Was Massachusetts Judge Christopher J. Muse so embarrassing on tape that the Court ignored its own order?
Judge Christopher J. Muse presided over two hearings in the case of Torres v. Torres. In the second hearing, he dismissed the Plaintiffs’ complaint. He was accused of bias in the Appellant’s Brief and his ruling was overturned by the Massachusetts Court of Appeals.
Even though the court ordered that the tapes and transcripts of the hearings in the case of Torres v. Torres be turned over to the Plaintiffs, the Court ignored its own order and refused multiple requests for the hearing tapes. It would be impossible for us not to conclude, that the tapes showed behavior by Judge Muse that would have significantly embarrassed the Court. Why else would they not have provided the tapes?
Motion (P#33) ALLOWED as to court cassette recording and transcripts for motion hearings on July 26, July 30, and Nov 17, 2011 (Robert C. Rufo, Justice)”
My family life is irrelevant. My judge and law life is very important. I’ve never seen anything like this. I’ve never heard of an addendum to a will that’s a contract. I’ve never heard of it. – Judge Muse was overturned.
How would you like to be Pro Se in front of this Judge?
You just can’t make this stuff up!
- Order to produce tapes
- Complete Transcripts of hearings
- Affidavit and Supporting Documents to Produce Tapes