Judge Dupuy, Jailed for Contempt, Faces Competency Evaluation

, Texas Lawyer

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In a dispute that just keeps getting more unusual, suspended Galveston County jurist Christopher Dupuy has been sentenced for 45 days in jail, after a state district judge found Dupuy in contempt and also ordered Dupuy to undergo a mental competency evaluation.

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  • rybalaw

    If Judge Dupuy is correct, then he will have to be impeached rather than Quo warrantoed out of office. If Texas has a fourth special session for the purpose of presenting and trying an Impeachment against a GOP Judge, It does not bode good for the charmed life of the Texas GOP's statewide candidates. Dupuy is crazy like a fox.

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