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Commissioner Jon Norheim continues to be protected by Clark County leadership as evidence mounts of his estate trafficking for his cronies.

The criminal trial of attorney William Errico is to begin next month on June 17, 2019.  He is indicted on 34 counts of theft and exploitation for stealing over $150,000 from 67 year old client Deeann Clark’s medical malpractice award in 2007 and by using guardianship to steal over $800,000 of the personal injury award he had litigated for victim Wilfred Bosserman, 19 in 2009.  Mr. Errico effectively used Commissioner Jon Norheim to financially exploit a vulnerable adult, Wilfred Bosserman and his mother Angela Smalley.  Angela Smalley and LVMPD exposed Errico to Commissioner Norheim in early 2012 and Norheim took the opportunity to remove Wilfred’s mother as guardian of the estate and protect Mr. Errico while rewarding attorneys Lee Drizin and Michael Van until Norheim was removed from the adult guardianship bench in 2015.  The case languished for 7 years as Errico, through his attorney Bill Terry, avoided prosecution.  Errico was ultimately disbarred in late 2018.
In a separate Norhei…
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“97” Elizabeth “Betty” Winstanley “KIDNAPPED” held hostage at Masonic Village, Elizabethtown Pennsylvania, “Embezzlement” of her financial means by Judge Jay Hoberg and “Cronies”

“97” Elizabeth “Betty” Winstanley “KIDNAPPED” held hostage at Masonic Village, Elizabethtown Pennsylvania, “Embezzlement” of her financial meansby Judge Jay Hoberg and his “Cronies” By: Michael Volpe

The abuse continues for Elizabeth "Betty" Winstanley and her children (David Winstanley and Liz Winstanley)
fighting for her as the Lancaster, County Court of Common Pleas continues to abuse her and her family
without end. Ms. Winstanley has been in an illegal guardianship since 2014, with all of her rights removed, forced to live
at Masonic Village in Elizabethtown, Pennsylvania rather then Annapolis, Maryland which she has been
petitioning the court since 2014 to be close to David and Liz her children.

The day she was illegally found incapacitated in 2014 by Judge Jay Hoberg who only listened to his
personal friend and doctor. That morning she was denied her hearing aids by Masonic Village so she
couldn't hear the hearing. At this hearing remember she was determined to be &qu…

Chief Judge Lisa B. Kemler of the City of Alexandria Jails MOTHER FOR TALKING TO HER YOUNG SON'S DOCTORS AND REPORTING FATHER'S PHYSICAL ABUSE OF HER SON

ALEXANDRIA, VIRGINIA (June 16, 2018) -- A young mother was jailed on Friday morning for reporting physical abuse of her son by his father to the proper government authorities and for communicating with her 10-year-old son's therapist and psychiatrist.  
Hard to believe?  The court reporter transcripts reveal it all in Cases CJ 14001064 and 14001065
in Alexandria Circuit Court. These facts are beyond question.  Judge Lisa Kemler announced her reasons for sentencing Natalia Dalton to jail in open court June 15, before a court reporter.
Natalia Dalton's attorney is Jonathon Moseley of Woodbridge (703) 656-1230.  

Natalia Dalton's son has told many adults, without prompting, that his father Julio Lacayo has
physically abused him (that is in violence).  
Natalia Dalton shows the photographs of her own injuries when she says Julio Lacayo beat her when they lived together.  The courts have no interest in Natalia Dalton being beaten by the child's father in years past.

In Novembe…

Share of the Virignia Pilot Sunday September 22, 1996 Story on Virginia Judicial Corruption THAT Has not Changed: Judges Judging Judges

THE VIRGINIAN ­PILOT
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 DATE:Sunday,September22,1996
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STATE'S BEST KEPT SECRET IS
AGENCY THAT JUDGES THE JUDGES

the JIRC 
The complaint was filed in secret.

The public was not told that a Norfolk judge may have acted improperly.

A government agency investigated the judge in secret.
 There was no public record. A misconduct hearing was called in secret.
The location was kept quiet.

The agency would not confirm the judge's name or even that it was meeting. Witnesses against the judge were called in secret. Subpoenas were not filed in open court, as they are in criminal cases. The witnesses' testimony may never be known. They were urged not to talk after the hearing.

A newspaper reporter who showed up was asked the leave the building, a Holiday Inn. The reporter stayed out in the hallway. And in the end, Judge Luther C. Edmonds of Norfolk Circuit C…