The Indiana Supreme Court Tuesday afternoon paid suspension since Jan. 9 pending final discipline.
A panel of special masters found that the Judicial Qualifications Commission proved more than 80 rule violations by Brown on 46 of 47 charges. She was accused of wrongful detention of at least nine criminal defendants, failing to properly oversee her court, improperly supervising trials, failing to act on Indiana Court of Appeals orders, showing hostility toward parties who came before her, and retaliating against court staff who complained.
Justice Robert Rucker concurred in part, agreeing that Brown should be removed, but not immediately.
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