“Brennan treated me horribly in the courtroom,” the Livingston County woman testified during a town hall-style meeting at the Historic Livingston County Courthouse. “She laughed at me when I was having an anxiety attack.”
Her attorney was “petrified” of Brennan, who allowed her “ex” to speak in the courtroom but told her to “shut up,” she said.
Numerous other speakers described similar problems with Brennan during the 2½-hour meeting, which was organized by state Sen. Joe Hune, R-Fowlerville, and state Reps. Lana Theis, R-Brighton, and Hank Vaupel, R-Fowlerville.
The lawmakers said they wanted to give the public a chance to relate their experiences with Brennan while long-running inquiries of the judge by the Judicial Tenure Commission and the Michigan State Police drag on.
HOWELL – Vickie Sherrill stood before a trio of lawmakers on … of the judge by the Judicial Tenure Commission and the Michigan State Police …
HOWELL, Mich. (WXYZ) – Local state lawmakers in Livingston County held a town hall for people to speak out against Judge Theresa Brennan.
WHMI-Sep 11, 2018
A town hall meeting Wednesday in Howell will solicit feedback about … system and, in particular, embattled 53rd District Court Judge Theresa Brennan. … against Brennan filed by the Michigan Judicial Tenure Commission.
Livingston Daily-Sep 5, 2018
… County Court House, located at 200 E. Grand River Road, Howell in the top … “They don’t like that she is still called “Honorable Judge Brennan. … contact Hune at (855)-JOE-HUNE or at SenJHune@senate.michigan.gov or …
Town Hall Planned At Historic Courthouse On Actions Of Judge Brennan
WHMI-Sep 5, 2018
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