Judges accused of 'predetermining' foreclosure cases -LVRJ


Judges accused of ‘predetermining’ foreclosure cases -LVRJ

Judges accused of ‘predetermining’ foreclosure cases -LVRJ

By Doug McMurdo
Posted: Feb. 19, 2011 | 2:06 a.m.

A lawyer accuses District Judge Donald Mosley and other judges of “predetermining” the outcome in foreclosure disputes in favor of the lenders, according to an appeal filed with the Nevada Supreme Court.

In the process, they have made a “mockery” of a program designed to rescue distressed homeowners, attorney Jacob Hafter says in court papers filed Wednesday.

A 2009 state law gives judges the authority to modify loans if lenders fail to abide by Nevada Foreclosure Mediation Program guidelines.

Hafter said Mosley — and by implication the high court — had previously discussed how Nevada courts would rule in these disputes. During a foreclosure hearing for Hafter client Carl Piazza, Mosley said he would never sanction a lender for bad faith by modifying a loan from the bench.

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3 Responses to “Judges accused of ‘predetermining’ foreclosure cases -LVRJ”

  1. Stephen says:

    Add John Meyer, Dept. 61, San Diego Superior Court to that list.

  2. Ari says:

    Isn’t it a Federal crime to obstruct or interfere with the intent of a Federal law or program?


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