Mass Superior Court judge arrested on domestic charges - LTC suspended

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Just saw that Judge Bibaud sat on one of the dates. All we need now is for Rubin and Cavanaugh to represent the parties and we can have a fine MA scandal ball. [smile]
 

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No charges for Road Rage?

The alleged victim, Frison’s wife, told police that Frison pulled her hair. The couple has a 4-year-old daughter, according to reports. Police were told a car was following an upset woman. The car was speeding up and down Brook Street, according to police reports. The driver of the car was identified as the judge. Police talked to the upset woman, who is Frison’s wife. The wife said the couple is having “a tough marriage recently,” according to police reports. The wife told police that Frison yelled at her at their home in Hudson and began screaming at her. Frison, according to police reports and her wife, pulled the back of her wife’s hair, yanking her head back. The wife then left and walked down the street with their child.

Frison refused to speak to one officer, police reports said. She was then handcuffed and taken to a cruiser. Police said that’s when Frison told police she was a judge and they can’t arrest her. A witness, who told police he heard some of the commotion, said he saw a silver BMW speed down the street and cut in front of a woman. The woman, who appears to be Frison’s wife, was holding their daughter. The vehicle left the scene and returned. Frison was allegedly driving the BMW. The driver allegedly yelled at the woman, “Now you have this white boy with his dog protecting you.”


WTH is with the tattoo? So the"wife" is seeing a "white boy? I don't know I'm confused.

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No charges for Road Rage?

The alleged victim, Frison’s wife, told police that Frison pulled her hair. The couple has a 4-year-old daughter, according to reports. Police were told a car was following an upset woman. The car was speeding up and down Brook Street, according to police reports. The driver of the car was identified as the judge. Police talked to the upset woman, who is Frison’s wife. The wife said the couple is having “a tough marriage recently,” according to police reports. The wife told police that Frison yelled at her at their home in Hudson and began screaming at her. Frison, according to police reports and her wife, pulled the back of her wife’s hair, yanking her head back. The wife then left and walked down the street with their child.

Frison refused to speak to one officer, police reports said. She was then handcuffed and taken to a cruiser. Police said that’s when Frison told police she was a judge and they can’t arrest her. A witness, who told police he heard some of the commotion, said he saw a silver BMW speed down the street and cut in front of a woman. The woman, who appears to be Frison’s wife, was holding their daughter. The vehicle left the scene and returned. Frison was allegedly driving the BMW. The driver allegedly yelled at the woman, “Now you have this white boy with his dog protecting you.”


WTH is with the tattoo? So the"wife" is seeing a "white boy? I don't know I'm confused.

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Wow. Hate to be be in her court.
 

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A black person calling a white person a "boy" is racist.

Could you just imagine if a white person called a black person "boy".

I'd hate to be judged by this clown.

She must be running a Kangaroo Court.

That tattoo gives me the creeps.

When will she get her LTC back?
 
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If the LTC situation works out favorably for Frison, would that build a positive case history for others? Despite the usual calls of no mercy for her 'special status', perhaps we WANT it to work out in her favor.
Only if a court above the district court rules on a particular issue that can be cited.

A principle of law as administered in the US is that you cannot cite how another person was treated in a similar case as part of a defense. That ranks right up there with telling the officer writing a speeding ticket that all the other cars speeding by are going faster to (s)he should ticket them instead of you. It also prevents preferential treatment of the well connected from being cited as precedent, starting a race to the bottom on punishment as every defendant would be citing a similar defendant who got a great deal or knew someone.

You can argue "Mr. BH was found to have been illegally probed by citing the case of Intruder v. Bunghole, but you can't cite the fact that Bunghhole got a light sentence as precedent when arguing what your sentence should be, any more than a traffic violator can cite the dismissal of the case of Mr. Mayorson just before his case is heard.

For example, the fact that Officer Duncan let off in Framingham after he had an AD through a non-suspects neck during a raid did not provide a defense against the kid who was charged with accidentally shooting his friend with a BB gun a short time later.

The deck is stacked exactly the way they want it.
 
