Saturday, July 12, 2014

The connections between Judge Adele Grubbs, my ex-husband lawyer Bruce Ailion, his new wife Robin Adams, widow of the Magistrate Judge Ross Adams.





Black’s Law Dictionary defines:
CORRUPTION: An act done with an intent to give some advantage inconsistent with official duty and the rights of others. The act of an official or fiduciary person who unlawfully and wrongfully uses his station or character to procure some benefit for himself or for another person, contrary to duty and the rights of others.







Robin Adams is the widow of former Cobb County, Marietta Georgia Magistrate judge Ross Adams whose obituary is below.


See the February 1999 picture below of Ross Adams with Judge Adele Grubbs, representing the Cobb County delegation of the Board of Governors for the State Bar of Georgia.


 * UPDATE-  February 26, 2013- I was told by my sister- in- law Susan Ailion and now deceased brother- in -law Brian Ailion (December 2008), that Bruce Ailion married Robin Adams in 2006 however, this is not what it says on Bruce Ailion's Facebook page today, it says they were married in June 2010.  So I assume that Bruce Ailion and Robin Adams lived together since 2006 (or 2005) until they were married (I have not seen any marriage certificate) in 2010 according to Bruce Ailion's Facebook page today.

 **  NEWEST UPDATE -As of today May 14, 2013 Bruce Ailion's Facebook page just says that he is married to Robin Adams with no date.  So my youngest child resided with my ex-husband and his girlfriend in her home from the time he was ten or eleven years old until he was fifteen and his father was not married.  This is the situation my youngest son had to live in, created by Judge Adele Grubbs when she took away my custody rights.

Judge Grubbs remarried Tony Platt her first husband on February 4, 2006.  According to the Marietta Daily Journal Newspaper article below dated February 15, 2006, a Robin Adams (I do not know if this is the same Robin Adams) along with other Cobb County judges and officials attended Judge Grubbs wedding. My new judge George Kreeger (after Judge Adele Grubbs recused herself in November 2011) officiated over the wedding according to this article.  I was still incarcerated at this time and read the article in the Marietta Daily Journal newspaper in the Cobb County jail.

The Cobb County Bar Association meetings for Cobb County Law Day Award winners shown below detail Judge Adele Grubbs deceased daughter Alexis Grubbs Memorial Scholarship Awards (since 2000) and also detail Robin Adams deceased husband former Magistrate judge Ross Adams Younger Lawyer Awards (since 2001).



The first time I met Robin Adams was at the October 1, 2004 contempt hearing when she gave witness testimony against me. Look for future posts that will have more about Robin Adams testimony against me.

Judge George Kreeger retired at the end of 2012 and Judge Robert Leonard was the new judge (3rd judge) assigned to my case.  Above it is shown that Judge Robert Leonard received the Ross Adams Young Lawyer Award in 2005.

Contempt issues -4488 Doral Property Sale - Fraud Upon the Court


 

UPDATED June 21, 2015

 

The Doral Property was sold by the Arbitrator, Resolution Resources Corporation on April 30, 2003, and is contained in the Final Order (Binding Arbitration) of this court filed December 8, 2003. 
Bruce Ailion sent a Fax (below) to the court appointed Arbitrator, Raye Rawls on March 17, 2003 stating that a nearly identical house (the Doral Property) one street away sold for $600,000 with a $42,000 commission within the past 45 days.  Bruce Ailion indicated to the Arbitrator in the Fax on March 17, 2003, that the Doral Property would not legitimately appraise  for $725,000. 
Bruce Ailion states in his Fax to the Arbitrator on March 17, 2003, that the Doral Property was not worth more than $600,000 with a full real estate commission.  Relying on Mr. Ailion’s March 17, 2003 Fax, the Arbitrator sold the Doral Property for $585,000 with no real estate commission on April 30, 2003.
According to the October 1, 2004 contempt hearing transcript page 66 lines 21-25, Bruce Ailion gave testimony to Judge Adele Grubbs that he has the Doral Property listed for $749,000 in August 2002.  In fact on August 26, 2002, Remax agent and attorney Bruce Ailion had the Doral Property listed for $639,900.  Mr. Ailion then reduced the price of the listing to $615,000 when he transferred his listing to Coldwell Banker on October 8, 2002 until February 15, 2003.  The Doral Property listed for sale by Bruce Ailion's for $749.000, expired in 2001.
 
