Judging the Judges: Department J; Kenneth E. Pollock


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Anonymous Comment

“Knows the law, sometimes a bit shaky when challenged by a long time lawyer who thinks they know more then he knows. Sometimes appears to favor certain lawyers as a result. Needs to stand his ground like he means it.”

“Joint physical custody judge, good temperament. Follows the evidence. Litigants get their say. Generally fair and works in the best interest of the children.”

“Judge Pollock who has been recently elected to the bench, often shows himself to be fair and balanced judge. Decisions are based on facts; but he has at times deviated from accordance with the statues and the laws set forth by the Supreme Court. “

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24 Responses to Judging the Judges: Department J; Kenneth E. Pollock

  1. Anonymous says:

    I see that Pollack has very few if any problems with the litigants in his courtroom, runs a tight ship, but some Attorneys that do not get their way because they have their way in other courtrooms are trying to get someone to run against him in the next election. When is the public wake up and see what is going on. Good Judges are given grief buy the lawyers the appear in front of them for doing the right thing, and not kissing their asses and give crappy reports on Judging the Judges in the RJ. Why not let the public , Judge the Judges(survey). Only thing I can ask of Pollock is DO NOT micro manage cases

    • Anonymous says:

      He is starting to become a problem with additional work in custody cases and his need for Guardian Ad Litums in cases where all parties agreed as to parentage and the fathers name on the birth certicate and the child carries the fathers name. Now the case is stalled and the mother who fled the state gets to stay another couple of months in another state while the father is denied all contact, for months and paperwork is re-done only Dept that does this. No wonder is is doing so poor in the RJ ratings on Judging the Judges survey. The idea should be to make the courts easier and user friendly(justice delayed is justice denied)

      • Anonymous says:

        If you want to continue to not comply with the statute, make sure your E&O policy is in force. You run the risk that down the road a court will void your judgment and if that happens, your client will want to blame (read that as sue) someone and they can’t sue the court.

      • J Barragan says:

        Its really sad I haven’t seen my son in 10 months, my ex wife took him out of state, now I have no more money to fight it and she gets away with it. No justice!!

  2. Anonymous says:

    as a pissed-off father I do not have E&O insurance, but I do have the ability to garner 100s of votes through my Union and Fraternal brothers. Bye Bye in 2014

  3. Anonymous says:

    Word is this Department is going to draw opponents in the next election, has low numbers in the RJ survey

  4. Anonymous says:

    Judge Pollock creates obstacles where there are none

    • kiss says:

      You go to Judge Pollock for a custody or visitation case and you come out with a constitutional law case. Judge needs to use the K.I.S.S. theory (keep it simple stupid) and move on to the next case

  5. Joseph Barragan says:

    Joseph Barragan VS Beverly Moore,, Beverly was ordered to let OUR son visit his dad every weekend, now she turned her phone off and moved out of state with out my knowledge. No one wants to help because I have no money!!

  6. Anonymous says:

    This judge needs to be replaced! He is NOT an advocate for children in these custody cases. He doesn’t care about how much money it costs to keep going back and forth to court or how many months will go by to get a final ruling. GET RID OF JUDGE POLLOCK!

  7. Anonymous says:

    Judge Pollock id very fair in his judgement. Doesn’t get influenced by attorneys. This judge works in the best interest of the child! The only thing he needs to be strong with, is take a decision in a custody case that comes to him for child abuse. He moves it to Juvenile court where everybody knows what happens – Juvenile courts are corrupt and work in the best interest of the state/CPS and NOT in the best interest of the child. Cases moved to juvenile courts are sure to have the child put in abusive homes instead of protecting them as J courts are all about covering up each other’s mistakes and using power to make it more difficult for a protective parent to protect the child and have the child removed from the care of protective parent so that no body knows what goes on behind the closed doors in the abusive parent’s home. Plus CPS is a pro at mis -representing the facts and falsifying reports to make them look like what they want.
    Judge Pollock should stay!

  8. Anonymous says:

    This judge definitely rules in the best interest of a child. He is NOT partial or driven by corruption. MUST STAY!

  9. Anonymous says:

    A very balanced professional. An intelligent and hardworking judge. Works in the best interest of the child. We need to have more judges like him.

  10. Anonymous says:

    This just must go

  11. Anonymous says:

    This judge must go*

  12. Anonymous says:

    Takes long time to decide but is fair and just! Probably he takes time to ensure that Justice is done. Must stay!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Impartial and goes by the law.

  14. Anonymous says:

    This judge was not even able to compare my evidentiary hearing case with an accurate Supreme Court case. Had my teenage child get interviewed by the court and then did not even make 1 comment about the child’s interview, which completely stated that the child was intelligent and showed clearly that the child wanted primary custody to be with myself. My hearing got dragged out for 2 years and he made some ridiculous parenting plan/visitation schedule that does not benefit the child. He doesn’t know what he’s doing

  15. Anonymous says:

    Untouched by the endless politics in family court system. doesn’t go with favoritism. Is not at all a racist. Impartial BUT needs to understand that he is a higher authority than CPS and should take decisions and not leave decisions to CPS or move the cases to Juvenile court where protective parent and abused children are sent down the river. He should have confidence in his own decisions. The juvenile court and CPS make fun of him in Juvenile court calling it ‘ Pollocktic justice – i.e he is too lazy to take decisions on complicated issues and passes on such cases to Juvenile court

    • Anonymous says:

      Absolutely! He is a higher authority and should decide in the best interest of a child without being pushed by CPS (child abusing agency – that’s what they are). CPS suppress evidences,lie,falsify, misuse their power…the list is endless and Juvenile court rubber stamps every word of cps – what a racket! Under the cover of confidentiality they are committing these crimes.
      Only fair judges are a hope for families that are fighting for their children against government abuse. I believe if judge Pollock is a fair judge, he needs to stay and do justice.

  16. Anonymous says:

    He doesn’t know what he is doing

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