Welcome to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, the independent Texas state agency responsible for investigating allegations of judicial misconduct and judicial disability.
Notice of Public Hearing
Pursuant to Section 33.0055 of the Texas Government Code, and in accordance with relevant Executive Order(s) of Governor Greg Abbott, Emergency Order(s) from the Texas Supreme Court, and guidance from the Office of Court Administration regarding the COVID-19 pandemic, the State Commission on Judicial Conduct will be conducting its biennial Public Hearing on Monday, October 5, 2020, at 9:00 a.m., virtually, via Zoom, "to consider comments from the public regarding the commission’s mission and operations." Per the statute, "The comments are to be considered in a manner which does not compromise the confidentiality of matters considered by the commission."
For additional information, please contact us at (512) 463-5533.
To Speak at the Meeting
After registering, you'll receive an confirmation email containing information for joining the meeting. The deadline for registration is October 4, 2020 at 11:59 p.m.
Testimony will be limited to 3 minutes per witness; however, written submissions will also be accepted in addition to or in lieu of oral testimony. Any statements for consideration can be mailed to the State Commission on Judicial Conduct, P.O. Box 12265, Austin, Texas 78711.
To Watch the Meeting Live
Visit our YouTube channel to view the live stream of the meeting.
If you are filing a complaint about more than one judge, please use a separate form for each judge.
The Commission may issue a public statement concerning any proceeding when it determines that the best interests of a judge or of the public will be served by issuing the statement.
The following are public sanctions which were issued by the Commission. The public records for these cases are available for inspection at the Commission's offices located at 300 W. 15th Street, Suite 145, Austin, Texas.
Public Admonition and Order of Additional Education
Public Admonition - On Appeal to Special Court of Review