New Mexico District Judge William Brogan Resigns Following Allegations of Misconduct

A New Mexico judge has agreed to resign and never be a judge again, following allegations of misconduct.

District Judge William Brogan of Alamogordo is accused of repeatedly failing to follow the rules for criminal cases in the last two years.

The judicial standards commission said brogan required guidance from staff and attorneys because of his lack of understanding of courtroom procedures.

The commission had begun disciplinary proceedings against brogan, when he agreed to resign.

The state Supreme Court agreed with the agreement.

Source:
Judge Resigns After Alleged Misconduct

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2 Responses to “New Mexico District Judge William Brogan Resigns Following Allegations of Misconduct”

  1. Anonymous Says:

    Another bad judge and another example of why judges should be tested yearly for drugs and mental conditions.

  2. Teresa Says:

    That makes 2 judges. Don't forget probate Judge Geradine Rivera.

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