Arlington Gets Stuck With Antifamily Judge Esther Wiggins Because of Richmond Reps

24 Jan
On Tuesday, January 18, 2011, the reappointment of Arlington Judge Wiggins was put to the full vote of the Virginia Senate and House of Delegates.

Despite numerous constituents expressing their outrage with this Judge, Virginia’s House of Delegates representatives and State Senators voted for the reappointment of the anti-family corrupt Judge Esther Wiggins.

They ignored Judge Wiggins misdeeds against children and their families, and took no action to protect their constitutency from this corrupt judge.  Read the petition to have her removed. Read more about her misdeeds on the internet. See how — unbecoming proper conduct of a Judge — she avoided service when she was a defendant in a case brought against her by Prince Georges County in the State of Maryland. She has even locked up a father who is a US Veteran on a bogus “contempt” charge.

One can only conclude that these delegates and senators not only know about the corruption in the Arlington Juvenile and Domestic Relations, they are part of it.

Next time you walk into a voting booth, think about how your Delegate and/or Senators voted on this important issue.

Here is a list of Arlington Delegates and Senators who did nothing, including to failing to voice any objection to this improper judicial reappointment:

Virginia Senate, District 30
Patsy Ticer (D)
301 King St., Room 2007
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 549-5770
(804) 698-7530 Legis. office
email Sen. Ticer
district30@senate.virginia.gov

Four years; office elected 2011

Virginia Senate, District 31
Mary Margaret Whipple (D)
3556 N. Valley St.
Arlington, VA 22207
(703) 538-4097
(804) 698-7531 Legis. Office
email Sen. Whipple
mmwhipple@erols.com

Four years; office elected 2011

House of Delegates, District 45
David Englin (D)
City Hall, 301 King St.
Box 65
Alexandria, VA 22314
(703) 549-3203
(804) 698-1045 Legis. Office
email Del. Englin
DelDEnglin@house.state.va.us

Two years; office elected 2011

House of Delegates, District 47
Patrick Hope (D)
PO Box 3148
Arlington, VA 22203
(703) 486-1010
(804) 698-1047 Legis. Office
email Del. Hope
DelPHope@house.virginia.gov

Two years; office elected 2011

House of Delegates, District 48
Robert H. Brink (D)
PO Box 7668
Arlington, VA 22207
(703) 531-1048
(804) 698-1048 Legis. Office
email Del. Brink
DelRBrink@house.state.va.us

Two years; office elected 2011

House of Delegates, District 49
Adam Ebbin (D)
PO Box 41870
Arlington, VA 22204
(703) 549-8253
(804) 698-1049 Legis. Office
email Del. Ebbin
DelAEbbin@house.state.va.us

Two years; office elected 2011

Also vote out: Dave Albo (R), (804) 698-1042, Dave@DaveAlbo.com

For a list of representatives in other areas of Virginia, click this link:

http://legis.state.va.us/1_cit_guide/contacting_my.html

The next primary or election, remember that they don’t care about you, so why should  you care about reelecting them.
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One Response to “Arlington Gets Stuck With Antifamily Judge Esther Wiggins Because of Richmond Reps”

  1. Naomi (@NaomiJChambers) February 4, 2012 at 1:57 am #

    I left a comment for one of our Virginia State Officials.

    http://delegatedavealbo.wordpress.com/2012/01/05/2012-legislative-session-survey/#comment-1138

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