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Judge Homer Jasso Sr. of Edinburg, TX; Dumbo, sexual harasser

 

The state of Texas presented Daniel Burkeen with a law license in 1982 after he graduated from the University of Texas Law School.

 

The State Commission on Judicial Conduct found Homer guilty of and/or charged him with engaging in the following misconduct.

  • Accused of sexually harassing court employee
  • Admitted to telling employee she had “a nice butt”
  • Employee stated that Danny kissed her, touched her inappropriately and made inappropriate comments about her body
  • Admitted to having sexual affair with count employee
  • Failed to fully cooperate with ethics investigators (Screw you, said Homer!)
  • Admitted to terminating 5 court employees for ‘political reasons” after they had expressed support for his electoral opponent in the upcoming election
  • Illegally imposed a $6,000 bond on a defendant even though state law only allowed for a maximum $5000 bond
  • Failed to comply with the law
  • Oral testimony at ethics hearing contradicted previous sworn written statements
  • Failed to maintain competence in the law (Dumbo)
  • Failed to act with candor in dealings with ethics investigators

As a direct consequence of his misconduct, the cheerleaders for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Judicial Conduct Board punished Homer by gifting him with a complimentary reprimand.

 

As we speak (ca. April 2019), Judge Jasso continues to sit as Justice of the Peace, Precinct 4, Place 2, in Edinburg, Hidalgo County, Texas.

 

 

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