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Senior Judge William Agin of Canton, MS; repeat offender

 

The state of Mississippi presented William S. Agin with a law license in 1975 after she graduated from the University of Tennessee Law School.

 

The Mississippi Commission on Judicial Performance found Billy guilty of the following misconduct.

  • Failed to issue timely rulings
  • Engaged in conduct prejudicial to the administration of justice
  • Failed to perform judicial duties
  • Failed to timely render decision in at least three cases
  • Engaged in a pattern of misconduct
  • Engaged in willful misconduct
  • Persistently failed to perform judicial duties
  • Litigants suffered harm as a result of misconduct
  • Litigants incurred unnecessary expenses due to prolonged litigation

As one would suspect, this wasn’t Billy’s First bite at the Judicial Misfit Apple Tree. He previously received a complimentary reprimand from the comedians sitting on the Mississippi Supreme Court for failing to render decisions in a timely fashion.

 

As a consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Mississippi Supreme Court punished Billy by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.

 

As we speak (ca. March 2015), Billy continues to sit as a senior judge by assignment. He also practices law at 128 West North Street in Canton, Mississippi.

  

 

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