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Michele Meyer Corrupt Weld County Court Judge

In criminal conspiracy with alleged felons, Congressman Ken Buck, and Weld County District Court Chief Judge James Hartmann, the record of the Court proves that the presiding Judge of the Weld County Court, Michele Meyer, conspired with the aforementioned to harass, and retaliate against Longmont, CO homeowner Craig D. Buckley. The record of the Court proves that Michele Meyer, among numerous other ethics and legal violations, obstructed justice, suborned felony perjury, and allowed a witness in Buckley's case to discuss the matter with the jury outside of the Courtroom during trial. Buckley had been jailed for Class 3 misdemeanor harassment of his former employers following several emails he sent in which he demanded that they remove a series of liens illegally filed on Buckley's home. Buckley had sued the employers, Dream Stone Marble & Granite for wages due at the time of his termination of employment: approximately $2000.00 for accrued vacation pay, and web design. Shortly after his Weld County District Court lawsuit was filed, Buckley filed a complaint with the Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment, not seeking remuneration, as that matter was before the Court, but seeking fines and criminal charges only. The employers, and their attorney Daniel T. Goodwin, are alleged to have committed class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, having sworn that Buckley was unentitled to his award of accrued wages, per company policy, because he had not been employed with dream Stone, Inc. for a full year. Buckley was in possession of check stubs indicating in excess of 2 years of unemployment with the company. It had later been divulged by a Weld County source that Congressman Ken Buck (then Weld County DA) ordered Buckley's timecards destroyed. According to Colorado House representative Jonathan Singer, with whom Buckley conferred on December 23, 1015, Buckley's civil wage claim was dismissed by Chief Judge James Hartmann in violation of the Colorado Wage Claim Act, and specifically C.R.S. 8-4-110(2). The employers, constituting yet a second felony charge of F4 Attempt to Influence a Public Servant, had sworn before both the Weld County District Court, and the CDLE, that neither had jurisdiction over Buckley's wage claim, because the matter was before the other. Buckley was unlawfully denied Due Process in the Court, and denied his right to seek criminal charges against the employers. Buckley contacted Colorado Dept. of Labor & Employment Director Ellen Golombek demanding that she relinquish all documents in CDLE possession pertaining to his complaint. Buckley obtained correspondence from the employers, and their criminally complicit attorney, Daniel T. Goodwin irrefutably proving that they had sworn to both the Court and the CDLE that neither had jurisdiction over his wage claim, because the matter was before the other. Further correspondence proved that Colorado Chief Deputy Attorney General John Lizza, in conspiracy with Congressman Ken Buck, was directly implicated in a scheme to obstruct justice by concealing the timecard evidence of Buckley's employment spanning 26 months. Buckley begged Congressman Ken Buck for help, yet in a bizarre and chilling personal meeting with (then DA) Ken Buck he stated, "You need to lose my email address. You need to lose my phone number. You need to just get over it and move on with your life. There is nobody in this office who will help you. You will never win." Ken Buck then appointed 2 felony prosecutors to prosecute Buckley on a Class 3 misdemeanor charge for having demanded that an illegally obtained lien on his home be removed. Ken Buck is known to have used his official position to retaliate against Buckley for rightfully and very publicly accusing him, and Weld County Chief Judge James Hartmann of aiding and abetting the former employers' Class 4 Felony. Sidenote:at the time of Buckley's sentencing, there were 10 Weld County Deputy District Attorneys in the Courtroom. Malice? You bet. The so-called, "trial" had been a sham. Buckley had attempted to subpoena Judge James Hartmann, whom had violated his Due Process rights in the civil trial. Colorado Chief Deputy Attorney General John Lizza sent two AGs to Greeley to quash the subpoena, and judge Michele Meyer would not even allow Buckley to speak. Congressman Ken Buck, whom had also been criminaly complicit in aiding and abetting Class 4 Felony Attempt to Influence a Public Servant was subpoenaed. That subpoena was also quashed, and Buckley was not allowed to speak in rebuttal. Judge Michele Meyer then denied Buckley's subpoena for the employers' timecard evidence, proving yet another charge of F4 Attempt to Influence a Public Servant by the former employers, and the subsequent coverup by Ken Buck, James Hartmann, John Lizza, and Michele Meyer. Buckley was, of course, found guilty. At sentencing, Buckley was presented with a falsified pre-sentence report mere minutes before th sentencin hearing was to commence. Buckley objected. Michele Meyer once again violated Buckley's rights as the law, a mere trifling inconvenience for this staggeringly corrupt judge, stipulates that a Defendant be presented with the PSIR no less than 72 hours before a sentencing hearing. Not according to Michele Meyer, the transcript of this Judge's illegal act is posted on Michele Meyer has proven herself to be among Colorado's, and perhaps the nation's most corrupt Judges. She has in violation of the law and her Oath of Office, and with extreme malice harassed, attacked, terrorized, and retaliated against a citizen for no purpose other than to protect the reputations and careers, and conceal the criminal acts of her colleagues. The transcript of the case proves Michele Meyer is in dire need of disbarment and incarceration.
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Greeley, Colorado
Reason of review
Retaliation & Constitutional Due Process Rights Violations.
Preferred solution
Disbarment & Incarceration for Michele Meyer.