MONTGOMERY COUNTY, Kan. (AP) – A Kansas judge has acknowledged during a disciplinary hearing that he frequently cursed in his conversations with employees and attorneys and was sometimes unprofessional in his conduct.
But District Judge F. William Cullins of Montgomery County in southeast Kansas testified Thursday that he didn’t abuse court staff or direct vulgar and sexist terms at female workers.
Cullins is facing three complaints that accuse him of violating judicial ethics and was the last witness to testify during four days of hearings before state Commission on Judicial Conduct panel.
He apologized for his behavior but his attorneys contend it didn’t prevent him from being impartial.
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