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Attorney Victoria Grant of Albuquerque, NM; Judge Roy Bean Wannabee


FYI: Judge Roy Bean was a saloon-keeper and Justice of the Peace in Val Verde County, Texas, who called himself “The Law West of the Pecos.” Judge Bean was also affectionately known as the “hanging judge.”
The state of New Mexico provided Victoria Grant with a law license in 1983 after he graduated from the University of Nebraska Law School.
In 1996 Victoria succeeded in duping the voters in Bernalillo County into electing her as a Municipal Court Judge. During her tenure on the Court, the Judicial Commission found Victoria guilty of:
  1. Intentionally violating the due process rights of defendants on at least 21 occasions
  2. Held defendants in detention without the legal authority to do so
  3. Unlawfully forced defendants to trial without discovery being provided to them
  4. Illegally found defendants guilty without the prosecuting attorney being present
  5. Punished defendants for proceeding pro se (without an attorney)
  6. Unlawfully deprived 12 people of their liberty by illegally ordering them jailed
I’m sure that Judge Roy Bean would be very proud of Judge Grant’s conduct in operating a Kangaroo Court in Albuquerque.
Rather than face what she knew would be removal from office, Victoria did what most judicial cowards do when she agreed to permanently retire in late 2010 and never seek judicial office in New Mexico for the balance of her useless existence.
The apologists for Judicial/Attorney Misfits sitting on the New Mexico Supreme Court never took any action against Victoria’s right to practice law. Put simply, she was given the proverbial free pass.
As we speak (ca. May 2012) Victoria practices law at 201 12th Street Northwest in Albuquerque, New Mexico.






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