Private Warning and Order of Additional Education of a District Court Judge
The judge commented publicly about a matter pending in her court in a manner which could suggest to a reasonable person her probable decision regarding such matter, and engaged in social media activities that cast reasonable doubt on her capacity to act impartially as a judge and interfered with the proper performance of her judicial duties. [Violations of Canons 3B(10), 4A(1) and 4A(2) of the Texas Code of Judicial Conduct, and Article V, Section 1-a(6)A of the Texas Constitution.] Private Warning and Order of Additional Education of a District Court Judge. (3/25/21).