practice law for the next 45 days and is subject to 2 years of probation.[Updated at 3:22 PM] Here is the 2-page order of the Supreme Court, dated Arpil 9th.