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A principle of law as administered in the US is that you cannot cite how another person was treated in a similar case as part of a defense.
There was a case a few years ago where the judge threw out the credit card debt because he decided the fees constituted usury. The credit card did not appeal for the sole reason that they were afraid an appeals court would agree with the lower court and create precedent.
 
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She is also a Marine...

What will happen if she is convicted? I can't see this not ending in a conviction. The fight was a public display and there was a witness who called the police. On top of that the victim gave a statement to the police. I think the military is less tolerant of domestic violence, are they not?

Then they went on to say that the person should have spoken to them first. I thought police consider domestic violence e situations some of the most dangerous situations they face. And now the judge and wife are saying this witness should have checked with them before they called the police? laughable...

Mass. Superior Court judge charged with domestic assault - The Boston Globe
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There was a case a few years ago where the judge threw out the credit card debt because he decided the fees constituted usury. The credit card did not appeal for the sole reason that they were afraid an appeals court would agree with the lower court and create precedent.
Same reason DC did not appeal the ruling that made carry permits in the district "shall issue".
 
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I thought this was called "precedence".
There is a very real dividing line between some thing a court decided; binding precedent and dicta.

Just because a court made a decision does not mean it sets a precedent and, if it does set precedence, the jurisdiction covered is limited to that of the court.
 

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How on earth did that become a judge?
Black, woman, lesbian and Marine
.... and, above and beyond the facgs that she's black/woman/lesbian/marine?... She also was appointed to the bench in...(drumroll)...Massachusetts.
Those of us who live here realize we live in an absolute f&&kin madhouse, run by people who are literally f&&kin psychotic who would be thrown out of many states in the country for being a danger to the community.

Instead, this absolute f&&kin looney bin we are forced to stay in, for various reasons
(work/job/family/roots/property/kids/whatever), appoints lunatic WINGNUTS like this wingnut black/woman/lesbian (etc) with clearly demonstrated anger management problems to the judicial bemchy, where SHE gets to decide YOUR fate should you be unlucky enough to have to stand/kneel/genuflect/bow in worship (etc) to "her" as she scolds and bitch slaps YOU for failure to pay parking tickets, moving violations or whatever the hell she "adjudicates" on during her maybe 20 hours per week of "hard" work..

It's a madhouse here. An absolute f&&kin madhouse.
 

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.... and, above and beyond the facgs that she's black/woman/lesbian/marine?... She also was appointed to the bench in...(drumroll)...Massachusetts.
Those of us who live here realize we live in an absolute f&&kin madhouse, run by people who are literally f&&kin psychotic who would be thrown out of many states in the country for being a danger to the community.

Instead, this absolute f&&kin looney bin we are forced to stay in, for various reasons
(work/job/family/roots/property/kids/whatever), appoints lunatic WINGNUTS like this wingnut black/woman/lesbian (etc) with clearly demonstrated anger management problems to the judicial bemchy, where SHE gets to decide YOUR fate should you be unlucky enough to have to stand/kneel/genuflect/bow in worship (etc) to "her" as she scolds and bitch slaps YOU for failure to pay parking tickets, moving violations or whatever the hell she "adjudicates" on during her maybe 20 hours per week of "hard" work..

It's a madhouse here. An absolute f&&kin madhouse.

You're preaching to the converted....lol
 

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On Feb 29, 2020, she admitted to sufficient facts and was place on probation for a year. She has been ordered to stay away from the victim, comply with any temporary orders in probate and family court, abide by restraining order, continue with weekly individual counselling w/ <some person>, Attend monthly group meetings with no less than three people, run by <same person>, provide reports from group to probation, sign releases to probation, No abude, report to be monthly minimum, Victim witness gee of $50, probation supervision fee of $65/month, and Domestic Violence fee of $50.

What is significant is that she is NOT required to complete the batterer's program, which is generally a given. In fact, she tried pleading the case out in January, but withdrew it because the judge wanted to impose the batterer's program. I guess they convinced him otherwise. The same judge heard both pleas.

Since there's still a restraining order in place, it's safe to assume she still doesn't have her LTC. If she was a commoner, there would be zero chance she'd ever get it back.
 
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