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Re: “Christine Walczyk

Shame on Judge Christine Walczyk of the Wake County Courts!! She is the worst!! I have been present in a courtroom with Judge Walczyk as the Judge. I was not the Plaintiff or Defendant. Judge Walczyk stated to one of the litigants that it was exhausting for her to listen to her present her case (she was a pro se litigant). Judge Walczyk then laughed at the litigant present her case and laughed with opposing counsel. Walczyk frequently brought up Judge Michael Denning whom was already removed off of the case from the Chief District Judge for good cause shown. This is the Judge Michael Denning whom stated "China wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't for all of the Chinese." He should be impeached as a Judge for his discriminatory comment that he made during a court case as heard on the audio recording produced from the Court. Walczyk also expressed anger at one of the litigants for filing Requests for Reassignments against her. Judge Walczyk stated in her questionnaire that "The cost of litigation is also a growing concern. With the economic crisis looming, litigants are often choosing to represent themselves rather than hire attorneys. As judges, we have to ensure that the court system works for everyone, and that we minimize the disadvantages to individuals choosing to handle their own legal matters." I witnessed Judge Walczyk laughing at a pro se litigant, allowed the opposing counsel to violate so many different Rules of Civil Procedure and local rules. The litigant whom represented herself pro se proved to Walczyk how the opposing counsel violated many different Rules of Civil Procedure and Walczyk's reply to that was it's "water under the bridge." Obviously, Walczyk is not capable of being a fair or impartial Judge. She had the audacity to state to a pro se litigant that it was exhausting for her (Walczyk) to even listen to the litigant present her case. Walczyk referred to the litigant as a joke and laughed frequently at her. Rude and abusive treatment by a Judge to one party in a case is against the Judicial Code of Conduct. It is all on the audio recording that is produced by the Wake County Courts. That is not the way a pro se litigant should be treated by a Judge. The other litigant in the Court testified to choosing to violate the order, yet Walczyk ignored that. Judge Walczyk is truly the worst Judge. Her campaign manager is a lawyer in the Wake County Courts. I heard a witness testify in front of Walczyk to definitely not stating something about a litigant, yet Walczyk for her bias in favor of the other party, lied and stated that the witness stated something he did not. Yet, there is an audio recording from the court proving the witness testified before Walczyk stating he did not make the statement. Walczyk has stopped following the rules of the Court. Walczyk has had rude and abusive treatment for one of the litigants in the case and complete favortism for the other litigant where even when the litigant admits while testifying in front of her that he chose to violate the order, STILL Walczyk will not find him in Contempt of Court. The litigant's attorney has violated many rules of Civil Procedure yet Walczyk's response to the attorney violating the rules is it's "water under the bridge." Walczyk needs to follow the law, yet she refuse to as she does not follow the Judicial Code of Conduct. Walczyk stated judges are supposed to be "temperate", yet Walczyk is out of control on the court produced audio recording making fun of a pro se litigant trying to present her case.

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Posted by Fairness in the Courts on 11/10/2016 at 7:41 PM

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