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Texas judge who admitted to using ecstasy and marijuana and sexting her bailiff was suspended from the bench, July 7

Texas Justice of the Peace Hilary Green, Friday was suspended from the bench in Harris Ciounty, Houston, TX  

46-year-old Hillary Harmon Green, was suspended after allegedly admitting to using hard drugs and trading sexts with her bailiff 

However, the divorced mother-of-one says that her ‘misuse’ of drugs had no impact on her work life and she plans to fight the suspension 

allegedlyMany of the Commission report’s claims were based off allegations from Green’s ex-husband and a former lover  

Former city councilman and ex-controller, Ronald Green, accused his ex-wife of  abusing drugs and detailed how she went about obtaining prescription and illegal drugs from her bailiff using codes 

‘nuts and bolts’ she meant , the prescription cough medicine Tussionex, ‘cookie dough’ meant cocaine, ‘Skittles’ meant Ecstasy

Ex-boyfriend Claude Barnes, revealed that they used adult dating site Backpage.com on two occasions to hire prostitutes for threesomes, stating that Green paid $150 to a prostitute in Houston on one occasion, and $200 to a prostitute in Austin on another

Barnes also claimed Judge Green concealed her relationship to an ex-neighbor who helped renovate her home, the neighbor was a a five-time convicted felon, who appeared in her court over an eviction in 2012

The embattled judge will next stand trial before a three-judge panel who will decide whether to permanently remove Green from office

First elevated to the bench in 2007, Judge Green was re-elected in November, 2016

Judge Hillary Green 1.jpgJudge Hillary Green [photo], was suspended from the bench on Friday, after reportedly admitting to using hard drugs and sexting her bailiff 

A Texas judge was suspended from the bench on Friday, after reportedly admitting to using hard drugs and sending sexually explicit texts to a bailiff while on the bench and paying for sex.
The Texas Supreme Court decided to suspend 46-year-old Hilary H. Green after reading a 316-page report from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, based on complaints stretching back to 2012.
The court filing claimed that Green, a mother of one, misrepresented her relationship with a convicted swindler in order to conceal her illegal drug purchases and addiction to prescription cough syrup.
Green allegedly admitted to the Commission that she used Ecstasy and marijuana with a boyfriend.
However,  she stopped ‘misusing’ cough syrup three years ago and that it never impacted her work life, Green said.

She also said she traded sexts with a bailiff in her court between October 2013 and March 2014, but that she eventually asked him to stop texting her.
In order to be permanently banned from the bench, Green will have to stand trial in front of a three-judge panel, to answer to the allegations many of which came out in contentious divorce proceedings with her ex-husband Ronald Green, a former city councilman and ex-controller. Furthermore, the commission ruled, unless she stands judicial trial, she has no hope of regaining her position.

Attorneys for The Texas State Commission on Judicial Conduct argued in court filings that there are ample grounds to conclude that Green brought discredit upon the judiciary and should permanently be removed from office, including evidence that she used “her assigned bailiff in an effort to illegally obtain prescription drugs.”
She’s also been accused of lying about allegations that she abused her authority in eviction matters to favor a friend, a con man and five-time felon.
In divorce papers, Ronald Green alleged that his wife had lied to the commission in response to two older judicial misconduct complaints related to Judge Green’s relationship with a convicted conman named Dwayne Jordon.
The commission alleged that in its own closed proceedings, Green already had admitted to many allegations against her, including illegally obtaining prescription drugs and using marijuana and Ecstasy while she was presiding over low-level drug possession cases involving juveniles in her south Houston courtroom. As a justice of the peace for Harris County Precinct 7, Place 1, Green handles thousands of low-level criminal and civil matters a year, including traffic tickets and evictions.
In its one-page ruling, the supreme court agreed with the judicial conduct commission that the evidence, including Green’s own admissions, justified her immediate removal as the state watchdog agency prepares for a longer civil trial that’s required under Texas law to remove any elected judge from office.

Complaint against Judge Hillaryt Green1.jpg

For full report click here:  Justice-of-the-Peace-Hilary-Green-Notice-of-Formal-Proceedings

After the decision on Friday, Green’s attorney Chip Babcock said he was surprised by the supreme court’s decision, since it didn’t address any of Green’s arguments to stay on the bench.
‘We’re a little surprised that the Supreme Court issued a three-paragraph order when the judge had raised serious and substantial constitutional issues,’ Babcock said in a statement. ‘We’re disappointed in the court’s ruling and we’re still studying our options.’
He says many of the allegations against her are false, brought up by a bitter ex-husband and a jilted former extramarital lover.
‘She’s going to be fighting it. She’s been doing a terrific job as a Justice of the Peace Precinct 7. She was reelected last November overwhelmingly,’ said Babcock.
‘The allegations that are in this complaint about her as to sex, drugs, and even the rock and roll are false and not true.’
Many of the Commission report’s claims were based off allegations from Green’s ex-husband, former city councilman and ex-controller Ronald Green, in 2015 divorce court papers.
Other allegations come from her ex-boyfriend Claude Barnes, who she was seeing behind her husband’s back during their marriage.
In a 2015 supreme court filing, Green said that Barnes threatened to destroy her after they broke up.
Barnes accused Green of abusing drugs, and detailed how she went about obtaining prescription and illegal drugs.
Barnes said that Green would get drugs from her bailiff, and that the two had a secret code for what drugs she wanted. If she texted him about ‘nuts and bolts’ she meant Tussionex, a prescription cough medicine, if she asked for ‘cookie dough’ she meant cocaine and if she wanted ‘Skittles’ that meant Ecstasy.

