Tuesday, April 20, 2021

Former Racine County Circuit Court Judge Michael Piontek given DEJ (Deferred Entry Judgment) for illegal hunting practices (poaching)

From Racine County Corruption:

 Former Racine County Circuit Court 

Judge Michael Piontek given DEJ

 (Deferred Entry Judgment)

 for illegal hunting practices (poaching)

                                                                    Michael Piontek

An Ashland County judge gave former Racine County                    judge Michael Piontek a deferred entry judgement concerning charges of baiting and poaching of wildlife.

Michael Piontek was charged with numerous wildlife offenses between the dates of April 24 and April 27, 2020 as follows.

Piontek was charged with four offenses concerning wildlife offenses in 2020.
Piontek was found guilty of one out of four charges, a civil forfieture and was assesed a fine.

Below is the Public WCCA record entry of his criminal charge. 

Ct orders- Def will enter into a DEJ for 8 months, if the def successfully completes the DEJ the case will be dismissed, if he does not the case will come back in for sentencing. Deferred prosecution agreement hearing scheduled for December 10, 2021 at 01:00 pm.

Here is a great article written by Bruce Vielmetti of the Milwaukee Journal/Sentinal detailing the court's events.


From: http://racinecountycorruption.blogspot.com/2021/04/former-racine-county-circuit-court.html


TSE said...

Piontek is a Good Boy and was framed - just like Rich Chiapete, Tim Zarzecki and John Dickert. You should be sued for libel for publishing this trash!

Anonymous said...

OK go ahead and sue

TSE said...

It's way past time to see Piontek, Chiapete, Zarzecki, Dickert, Mason, Petak, Delagrave, DeGroot, Vos and Walker in cuffs and headed to prison for their crimes!


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George Floyd's brother Philonise Floyd wipes his eyes during a news conference, Tuesday, April 20, 2021, in Minneapolis, after the verdict was read in the trial of former Minneapolis Police officer...

MINNEAPOLIS (AP) — Former Minneapolis Officer Derek Chauvin was convicted Tuesday of murder and manslaughter for pinning George Floyd to the pavement with his knee on the Black man’s neck in a case that triggered worldwide protests, violence and a furious reexamination of racism and policing in the U.S.

Chauvin, 45, was immediately led away with his hands cuffed behind his back and could be sent to prison for decades.

The verdict — guilty as charged on all counts, in a relatively swift, across-the-board victory for Floyd’s supporters — set off jubilation mixed with sorrow across the city and around the nation. Hundreds of people poured into the streets of Minneapolis, some running through traffic with banners. Drivers blared their horns in celebration.

“Today, we are able to breathe again,” Floyd’s younger brother Philonise said at a joyous family news conference where tears streamed down his face as he likened Floyd to the 1955 Mississippi lynching victim Emmett Till, except that this time there were cameras around to show the world what happened.

Demand they let the People of Racine County breathe!