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Monday, August 26, 2013

Judge Bucci Slammed By Superior Court for Bias

Are Berks County judges biased? We did an unscientific poll and felt that indeed they were. In fact, many of the judges appear to be biased towards one gender or the other. Several judges including Judge Bucci, Judge Lash and Judge Schmehl even refused to acknowledge evidence of abuse and neglect in their courtrooms, so intense was their bias to find in favor of one parent or the other.

Apparently, some Berks County citizens are beginning to fight back and are taking their cases to the Superior Court for second opinions. In one case, a Berks County family did just that. In this particular case, the Superior Court slammed the Berks County judge.

You can read their findings using this link. http://www.pacourts.us/assets/opinions/Superior/out/J-A11019-13m.pdf?cb=2

Stay tuned for more information on biased Berks County judges and Biased Berks County attorneys!!

13 comments:

  1. what is the status of Judge Bucci's position in the Berks System?

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  2. he is still a judge in Berks

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  3. Does anyone know who the attorney was in this case?

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    1. Did you ever find the name of the judge who has won in court against Bucci

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  4. Judge Bucci needs to be disbarred. He is the most biased judge I have ever heard of. If he does not get his day on earth he will get his day in HELL

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  5. I Totally Agree! Judge Bucci is a MALE CHAUVINISTIC,! Mr.CHAUVINISTIC ONLY HEARS ONE SIDE OF THE STORY! He must had issues with his own mother to be sooo biased towards women! Thank You Judgd Bucci for another crapping ruling!

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  6. anyone have stats on how many family cases he has ruled on that have been over turned? insight on if he will be retiring this year (he will be 65). Is there a group that has formed to have this judge disbarred?

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  7. I have been getting slammed by this Judge for almost 4 years and today he went all out ignoring all evidence and putting a ruling not even requested by the opposing council into affect! My ex of almost 4 years found out that my boyfriend and I were expecting a baby. He started harassing me, nothing new and when my boyfriend stood up to him and told him off Bucci banned him from any contact with my children at all! we are a family for 3 years! He never layed a finger on him and was defending me, I have proof of my harassment yet Buccci could care less about that! Now with baby due and time I'm not loud to see babies father, go on vacations or have him in their life! He is a great guy with no record at all!

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  8. Can you please tell me what attorney you have I've been fighting off for 2 years with Berks Children and Youth paying over $750 support to my daughter to the grandparents my husband and I are at our wits end our last hearing is March the 14th I've been appealing to a paracord but they've been putting wrenches in every time I try to put one step ahead

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  9. Can you please tell me what attorney you have I've been fighting off for 2 years with Berks Children and Youth paying over $750 support to my daughter to the grandparents my husband and I are at our wits end our last hearing is March the 14th I've been appealing to a paracord but they've been putting wrenches in every time I try to put one step ahead

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  10. @Marj.
    What is the basis of the grandparents having custody of your daughter.
    Do you feel the custody is improper or the support is improper?
    What is a "paracord" ?

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  11. I read the link as referenced in the article and found absolutely NOTHING that showed Judge Bucci getting "slammed".
    I believe this would fall under that category of "fake news".
    If there is something FACTUAL then post it.

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  12. As FYI, a previous comment regarding age 65 in terms of judicial retirement was factually incorrect. The mandatory judicial retirement age was previously set at 70 years old. "...be retired on the last day of the calendar year in which they attain the age of 70 years."
    However in the November 2016 election, a constitutional amendment was approved which raised this to 75 years of age.

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