Judge who sued dry cleaner moves closer to losing job
We knew this would happen, but for the record:
The D.C. judge who sued his dry cleaners for $54 million over a pair of pants may want to begin looking for a new job.
A city commission has voted to formally notify Administrative Law Judge Roy Pearson that he may not be reappointed to the bench, according to a government source.
Pearson has 15 days to file a rebuttal, and can argue his case in person come September. His timing couldn't have been worse: his introductory two-year term expires this year, and he has been lobbying for appointment to a full 10-year term.
Oh, well. I'll save my sympathy for those who deserve it, like the dry cleaners he tormented for two years.
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