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Should Judge Richard Hagar clear his desk or clean it out?

  1. Get caught up
  2. Resign
  3. Don't care
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Mar-04-14 12:51 AM

He needs to resign. He was given a warning already, he even had a plan he was suppose to follow and still couldn't manage that. Kudos to Block for filing a complaint against this judge. He needs to go!

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Feb-17-14 9:32 AM

Over 20 months to make a decision on some cases!!!!

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Feb-15-14 9:20 PM

Bunch of Trolls.....

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Feb-15-14 5:04 PM

@MarkHighwater......don't know mister Hagar do ya???

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Feb-15-14 12:27 PM

Country roads

Take me home

To the place

I belong:

North Dakota

Mountain Mamma,

Take me home

Country road.

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Feb-15-14 12:23 PM

We can usually tell when Legend is using.

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Feb-15-14 9:40 AM

Political vindictiveness, unreasonable caseload assignments or just not meeting expectations-this poll question seems to suggest he be rode on a rail-

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Feb-15-14 8:52 AM

I would bet that the complaint was pushed by the parent that wasn't going to get custody and child support. God forbid a man takes a little more time to sort out some important issue's, gather more information before breaking up a family.

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Feb-15-14 8:14 AM

Believe it or not I know an Attorney who suspended his practice because he was not able to devote 100% of his thoughts and talents to his clients. The genuine gentleman I am speaking of wife came down ill and he couldn't completely get it off his mind so he waited until that situation was resolved to begin practice as an Attorney again. There are actually some good reasons to fall behind.

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Feb-15-14 6:23 AM

You have to give the benefit of the doubt and allow the judge the chance to make amends. Let him get caught up with the caseload and then let him get back to work with new cases.

You have to be fair. Nobody wants to lose their job when all they had to do was exert some more effort.

Does anyone think Hagar the Horrible was his Grandpa?

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