By Las Vegas Tribune Staff
County is accepting applications for the seat vacated by Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson who resigned her elected position as Justice of the
Peace last month after battling unjustifiable attacks from Clark County District Attorney Steve Wolfson, Clark County Sheriff Joe Lombardo, and members of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department’s infamous Vice Unit under the command of LT Karen Hughes who were involved in a corruption scandal that was an embarrassment for the department while the head of that unit was promoted to the Homicide Unit.
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline, through its General Counsel and Executive Director, Paul C. Deyhle, Nevada Bar Number 6954, most likely following orders from the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department, Sheriff Joe Lombardo and its Vice Unit, has subpoenaed Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson’s daughter to testify against her own mother.
Judge Andress-Tobiasson was elected to the bench; the citizens of Clark County elected her to that position and not the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline, or its Executive Director, Paul C. Deyhle, District Attorney Steve Wolfson, or Sheriff Joe Lombardo, and none of them should have forced her to resign. If they wanted her out of office they could have recalled her, but not necessarily fired her; what they did by forcing her to resign was technically the same thing their co-conspirator, former District Attorney David Roger, did with former County Recorder, Fran Dean, a few years back.
The county press release stated that those looking to apply for Judge Tobiasson’s position “must have five years’ experience as an attorney and submit their applications at the county manager’s office at 500 South Grand Central Parkway” or online at ClarkCountyNV.gov by 5:30 p.m., June 24.
The Las Vegas Tribune also believes that those applying for the position must be capable to bow to District Attorney Steve Wolfson, obey Sheriff Joe Lombardo, and follow orders from the Vice Unit of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and its puppets, Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline and its Executive Director, Paul C. Deyhle.
The people of Clark County and Las Vegas, especially these who vote legally, should write letters to the Governor, the County Commissioners and any other elected official that could or might someday be in the same position that Judge Melanie Andress-Tobiasson is in, having been cornered by District Attorney Steve Wolfson, Sheriff Joe Lombardo, the Vice Unit of the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department and Thomas C. Bradley and the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline.
In this community you do not have to be guilty for those in power, like the District Attorney or the Sheriff, the two most powerful positions, the two positions that most people are afraid of, including the members of the media that are controlled by these two governmental institutions and those elected to those two positions, to make you guilty.