Listen to the IRS state: “Wherever we can, we follow the law”. How about follow the law period? Don’t the courts require that everyone follow the law? Or is that now an acceptable answer for taxpayers.
In Judge Tyrie Boyer’s Courtroom, agreements are optional. They are more guidelines than something that is to be followed. Unless of course, they involve paying money to a woman.
In the opinion of the court.com staff, Judge Tyrie Boyer is one of the worst judges in the State.
Judge Tyrie Boyer is such a poor Judge that he thinks that behavior from one parent to the other like this is acceptable: What kind of Family law judge thinks it is acceptable for one parent to involve their children in legal matters? A bad judge like Tyrie Boyer.
What kind of Judge asks if you have to agree to pay for something and then says well, in his experience when they want something, then children will come around? A bad Judge like Tyrie Boyer:
JUDGE TYRIE BOYER: Is there anything in any — I haven’t read — or I certainly haven’t read more than once — anything that’s going to require the father in the future to purchase a car for these children who are going to want a car in a year or two?
JUDGE TYRIE BOYER: Is there anything that requires the father to pay for college in the future?
JUDGE TYRIE BOYER: Is there anything that requires the father to pay for weddings in the future?
JUDGE TYRIE BOYER: I think these children are probably going to want all of those things, and they may reassess a lot of things based on that. I’m not suggesting that everything needs to center around money, but a lot of these things that are terribly hurtful aren’t nearly as hurtful as not having a car and having — you know, I saw one child psychologist one time say, The way you control your children is take away the keys to the car. But I’m just talking now. See, sometimes I’m just talking like a person and a father and a judge, but not — it’s only when I say I’m finding things that I — but I tell you, that’s going to be something that in two years is going to — you’re going to have these children saying, Well, where’s my car? And it’s going to happen.
In Judge Boyer’s courtroom, money rules, and kids can go for years without speaking to a parent, and Judge Tyrie Boyer will just let money be the remedy. Judge Boyer’s remedy is that just give it another 2 years – what is 5 or 6 years of a kid’s life after all? – to let money remedy it.
Unless of course the other parent buys the child a car. Oops. Judge Boyer didn’t think of that? Tyrie Boyer is one of the dimmest bulbs on the court’s tree so it is not surprising he would miss something that obvious.
What kind of Judge shows up to a hearing without having read the materials? Remarks about his unpreparedness? Then laughs about it? A bad Judge like Tyrie Boyer of Duval County, Florida.
Bad Judges are left in office because people are not informed about the power they have and the way they abuse it. About Judge Tyrie Boyer one could say, his intellectual preparedness is rivaled only by rocks in the garden.
Judge of the Millennium Wade McCree has a special place in the hearts of ATL’s writers. The former Wayne County circuit judge had a penchant for disrobing for shirtless selfies and sex in his chambers, and was consequently disrobed by the Michigan Supreme Court.