Bruce Ailion gave testimony in the October 1, 2004 hearing that the Doral Property was on the market for sale for $749,000 in 2002, when in fact from August 8, 2002 up until October 1, 2002 he had it listed for sale for $639,900.  Bruce Ailion told the Arbitrator Raye Rawls according to the Fax, on March 17, 2003, that the Doral Property was worth $600,000 with a full commission and that a $725,000 appraisal was not legitimately obtainable.  Bruce Ailion misrepresented his actual listing price of the Doral Property to Judge Adele Grubbs with a difference of $149,000. He presented the outdated, expired listing document from 2001, stating that was his listing in 2002.  This confused Judge Adele Grubbs as to the real value of the Doral Property during 2002 and 2003 and created a false judgment against Marla Wright for Bruce Ailion’s true equity share. 
 



 


 


 


Raye Rawls, the Arbitrator sold the Doral Property for $585,000 with no real estate commission on April 30, 2003. She was appointed by Judge Adele Grubbs to handle the sale of the Doral Property.  Bruce Ailion indicated to the Arbitrator on March 17, 2003, that the Doral Property would not legitimately appraise for $749,000(he is not a licensed appraiser). Bruce Ailion confused the court as to the value of his listing at the time he had the Doral Property listed.  This led the court to believe that he was due over $100,000 more in equity.  Bruce Ailion knew the Doral Property would not appraise for the $700,000 plus price (see above)..  Bruce Ailion knew the Doral Property was worth around $600,000. However, I was found guilty and ordered to pay him over $132,000 towards his equity (the difference between the sales price of $585,000 and the $749,000).  This was due to Bruce Ailion's false statements to Judge Adele Grubbs at the October 1, 2004, hearing, that he had the Doral Property listed for $749,000. when he really had it listed in 2002 for $615,000 and $635,000.









Why would any person pay over $100,000 more for a home after it had been on the market for approximately one year for $100,000 less?  Why would someone purchase a home that would never appraise for anywhere near that value? 

The Georgia Real Estate Commission (investigator Vivian Chang) investigated the fraud sale issue and found that there was nothing wrong with my involvement with the Doral Property sale.  I remained an active licensed real estate broker in Georgia up until the end of 2014 when I placed my license inactive. 

In the transcript below (October 1, 2004 hearing page 66 lines 21-25) Bruce Ailion is testifying to Judge Adele Grubbs that he has the Doral Property listed by himself for $749,000 in  August 2002.  That is not true, in fact on August 26, 2002, Remax agent and attorney Bruce Ailion had our marital home listed for sale, 4488 Doral Circle (the Doral Property) for $639,900.  Mr. Ailion then reduced the price of the listing to $615,000 when he transferred his listing to Coldwell Banker on October 8, 2002.  The Doral Property listing of Bruce Ailion's for $749.000 expired in 2001.

Mr. Ailion testified to the court that the home was on the market for sale for $749,000 in 2002, when in fact from August 8, 2002 up until October 1, 2002 he had it listed for sale for $639,900.  Bruce Ailion told the Arbitrator Raye Rawls (according to the Fax) on March 17,2003, that the Doral Property was worth $600,000 with a full commission and that a $725,000 appraisal was not legitimately obtainable.  That amount was approximately what the Arbitrator sold the house for. Bruce Ailion misrepresented his listing price of the house to Judge Adele Grubbs with a difference of $109,100. He presented the outdated, expired listing document from 2001, stating that was his listing in 2002. This created a discrepancy over the equity in the Doral Property.  

This confused Judge Adele Grubbs as to the real value of the Doral Property.

 

Original Post
 
I was jailed for almost 18 months for contempt over an alleged fraudulent house sale that was sold in compliance with the official court ordered (by Judge Adele Grubbs of Cobb Superior Court) Final Binding arbitration process. The final Order of Binding Arbitration in my divorce was filed December 8, 2003. I was also jailed for back child support when evidence and testimony was presented in court at the October 1, 2004 contempt hearing, that I paid every month of my child support (see child support post).  Innocent of both contempt charges,  I have yet to understand whether the arrest was to silence or destroy me.  In the event of any arrest the GBI or FBI should receive records of any arrest.  Cobb County Superior Court did not follow the proper procedures because there is no record of my arrest at the GBI or the FBI.  The following posts will elaborate on this further.


Below is a copy of the contempt Order filed October 19, 2004  with regard to the Doral Property,  the marital residence.   Judge Adele Grubbs ordered my arrest and ordered me to pay my former husband $132,500 that he had claimed was his equity in the home.


The October 19, 2004 contempt Order above makes several allegations:

1.  It states that the Doral Property was sold to a friend of Marla Ailion Wright's husband.

This is not true.  Bruce Reich and Albert Wright were business men who made investments.  They were not friends.  I was not married to Albert Wright in 2003 when the house was sold. We married on June 26, 2004.

