In 2019, Aimee was sued by the Anthem Community Council for violating HOA rules. What should have been a straightforward case about whether there were any violations was instead a perfect illustration of the brand of "justice" being offered to residents of the North Valley.
Appealing a bad decision in justice court is expensive and risky. Aimee was lucky because the list of Judge Williams' mistakes was long and egregious. In cases that rely less on documentary evidence--like those involving traffic offenses or misdemeanors--a successful appeal is unlikely. Especially in these types of cases, you need a judge who will be fair and open to evidence from both sides. The voters in the North Valley must demand fairness from their justice of the peace and not hope for it on appeal.