• Petitioned Aransas County Court

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Aransas County Court

Fire Judge William Adams

    1. Emily Sears
    2. Petition by

      Emily Sears

      Stockton, CA

As a Family Law Lawyer he is suppose to uphold the law, not abuse it! This case has just been revealed and so far all that's been done is just an investigation by local police to see if charges will be filed! This story is beyond disturbing. As I read about the story and also saw the Youtube video of the belt beating of his 16 year old daughter, who has cerebral palsy, back in 2004. It's very sickening to know that for the last 7 years he's been making judgements on cases he, himself, is guilty of! We also need to encourage that local law enforcement not only prosecute him but also his wife who appears in the video as well! The video is very chilling. Please help me get this despicable human being and his wife behind bars where they both belong! Here's the link to the Youtube video so you can see for your own eyes! Please sign and share!! Thank you! http://youtu.be/Wl9y3SIPt7o

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    Reasons for signing

    • Crystal Lore PORT ST LUCIE, FL
      • almost 3 years ago

      Because the memory of having to experience this video will never be removed from mind. I hope he burns in hell...

    • Cathy Bliss MEDFORD, OR
      • almost 3 years ago

      As a judge paid to uphold the law, he should be held to a higher standard (i.e. not breaking it!!).

    • Linda Bastida PLANO, TX
      • almost 3 years ago

      The children that were forced to stay in abusive homes due to his rulings should file a class action law suit. He needs to be removed from society in all roles - judge, "father", and citizen.

    • Julie Jackson LITTLE ROCK, AR
      • almost 3 years ago

      Just disgusting!!!

    • Tonia Santiago WHITE SULPHUR SPRINGS, WV
      • almost 3 years ago

      He is supposed to defend for kids that get beaten not join the parents that are dumb enough to beat there children.


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