2.  It states the Doral Property was sold for an amount grossly below market value.

 Bruce Ailion, a licensed real estate broker, and a real estate attorney, was co-owner of the marital property.  He manipulated the fair market value used by the courts, by listing the property himself through his own property listing at Remax and with Coldwell Banker.  As a Remax real estate agent, Bruce listed the Doral Property for $639,900 and then listed it with Coldwell Banker for $615,000 (with a 6% real estate commision).  After the Doral Property had been listed by Bruce Ailion for these two different amounts over the course of eleven months,  it was sold after the listings expired by the court appointed arbitrator for $585,000.  There was no real estate commission paid when the arbitrator sold the Doral Property.

3.  It states the purchaser paid Albert Eddie Wright at least $136,000 above the purchase price.

This is untrue.  Albert Eddie Wright made an investment of $130,000  on a group of investment properties owned by Bruce Reich.  The investment shored up the difference of the equity Bruce Reich had available (on properties he owned for many years in Cobb County and Hawaii)  to place second mortgages on the group of properties and was never a reflection of the fair market value of a single property.  While Reich became aware of the availability of the Doral Property at a local roller skating rink, through me, he was referred to the Arbitrator, Raye Rawls.  There was not an inappropriate business transaction.  This was later verified by both the Securities Exchange Commission and the Georgia Real Estate Commission, even though Bruce Ailion made professional complaints against Reich and me.

Eleven months after the Doral Property sale Albert Eddie Wright received $136,718.45 from Bruce Reich.  The amount reflects his initial investment of $130,000 plus a approximate 5.75 %  return on his investment from Bruce Reich eleven months later. There was never any amount paid to Albert Wright by Bruce Reich with regards to the sale of the Doral Property. The only profit Albert Wright received was $6,718.45, the 5.75% return that he paid taxes on in accordance with U S tax laws.

Checks paid to Bruce Reich by Albert Eddie Wright - April 2003

Check paid to Albert Eddie Wright by Bruce Reich - March  19, 2004


4.  It states the loans against the current Bruce Reich loans are currently $330,000 more than the house sold for.

To my knowledge I have seen no records nor evidence that justifies this statement.  I do know that Bruce Reich made substantial renovations and improvements to the Doral Property after he purchased it.

5.  It states that Marla Ailion Wright perpetrated a fraud upon Bruce Ailion and the court over the Doral Property sale.

This is untrue.  There was no fraud on the part of Marla Ailion Wright. contrary to what this court attempted to allege.  The Georgia Real Estate Commission investigated and found I committed no fraud over the Doral Property sale.  Click here to see that my real estate brokers license is still active today with no disciplinary history on file. Click on Bruce Ailion to see his disciplinary history on file at the Georgia Real Estate Commission website.

6.  It states that Marla Ailion Wright owes Bruce Ailion $132,500 for his true equity in the home.

When the arbitrator sold the Doral Property for $585,00 the loans against the house were approximately $525,000 had to be satisfied leaving a balance of approximately $60,000, less closing costs, taxes and deposits, which gave both Bruce and myself roughly $24,000 according to the arbitration final Order.

7.  It states that Marla Ailion Wright had the ability to pay the $132,500.

This is not true.  I never had the ability to pay the $132,500 and had filed a chapter 7 bankruptcy that was discharged in January 2004.


According to the October 1, 2004 contempt of court hearing transcript below (referred to as the “Transcript”), Bruce Ailion, repeatedly gave false and misleading statements/evidence to the court about material issues regarding the alleged fraudulent Doral Property Sale.



Documents below will prove that my former husband, Bruce Ailion, had access to information and made inaccurate statements regarding the Doral Property sale. I believe his misuse of the information was intentional with the dual purpose of misinforming the court and incriminating  me. Mr. Ailion attempted to defraud me by misleading and confusing the court.


There are repetitive patterns, rather than one isolated instance where Bruce Ailion misused information.  Mr. Ailion fraudulently misrepresented information he was required to disclose regarding the sale and transfer of 4488 Doral Circle (the marital property referred to as the “Doral Property”).  

According to the Transcript below, on page 66, lines 21-25, Bruce stated "this is a multiple listing agreement, or a multiple listing record produced by Marla on -- or with Marla's  user id on August 26, 2002, indicating at that time the property was listed at seven hundred forty nine thousand.  And it was listed by me at that time."

This was not true.

Mr. Ailion, a real estate broker and attorney, presented an expired document and mislead the court. This Multiple Listing document ( P-9) had expired on December 31, 2001, and was not active on August 26, 2002.  He gave sworn testimony during the hearing that this was an active listing and that he had the Doral Property listed for sale for $749,000 on August 26, 2002 




This is Exhibit P-9



In fact on August 26, 2002, Remax agent and attorney Bruce Ailion had our marital home listed for sale, 4488 Doral Circle (the Doral Property) for $639,900.  Mr. Ailion testified to the court that the home was on the market for sale for $749,000 when in fact from August 8, 2002 up until October 1, 2002 he had it listed for sale for $639,900.  Bruce Ailion misrepresented the listing price of the house to the court with a difference of $109,100. He also implied that I had provided the document for the court when in fact, he presented the outdated, expired document creating a discrepancy over the equity in the Doral Property.  This confused the court as to the real value of the Doral Property.

