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Judge Julie Introcaso of Nashua, NH; moronic scofflaw


The state of New Hampshire provided Julie Introcaso with a law license in 1981 after she graduated from Boston University School of Law.


The New Hampshire Judicial Conduct Committee found Judge Introcaso guilty of engaging in the following misconduct.

  • Failed to comply with the law (scofflaw)
  • Failed to perform judicial responsibilities competently (moron)
  • Failed to at in a manner that promotes confidence in the impartiality of the judiciary
  • Failed to avoid impropriety and the appearance of impropriety
  • Failed to act with due diligence (slacker)
  • Failed to cooperate with other judges and court officials in the administration of court business      
  • Failed to disqualify herself in a proceeding in which her impartiality might reasonably be questioned
  • Failed to cooperate with ethics investigators (Screw you, said Julie!)
  • Failed to be candid and honest in her dealing with ethics investigative agencies
  • Ruled on motions without first disclosing a conflict of interest that created the appearance of impropriety
  • May have committed a crime by whiting out the Apple Pay Order and Fee Cap Order knowing that the ethics committee was investigating the matter
  • Issued an order approving recommendation from a marital master that benefited her friend Kathleen Sternenberg by appointing attorney Sternenberg as GAL (Guardian ad Litem) and approving orders relating to the payment of Sternenberg’s attorney fees  
  • Signed court orders without reading them, and without checking for any conflicts of interests

All that remains now is to see what if any punishment is meted out to Judge Introcaso by the enablers for Judicial Misfits sitting on the New Hampshire Supreme Court.


And lastly, the New Hampshire Attorney General Gordon MacDonald recently (ca. November 2020) announced that he has opened an investigation into criminal activity on the part of Judge Julie A. Introcaso. The investigation includes charges of falsifying physical evidence and tampering with public records.


As we speak (ca. November 2020), Julie continues to sit as a justice for the Ninth Circuit Court in Nashua, New Hampshire.



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