Plowman Appointed to State Judicial Review Panel

The House of Delegates approved the appointment of  Loudoun Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Plowman to the state Judicial Inquiry and Review Commission.

Commonwealth's Attorney Jim Plowman
Commonwealth’s Attorney Jim Plowman

The Constitutionally authorized panel includes three judges, two lawyers and two non-lawyers. It investigates allegation of misconduct or serious mental or physical disability against the commonwealth’s judges.

Plowman was appointed to a four-year term on a 91-0 votes on the House floor.

One thought on “Plowman Appointed to State Judicial Review Panel

  • 2016-03-09 at 11:25 pm

    Is this a joke?

    1. Plowman currently has a federal civil rights claim against him in federal court for…. censoring proof on his official LCA website regarding fraud/perjury by LCPS attorneys. And he is supposed to investigate misconduct? Are you kidding me?

    2. Plowman got Judge Irby to appoint special prosecutors to investigate frivolous claims against Sheriff Chapman and BOS Chairman Scott York about 2 months prior to an election. I’m not accusing Irby of being in on the attempt to impugn the reputation of Plowman’s political opponents before an election, but are we seriously suggesting Plowman can honestly investigate misconduct when he is perpetrating such misconduct himself?

    3. Finally, I asked Plowman to just investigate obvious conflict of interest violations by LCSB Chairman Hornberger. He refused to even review the documents. This is the person that was elected 91-0 to sit on this board? Is this 1984?

    See the virginiasgp Facebook page for the info on the civil rights charge against Plowman. Let’s just say that federal judges don’t cover up corruption for local politicians. Plowman is in for a rude awakening in the US District Court for the Eastern District of Virginia.

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