Bexar County court at regulation judge stripped of cases just after problems raised about docket administration

SAN ANTONIO – Additional than 1,000 situations presided on by Bexar County Court at Legislation No. 2 Choose Grace Uzomba are now being distributed to other county court docket at regulation judges right after issues had been elevated about management of her legal courtroom docket.

Bexar County Administrative Judge John Longoria despatched a letter to those judges Thursday early morning about the redistribution of instances from County Court docket at Law No. 2.

In the letter, Longoria states there experienced been a number of concerns raised about the method Uzomba is handling her criminal courtroom docket.

Some of the worries are working with absence of consideration to pretrial violation studies, probation matters, spouse and children violence conditions, and other misdemeanor conditions, which includes around 1,700 circumstances without the need of existing configurations.

Uzomba was elected into business office in 2018 but lately misplaced the primary election in March.

In the letter to other county judges, Longoria requested all 177 pending relatives violence cases to be distributed between four other county courts, the shut to 1,700 instances be dispersed similarly among 10 other county courts and he also ordered County Court at Legislation No. 2 be taken off the arraignment rotation for criminal courts as before long as doable.


KSAT 12 arrived at out to Uzomba at her office environment Thursday for comment but she was not there.

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