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Corrupt Judge Kathryn A. George

MICHIGAN MACOMB COUNTY JUDGE KATHRYN A GEORGE

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Why is Probate Judge Kathryn George Still On the Bench Chief Justice Bridget McCormack?

Kathryn A. George is a judge for the Macomb County Probate Court in Macomb County, Michigan, and serves the 16th Circuit Court, Family Division. George was elected to the court in the November 2002 general election. On November 4, 2014, George was re-elected unopposed for another six-year term commencing on January 1, 2015, and expiring on December 31, 2020.
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Judge Kathryn A. George, was elected to the Macomb County Probate Court in November of 2002 in a countywide non-partisan election. Prior to this election, Judge Kathryn A. George served briefly on the Sterling Heights City Council as councilwoman and mayor pro tem (1999-2002).

In 1989, as a practicing attorney, Judge Kathryn A. George was appointed by the Governor to the Michigan Worker’s Compensation Appeal Board; she served in a quasi-judicial capacity. Prior to becoming a practicing attorney, Judge Kathryn A. George was a critical care nurse at hospitals in California, Michigan and the U.S Embassy in Kuwait.

Judge Kathryn A. George attended St. Clement in Center Line and Warren Woods High School in Warren, Michigan. She has resided in Sterling Heights for over twenty years, and in Michigan almost her entire life.

While practicing as an attorney, Judge Kathryn A. George was honored by the Macomb County Bar Association for arranging a partnership between the City of Sterling Heights and the Macomb County Bar Association to create the award winning cable television program “Legally Speaking”, which educates citizens about legal matters.

In 2007, Judge Kathryn A. George was inducted into the Macomb County Hall of Fame for her dedication, service and outstanding contributions to Macomb County and it’s citizens. She has also received other awards from both the Macomb County Bar Association and Macomb County Probate Bar Association for her contributions to our community.

In 2005, Judge Kathryn A. George was honored by the Army National Guard for her support of soldiers in the Michigan National Guard and their families.

The Michigan Attorney General’s Office is investigating a Macomb County probate judge amid allegations she improperly appointed a guardian firm to handle the care of an elderly couple.

The probe isn’t the first time Judge Kathryn George has been investigated by the state for allegedly circumventing the rules governing how probate judges must appoint guardians or conservators.

In 2008, the Michigan Supreme Court removed George as Macomb County’s chief probate judge in the wake of a state-commissioned audit that found “flagrant violations of both law and practice” and “outrageous conduct committed against the individuals that need protection the most” in conservator appointments by George.

Friday’s state investigation was revealed in a joint statement by Michigan Supreme Court Chief Justice Bridget M. McCormack and Macomb Circuit and Probate Court Chief Judge James M. Biernat Jr.

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Last Updated on 01/17/2022 by AS

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