Email to Wake DA Colon Willoughby (10/1/12):
Wake District Court Judge Jacqueline Brewer, a democrat appointed by ex Governor and convicted felon Easley, is running for re-election with no incumbent, and unless you take action, she will enjoy another four years of $109,000 per year of tax payer money for obstructing justice for hundreds of misdemeanor defendants, as she is still oblivious or deliberately ignorant to the fact that probable cause hearings must precede jury trials, and sentencing hearings occur AFTER probable cause hearings and ONLY if there was probable cause.
Brewer’s orders of judgment without probable cause and seizure of licenses and charging illegal fines constitutes Class B, F, H and I felonies per North Carolina General Statutes and United States Code.
Per G.S. 7A-140 Page 1 Article 14. District Judges.
§ 7A-140. Number; election; term; qualification; oath.
Each district judge shall be elected by the qualified voters of the district court district in which he or she is to serve at the time of the election for members of the General Assembly. (The NC State Bar is legally required to recommend a contender to allow qualified voters to have a choice of judges. Brewer cannot legally be given the position by Willoughby or the NC State Bar).
Brewer’s felonies while acting under color of law in the Wake Court:
§ 14-100. Obtaining property by false pretenses.
(a) If any person shall knowingly and designedly by means of any kind of false pretense whatsoever, whether the false pretense is of a past or subsisting fact or of a future fulfillment or event, obtain or attempt to obtain from any person within this State any money, goods, property, services, chose in action, or other thing of value with intent to cheat or defraud any person of such money, goods, property, services, chose in action or other thing of value, such person shall be guilty of a felony.
§ 14‑118.4.� Extortion.
Any person who threatens or communicates a threat or threats to another with the intention thereby wrongfully to obtain anything of value or any acquittance, advantage, or immunity is guilty of extortion and such person shall be punished as a Class F felon.
- § 14-118.1. Unlawful simulation of court process in connection with collection of claim, demand or account.