Joan Orie Melvin

Judge Joan Orie Melvin is a criminal because she was a judge will not go to prison

Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Joan Orie Melvin
Is a total disgrace to America but just the tip of the iceberg as to what Justices are doing with your tax dollars. Anyone involved in the legal system should have an annual polygraph test to ensure the American public is safe and getting honest judges.

April 7, 2010, Melvin’s sisters, Pennsylvania state senator Jane Orie and Janine Orie, are arrested, charged with theft of services and criminal conspiracy. They used Jane Orie’s senate staff and office resources to run their sister’s 2009 campaign for the state supreme court.
May 17, 2012, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette reports Melvin was to be charged as a result of an investigation.
May 18, 2012, Melvin is indicted on nine criminal counts alleging she used legislative and judicial staff to perform campaign work. She was suspended.
February 21, 2013, Justice Orie Melvin was found guilty on three counts of felony-classed theft of services, one count of conspiracy to commit theft of services, also a felony, one count each of misdemeanor misapplication of government property and conspiracy to tamper with evidence.

THE CRIME NEVER FITS THE PUNISHMENT WHEN YOU’RE A JUDGE THUS THEY DO THE CRIMES AS CRIME PAYS
May 7, 2013, Orie Melvin is sentenced 3 years of house arrest plus 2 years probation. She was ordered to perform community service in a soup kitchen for 3 days a week, to send a hand-written apology to all judges in the state with a picture of herself in handcuffs, and to pay for the cost of the photo.

Judge sets resentencing hearing for Joan Orie Melvin

3 Political Sisters Convicted Of Corruption: Joan Orie Melvin, Janine Orie Found Guilty In Pa. Court

Experts say judge’s ‘shaming’ order for Orie Melvin may not be enforceable

Judge orders Supreme Court Judge Joan Orie Melvin to be resentenced for corruption

BAD LAWYERS MAKE THE WORST JUDGES SO WHY DO WE ALLOW THEM TO CONTROL AND RULE. WE NEED CITIZEN OVERSITE

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