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Judge Craig Doyal of Conroe, TX; ethical gremlin


In November 2012, Roger duped the voters in areas in and around Fort Worth and Austin to elect him as a member of the U.S. House of Representatives.


The Texas Commission on Judicial Conduct found Judge Doyal guilty of the following misconduct.


Craig has had his significant snout firmly implanted in the public trough for at least the past thirty (30) years. Apparently, Craig wasn’t able to get a good paying janitorial job in the greater Conroe area.


As a consequence of his misconduct, the Judicial Commission ordered that Judge Doyal be suspended from his judicial office without pay.


Judge Doyal’s problems began when a Montgomery County grand jury indicted him in late June 2016 for violating the Texas Open Meetings Act. In addition to Judge Doyal, the grand jury also indicted Precinct 2 Commissioner Charlie Riley and Precinct 4 Commissioner Jim Clark.


The criminal charges allege that Doyal, Riley and Clark improperly exchanged emails in regards to Montgomery County’s $280 million road bond that voters passed in November 2015.


If Judge Doyal is convicted, which is highly likely, part of the punishment is permanent removal from public office. If that be the case, then Craig will likely be relegated to finding work as a greeter at the Walmart Supercenter Store on North Loop Road in Conroe, Texas.


And lastly, it shouldn’t take long August 2016) for Craig to cop a plea so as to avoid spending time in jail.


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