Wonderful article if one ignores the facts and common sense. What other job can you send emails like these to your supervisor and not get fired. Oh, and the article doesn't mention that Judge Carroll was also found to have violated his judicial ethics by his conduct. Let's see nasty emails and unethical judge and the City Council can't fire him?
The article suggests that Judge Jeffrey engaged in domestic violence but where is the evidence. Orders are issued all the time without any violence. Why should we assume that Jeffrey did anything wrong because a judge in Surprise issued an order? Any evidence there was violence? Physicial abuse. New Times don't need no stinkin facts. They only get in the way of a good story.
Why should anyone believe that Judge Carroll wasn't upset when his wife didn't get the job his wife wanted. It may be logical but as long as Mike denies it, it can't be true. Let's believe the unethical judge not our brain.
Oh, when Judge Carroll and Judge Klausner met, wasn't Judge Carroll married? Does any of this raise questions for the author? No, the author just wants to be a mouth piece for the Carroll's. What a wonderful couple.
I am ecstatic that the Phoenix taxpayers will not be paying their salaries anymore. Maybe Mike can get a job where he has to hustle for a living and find the perfect boss who doesn't mind when he sends offensive emails and acts unethically.