► Justice Nathan Hecht of Texas; scofflaw, ethically inept Print E-mail
User Rating: / 1
PoorBest 

Justice Nathan Hecht of Texas; scofflaw, ethically inept

 

It cannot be disputed that Justice Nathan Hecht is a celebrated scofflaw and well-respected ethical lepercon.
 
Texas Ethics Laws limits the expenditure of campaigns funds to legitimate campaign activities and/or official officeholder duties.
 
An article re: the criminal conduct of Judge Adolph Canales can be reviewed by going to the URL listed below the articles title below.
 
Is Dallas, Texas Judge Adolph Canales a Crook and/or Ethically Indigent?
 
In its ruling against Judge Adolph Canales, the Texas Ethics Commission stated in part:
  • “The reading of the Wall Street Journal is not necessary to maintaining a law license or fulfilling legal education requirements. In addition, there is no evidence provided by the respondent that the access to the Wall Street Journal primarily furthers the respondent’s duties or activities as an officeholder."
  • "Rather, it appears that the subscription primarily furthers personal purposes and is not connected with a senior judge’s duties or activities as an officeholder."
  • "Therefore, there is credible evidence that the respondent violated section 253.035(a) of the Election Code in connection with the use of the paper publication of the Wall Street Journal at the respondent’s residence and the online access to the Wall Street Journal.”
Justice Nathan Hecht and Wall Street Journal Subscription
 
From 2004 through 2008, Justice Nathan Hecht illegally used campaign funds to pay for subscriptions to the Wall Street Journal as set forth below.
  • Justice Nathan Hecht: Wall Street Journal, 20080802, 128.82, subscription
  • Justice Nathan Hecht: Wall Street Journal, 20070801, 107.17, subscription
  • Justice Nathan Hecht: Weekly Standard, 20061001, 94.00, subscription
  • Justice Nathan Hecht: Wall Street Journal, 20060731, 107.17, subscription
  • Justice Nathan Hecht: Wall Street Journal, 20050731, 107.17, subscription
  • Justice Nathan Hecht: Wall Street Journal, 20040731, 85.52, subscription
Unfortunately, Justice Nathan Hecht continues to sit on the Texas Supreme Court.
 

Who's Online

We have 81 guests online

Donation Request

Your donations are needed to help defray the recurring costs for internet services, cable access, research via LexisNexis, media subscriptions, and the employment of a researcher and editor.

Donate Here

The Committee to Expose Dishonest and Incompetent Judges, Attorneys and Public Officials, Powered by Joomla!; Joomla templates by SG web hosting

website counter