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Michael Berens

Special Report: The quest to stop a 'Sugar Daddy' judge accused of preying on women

14 Jul 2020

EUREKA SPRINGS, Arkansas She was 30 years old, jobless and facing a custody fight for two young children. To keep her kids, she needed a lawyer – someone cheap and willing to see her quickly.

Teflon Robe: 4 takeaways from Reuters' latest investigation of U.S. judicial misconduct

14 Jul 2020

An Arkansas judge who styled himself as a “Sugar Daddy” and was accused by local women of soliciting sex in exchange for cash, drugs and bail leniency largely escaped accountability from authorities for years, a Reuters investigation found.

How Reuters examined misconduct by state and local judges across America

14 Jul 2020

To track misconduct by state, county and local judges from all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, Reuters examined thousands of investigative files and reports for a dozen years – from 2008 through 2019.

How Reuters examined misconduct by state and local judges across America

14 Jul 2020

To track misconduct by state, county and local judges from all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, Reuters examined thousands of investigative files and reports for a dozen years – from 2008 through 2019.

Teflon Robe: 4 takeaways from Reuters' latest investigation of U.S. judicial misconduct

14 Jul 2020

An Arkansas judge who styled himself as a “Sugar Daddy” and was accused by local women of soliciting sex in exchange for cash, drugs and bail leniency largely escaped accountability from authorities for years, a Reuters investigation found.

Teflon Robe: 4 takeaways from Reuters' latest investigation of U.S. judicial misconduct

14 Jul 2020

An Arkansas judge who styled himself as a “Sugar Daddy” and was accused by local women of soliciting sex in exchange for cash, drugs and bail leniency largely escaped accountability from authorities for years, a Reuters investigation found.

How Reuters examined misconduct by state and local judges across America

14 Jul 2020

To track misconduct by state, county and local judges from all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, Reuters examined thousands of investigative files and reports for a dozen years – from 2008 through 2019.

How Reuters examined misconduct by state and local judges across America

09 Jul 2020

To track misconduct by state, county and local judges from all 50 U.S. states and the District of Columbia, Reuters examined thousands of investigative files and reports for a dozen years – from 2008 through 2019.

Teflon Robe: 6 takeaways from Reuters' investigation of misconduct by U.S. judges

09 Jul 2020

Secretly disciplining judges is so common in America that in 3,613 cases from 2008 through 2018, states punished judges privately – withholding from the public details of their offenses, including the identities of the judges themselves, a Reuters investigation found.

Special Report: With 'judges judging judges,' rogues on the bench have little to fear

09 Jul 2020

BARTLESVILLE, Oklahoma District Court Judge Curtis DeLapp was renowned for his hair-trigger temper. Mispronounce his name, come to court a few seconds late, fail to rise as quickly as he’d like – no slight was too small to set him off.

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