Threats against Family Court Judges Lead to Criminal Charges

Three Jacksonville, Florida family court judges will undoubtedly remember one particular child custody case forever.

The child’s father apparently wasn’t satisfied with the outcome.

So he allegedly sent threatening e-mails to each of the judges who had been involved in his case – months and years before.

He demonstrated that he had their private residence addresses.

He sought criminal charges against the judges for their rulings.

And he was reportedly a military school graduate.

As a result of the judges’ complaints to law enforcement, the man has been charged with felonies, each count of which could send him to jail for 15 years.

As that father now knows, the above are not recommended strategies for challenging an unfavorable ruling.

Read more in this Jacksonville Florida Times-Union article: Judges in fear after e-mails.