Judging the Judges: Department J; Kenneth E. Pollock


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

  1. 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

  2. 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!!

  3. 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!!

  4. 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!

  5. Anonymous says:

    YES, this judge needs to GO

  6. 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!

  7. Anonymous says:

    This judge has conscience and is NOT corrupt in any way. He can make a human error but not something influenced by corruption. There are only handful of them (judges) that are truly for the people and take decisions keeping in mind the best interest of children.

    • Anonymous says:

      Judge Pollock is a good judge who holds Attorney’s accountable. Attorney’s do not like this that he is one of the judges that stand up to the attorney’s.

  8. Anonymous says:

    Judge Pollock is a good judge. Only thing I ask of him is take your own decisions. Do not throw them on CPS or the Juvenile court or keep the cases going back and forth from one court to another. When you have heard the case, take the responsibility of taking the decision. I have seen judges taking decisions misusing their power – judge Pollock should at least put to use, the power he has been given, to take the right decisions.

  9. Anonymous says:

    I have been in front of multiple judges for my family law case. I believe each one abused their power either to please CPS or their attorney friends. Judge Pollock was the only one that was fair and impartial. The judge follows the rule of law and is not intimidated by attorneys. I sincerely pray for him to stay on the bench as he is an asset for the family court and a savior of families and children. In addition to following rule of law, the judge has plenty of common sense that he makes use of and can see through pretensions and lies. If there was an FBI inquiry on all the judges I have been in front of, judge Pollock is the only one that has clean, impartial rulings and nothing to hide.

  10. Talia Butler says:

    Horrible Judge. Mother left child for a year, day after father files for child support, mother files for full custody. Mother claims the paternal grandmother, who helped father when working, somehow held her place while out of state. School officials testify child has improved since left with Father. Judge Pollock allows child to be moved out of state, away from Father (whom she has never been away from), grandparents and friends, to a place where she has never been. According to the law, Mother had left for a year, should have been a open and closed case. Thank God the mother proved to be as unfit and Judge Pollock was warned! Child cried to return in less than a year, mother did not fight it, as it proved to be too much for her to handle! Now the child wants nothing to do with the mother. We are still glad she went, this way the child was able to learn on her own, thus; not growing resentment towards her Father or myself (step-mother) for keeping her. The child has blossomed being back in our custody. I hope he doesn’t pride himself too much on his rulings, he may not have been appealed successfully, but the better question to ask is “How many kids has he put in jeopardy?” That’s the real question.

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