Publicity stunt of naming Judge David H. McCormick The Judge of The
The 2018 Annual Meeting of the Arkansas Association of Defense Counsel was held at the DoubleTree Hotel in Ft. Smith July 27 – July 28. The Association named David H. McCormick, 15th Circuit, Division 2, Judge of the Year.
The association is a small group of attorneys, primarily from Little Rock. The membership for 2018 is very small and does not represent the vast majority of Arkansas Attorneys. The president of the association is, Bryan Burns, OK Foods 4601 North 6th Street Ft. Smith, Arkansas 72904.
Anyone can have some friends over for a party and together decide to form an association. The AADC’s credibility has been tarnished with the publicity stunt of naming Judge David H. McCormick of the Arkansas 15th Circuit Court Division 2 as their idea of The Judge of The Year.
The award was given in recognition of “excellence and integrity, and his commitment to the impartial administration of justice. The assiciation president, Bryan Burns, stated that the award was well deserved.
Thomas Hudson, Founder of the Veterans March Network stated, “Veterans from all across the country are very much aware of Judge David H. McCormick. His judicial misconduct and treatment of veteran is dispicable. What he is doing in association with Jack M. Skinner and Cassaundra Holmes, to a 88 year old Korean Veteran is noting short of tyranny. Veterans will never support a judge like that nor any small association that undermines the importance of veterans.”
Hudson went on to state, “I encourage everyone to become educated with the Fred Potter case by visiting JusticeforFredPotter.com and learn about Judge David H. McCormick. Giving an award to recognize this judge’s commitment to the impartial administration of justice is a mockery to veterans, senior citizens, and to the rule of law.”
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