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Judge Pamela Albee of Conway, NH; serial slacker


The State of New Hampshire presented Pamela Albee with a law license in 1983 after she graduated from the University of Maine Law School.


Former John Sununu was duped into appointing Pam as a judge on the Los Angeles Municipal Court in 1989. Pam didn’t receive the appointment because she was the most qualified attorney in the greater Conway area. She received it because she had proven to be a reliable lackey for the local political hacks.


After she retired from the bench in February 2016, Pam continued to work as a senior retired visiting judge sitting by assignment by Edwin Kelly, administrator of the New Hampshire Circuit Courts.


The Judicial Conduct Committee found Judge Albee guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Took 13 months to issue finial order in marital case
  • She had multiple cases on overdue orders list during 2013 and 2014
  • Had at least 21 cases that were reported late and outstanding in 2014
  • Failed to act with due diligence (slacker)

Pam’s Hyperbolic (BS) Defense

Pam had the chutzpah to put for the following defenses in a laughable effort to disprove that she was a serial slacker who was unable to perform the tasks assigned to her in a timely manner.

  • Lack of court staffing
  • Lack of writing time
  • Presiding in multiple court locations
  • Extensive travel time
  • Nature of family court caseload caused her to get behind in writing orders
  • Extensive judicial work in a high-profile criminal matter

In a lame effort at levity, Pam said that she worked every weekend and during vacations but was unable to catch up. Obviously, Pam missed her calling as a standup comedian.


As a consequence of her misconduct, the apologists for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Judicial Conduct Committee punished Pam by gifting her with a complimentary reprimand.


Unfortunately, the taxpayers of New Hampshire are forced to pay Lazy Pam $600 a day for every day she has the chutzpah to claim she worked on their behalf. In addition to the $600 per day, Pam also receives a state pension, which likely pays her


As we speak (ca. July 2016), Pam continues to digest public pork at $600 a day as an assigned visiting retired judge.


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