Judge Mojo

Judge Mojo

by Thomas F. Liotti

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Judge Mojo by Thomas F. Liotti

Chilling and gripping, Judge Mojo tells the incredible true story of a mentally unstable judge who became obsessed with destroying Thomas F. Liotti, a high-profile criminal defense attorney. Liotti relates how Judge B. Marc Mogil suffered from bipolar disorder but refused to take his medication and started referring to himself as Judge Mojo. What began as a simple dispute between the two men soon turned into a full-fledged obsession on the part of Judge Mogil. He threatened Liotti’s life and that of his family, stalking him over the Internet and through bar associations until Liotti’s life resembled a walking nightmare.

As Judge Mogil’s illness remained untreated, his outrageous claims of being a concert pianist and of the ability to fly F-14 fighter jets continued. But it wasn’t until he was removed from the bench and disbarred that the damage of his rule became apparent. Liotti objectively shows how the judicial system failed to remove Mogil from his position in the midst of several allegations against him, creating misery for attorneys and clients and pessimism for the system itself.

Through an intriguing mix of legal history, personal insight, and hard facts, Liotti chronicles his bizarre saga and speaks to the abusive power of one judge’s corruption.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780595429332
Publisher: iUniverse, Incorporated
Publication date: 02/11/2008
Pages: 368
Product dimensions: 5.98(w) x 9.02(h) x 0.82(d)

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Judge Mojo 3.3 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Just when you think you've heard it all, along comes a story so strange its hard to belive it actually happened. Unfortunately, it did. A compelling and riverting read for anyone interested in the law and/or the inner-workings of the court system.
Guest More than 1 year ago
As a Police Officer and an attorney, I've had the opportunity to observe the author from a variety of perspectives. Whatever his position, Mr. Liotti is never dull. He is truly a colorful albeit controversial member of the NY bar.I expect this book will cause quite a stir in the legal community.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Thank you for protecting our county from Bin Laden who attacked us on 911 and distorted lives of thousands of American in one day and that too in couple of minutes, but what about Judicial Terrorism, Judicial Terrorism is destroying millions of families and houses and families every year. Parents are becoming homeless, kids don't have enough to eat nor do they have good standard of living, education and medical facilities. Both the Parents (Mother and Father) are the first teacher of any kid but with such a high divorce rate in America one of the teachers has to move out of the house and other has to work hard to run the house. Under such unfavorable conditions kids have to grow. When both the parents have so much bitterness and have leant the worst lesson of their lives and when both of them are victim Judicial Terrorism nether parent can be a good teacher. If this Judicial Terrorism continues do you think that we will be able to produce Engineers and Doctors like India and China? India and China are able to produce so many Doctors and Engineers every year because they have lowest rate of Divorces. County like China and India has changed their Family law 2 years back to protect marriages and families. It's high time that we change our Family Law if we have to compete with India and China. "The Billion Dollar Family Law Industries is costing America and American Citizens Trillions of Dollars to reform our current Education System ."
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have worked extensively over the years, with the author and find him to be an arrogant blo heart who likes to hear himself rant. He is a person that only wants to make a name for himself. Some of us who know many of the characters in this book know that most of this story is inaccurate.
Guest More than 1 year ago
This was one of the most truthful story a person can read on our court system. We need to know the kind of person who is picked to be in judge of us. Many of us don't know, that a lot of Judges that sit in judge of us need to be chosen in a more professional way. It looks like one that was chosen to judge should have been choosen for a jacket not a robe.
Guest More than 1 year ago
A learned man with experience beyond belief. Well worth reading.