Napa County judge caught taking card-holders agrees to resign

By By Bob Egelko A Napa County judge who took a couple of business card holders from the San Francisco City Club during a dinner last year has agreed to resign from the bench, the state’s judicial disciplinary agency said Monday.

Superior Court Judge Michael Williams will take leave on Oct. 19 and formally resign on Dec. 5, said the Commission on Judicial Performance.

The commission issued a censure of Williams for conduct that “undermines public confidence in the integrity of the judiciary” and said he has agreed not to seek judicial office in the future.

Williams, 70, a former machinist and Peace Corps volunteer, went [READ MORE HERE]

Source: SF Gate

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