Judge Beaten With Frying Pan


 A Las Vegas judge was beaten bloody with a frying pan by her husband and hospitalized with numerous injuries.  Sounds like a weird instrument for a man, but it appears that his cheese slid off the cracker and he grabbed whatever was closest to him.  Luckily for her, he wasn’t cooking her breakfast.  Al Green can attest to that.  Judge Elizabeth Halverson is morbidly obese and travels in a motorized wheelchair, but she’s been known to be quite unruly.  The Associated Press reported that she was suspended from the courtroom in July 2007, only six months after being sworn in citing that “she posed a substantial threat to the public or to the administration of justice.”  Halverson was falling asleep in court, asking her former bailiff to put on her shoes, give her massages, and even went as far as asking him to shoot her husband and she would dispose of the body.  The relationship between the two seems to be some kind of freaky deaky sado-masochistic alliance.  Read here about this “strange relationship.”

5 thoughts on “Judge Beaten With Frying Pan”

  1. U know I really think there are several Judges that should be investigated for their Court room behavior. The judicial system is supposed to be blind to all but the truth (evidence) however that is not the case and the judges are bringing there personal opinions into the court room and the recourse for defendants is minimal. This Judge is representative of a larger problem. Some of the judges are just to old to be effective and should be tested yearly for there mental capacity. They have the defendants Lives in there hands Guilty or Innocent.

  2. After all that has been reported, I’m curious to hear the final results of the hearing (that was postponed for 30 days due to the circumstances) regarding her conduct.

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