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Judge George Perez of St. Paul, MN; congenital liar, lifetime porker


The state of Minnesota presented George Perez with a law license in 1987 after he graduated from the University of Wisconsin Law School.
For the vast majority of the past 26 years since he obtained his law license, George has had his significant snout firmly implanted in the public trough, with stints as a tax attorney for the IRS and a law clerk.
In 1997, former Gov. Arne Carlson was duped into appointing George as a judge on the Minnesota Tax Court. George wasn’t appointed because he was the most qualified attorney in the Minneapolis/St. Paul area. He was appointed because he had proven to be a reliable lackey for the local political hacks.
The Minnesota Board on Judicial Standards found George guilty of the following misconduct.
Minnesota law required George to render decisions in disposing of cases within 90 days. George knowingly violated the law on at least eleven (11) occasions when he failed to dispose of cases within the statutory limit of 90 days.
Under Minnesota law, George was required to file an affidavit attesting that he did not have any cases pending for more than 90 days in order to receive his paycheck. Put simply, if George’s affidavits were truthful, he wouldn’t have got paid.
Furthermore, in order to conceal his misconduct, George falsified court records by drafting decisions and orders that falsely reflected the date on which the matters were submitted for his. decision
Examples of George submitting false certifications
The following table shows a few examples of cases that George filed false certifications that he did not have any cases pending for more than 90 days.
Date decision
Date decision
Actually filed
Number of pay
Periods falsely
Dynamic Digital
33 pay periods
25 pay periods
Berends, et al.
19 pay periods
16 pay periods
Pep Boys
15 pay periods
Continental Rogers
20 pay periods
It would appear that George may have filed as many as 100 false certifications, all of which may well constitute felony perjury under Minnesota law.
Because Judicial Misfits in Minnesota are held to a much lower standard of conduct then everyone else, George was never criminally charges for perjury, obstruction of justice and/or falsifying public records.
The Judicial Standards Board recommended that Perez receive a 9-month suspension without pay and be demoted for his egregious misconduct.
All that’s left now is to see what punishment the patron saints for Judicial Misfits sitting on the Minnesota Supreme Court metes out to George.
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