Her former boyfriend also said that they used Backpage.com on two occasions to hire prostitutes for threesomes. He said Green paid $150 to a prostitute in Houston on one occasion, and $200 to a prostitute in Austin on another.
The report, which was put out in May, also claimed that Green concealed her relationship to a five-time convicted felon, who appeared in her court over an eviction in 2012.
The felon was reportedly an ex-neighbor of Green’s who helped renovate her home.
Green, a Democrat, has served in the Harris County Court since 2007, trying low-level criminal cases and lawsuits, including traffic tickets and evictions.

Dwayne K. Jordon.jpgDwayne K. Jordon, described as a family “friend” of Ronald and Hilary Green. Ronnald  Green in his filing said his ex-wife lied about the nature of her relationship with Jordan

Reacting to the Supreme Court’s decision, the former trial attorney who first took office in 2007, in her own filings complained that the commission practiced “assembly line justice” and treated her unfairly. She maintained she had stopped abusing prescription cough syrup about three years ago, and had provided evidence of having passed several recent drug-screening test.
In the midst of her legal trevails, Green was re-elected to her position in November, running unopposed. However, she did face a fight in the Democratic primary, beating out Cheryl Elliott Thornton in a run-off, winning 56.65 per cent of the vote to Thornton’s 43.35 per cent.
According to her profile at the time, Green said she ‘has a nine-year-old son and takes pride in volunteering at her son’s school and with his football team’.

 

 

 

 

A Texas judge was suspended from the bench on Friday, after reportedly admitting to using hard drugs and sexting her bailiff.

The Texas Supreme Court decided to suspend 46-year-old Hilary H. Green after reading a 316-page report from the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, based on complaints stretching back to 2012.

The court filing claimed that Green, a mother of one, misrepresented her relationship with a convicted swindler in order to conceal her illegal drug purchases and addiction to prescription cough syrup.

Green allegedly admitted to the Commission that she used Ecstasy and marijuana with a boyfriend.However, she said she added that she stopped ‘misusing’ cough syrup three years ago and that it never impacted her work life.

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Texas Justice of the Peace Hilary Green was suspended from the bench on Friday

Texas Justice of the Peace Hilary Green was suspended from the bench on Friday

She also said she traded sexts with a bailiff in her court between October 2013 and March 2014, but that she eventually asked him to stop texting her.

In order to be permanently banned from the bench, Green will have to stand trial in front of a three-judge panel.

Many of the allegations came out in contentious divorce proceedings with Green's ex-husband Ronald Green, a former city councilman and ex-controller

Many of the allegations came out in contentious divorce proceedings with Green’s ex-husband Ronald Green, a former city councilman and ex-controller

Unless she does, she has no hope of regaining her position.

After the decision on Friday, Green’s attorney Chip Babcock said he was surprised by the supreme court’s decision, since it didn’t address any of Green’s arguments to stay on the bench.

‘We’re a little surprised that the Supreme Court issued a three-paragraph order when the judge had raised serious and substantial constitutional issues,’ Babcock said in a statement. ‘We’re disappointed in the court’s ruling and we’re still studying our options.’

He says many of the allegations against her are false, brought up by a bitter ex-husband and a jilted former extramarital lover.

‘She’s going to be fighting it. She’s been doing a terrific job as a Justice of the Peace Precinct 7. She was reelected last November overwhelmingly,’ said Babcock. ‘The allegations that are in this complaint about her as to sex, drugs, and even the rock and roll are false and not true.’

Many of the Commission report’s claims were based off allegations from Green’s ex-husband, former city councilman and ex-controller Ronald Green, in 2015 divorce court papers.  Other allegations come from her ex-boyfriend Claude Barnes, who she was seeing behind her husband’s back during their marriage.

In a 2015 supreme court filing, Green said that Barnes threatened to destroy her after they broke up.

Barnes accused Green of abusing drugs, and detailed how she went about obtaining prescription and illegal drugs.

Barnes said that Green would get drugs from her bailiff, and that the two had a secret code for what drugs she wanted. If she texted him about ‘nuts and bolts’ she meant Tussionex, a prescription cough medicine, if she asked for ‘cookie dough’ she meant cocaine and if she wanted ‘Skittles’ that meant Ecstasy.

No one answered at Green's home after the news was announced on Friday 

No one answered at Green’s home after the news was announced on Friday

Her former boyfriend also said that they used Backpage.com on two occasions to hire prostitutes for threesomes. He said Green paid $150 to a prostitute in Houston on one occasion, and $200 to a prostitute in Austin on another.

The report, which was put out in May, also claimed that Green concealed her relationship to a five-time convicted felon, who appeared in her court over an eviction in 2012.

The felon was reportedly an ex-neighbor of Green’s who helped renovate her home.

Green, a Democrat, has served in the Harris County Court since 2007, trying low-level criminal cases and lawsuits, including traffic tickets and evictions.

She was re-elected to her position in November, running unopposed. However, she did face a fight in the Democratic primary, beating out Cheryl Elliott Thornton in a run-off, winning 56.65 per cent of the vote to Thornton’s 43.35 per cent.

According to her profile at the time, Green said she ‘has a nine year old son and takes pride in volunteering at her son’s school and with his football team’.

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