This is the active listing below showing that Bruce Ailion, the Remax real estate listing agent had the Doral Property listed for $639,900 on August 8, 2002.
On the Addendum To FMLS (First Mutiple Listing Service) Listing Contract below, Bruce Ailion lowered the price of the Doral Property from $639,900 to $615,000.  This document shows that on October 1, 2002 he transferred the listing to Coldwell Banker.   This action was due to the upcoming ordered Arbitration hearing and Coldwell Banker had the listing from October 1, 2002, until February 15, 2003

Below on Transcript page 54, lines 5-11, Bruce Ailion falsely stated that the purchaser, Bruce Reich and I (Marla), had him terminate the listing with the current listing agent (Coldwell Banker).

This is not true.

The listing agreement with Coldwell Banker expired on February 15, 2003. The Purchase and Sale Agreement (below) for the sale of 4488 Doral Circle was signed February 27, 2003, twelve days after the listing agreement with Coldwell Banker expired ( February 15, 2003). Mr. Ailion signed the listing agreement with Coldwell Banker and knew the expiration date of the listing agreement.

On Transcript page 54 above, lines 21-23 (above), Bruce testified that the Doral Property’s contract had expired and that the buyer (Bruce Reich) did not close, and there was no contract at the time. 

This is not true.  

The purchaser Mr. Reich did close on April 30, 2003. The two documents below prove the contract was extended and signed by Mr. Ailion and me. On April 30, 2003 Mr. Ailion signed the Amendment To Change Closing Date below, at the closing, and the purchaser closed and purchased the Doral Property.


The document below show that on April 30, 2003, Bruce and Marla Ailion were at the closing and signed an Amendment to Change Closing/Possession Date (Amendment #1 below).  This extended the Purchase and Sale contract date so that purchaser Mr. Reich could close on that day.

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The HUD-1 Settlement Statement below shows Bruce Reich closed and purchased the Doral Property on April 30, 2003. The HUD-1 also shows all of the Seller’s proceeds went to the arbitrator Resolution Resources Corporation. The court appointed arbitrator, Resolution Resources Corporation, represented by Raye Rawls, sold the Doral Property and received all proceeds from the sale.







































The Doral Property had been listed for $639,900 by Bruce Ailion from August 2002 until October 1, 2002 and  for $615,000 by Coldwell Banker from October 1, 2002 until February 15, 2003.  The last listed sales price of $615,000 (from October 1, 2002 until February 15, 2003) included a real estate commission of 6% or $36,900 with a net of $578,100.  On April 30, 2003 Bruce Reich purchased the Doral Property from the Arbitrator Raye Rawls (Resolution Resources Corporation), for $585,000 with no real estate commission.

Bruce Ailion falsely testified in the Transcript on page 67 (below) lines 12-13, that he only received fifteen hundred dollars from the sale of Doral Property from the Arbitrator.

This is not true.

According to the Final Order below (of Binding Arbitration) filed December 8, 2003, Bruce Ailion received a net of $2,746.04 after his fees and expenses were deducted from the total amount of $24,076.04 - a $1,246.04 difference.



On page 58 of the Transcript below, lines 16-18, Bruce Ailion testified that Marla’s current husband (Albert Eddie Wright) received a hundred and thirty thousand dollars, contemporaneous* with the closing on April 30, 2003, not reflected on the HUD-1 Settlement Statement. Bruce Ailion implied that Albert Wright had criminal intentions in regards to his investment with Bruce Reich and that I colluded with him to illegally profit from the sale of the Doral Property.

This is not true

Albert Eddie Wright did not receive $130,000 at the closing.  He made an investment with Bruce Reich and did not see a return on his investment for eleven months.  The mutual investment involved multiple properties with an approximate 5.75% return approximately eleven months later.

*(Note: according to the free dictionary contemporaneous means originating, existing, or happening during the same period of time.)

Bruce Ailion's attorney David Stahl asked the question on page 62 below, lines 10-11, “Now, as a real estate broker, what would that deed tell you?"  On page 62 below of the Transcript, lines 12-14, Bruce Ailion  answered, “It would tell me that a hundred and thirty thousand dollars was to be received by Albert Eddie Wright if this deed is satisfied". 

On page 62 below lines 23-24 Bruce Ailion states "well actually a note for that, this has been subsequently satisfied in the public record".  Bruce Ailion doesn't state that the notes were satisfied approximately eleven months later according to the public record, in March 2004 and filed in April 2004.  Bruce Ailion is inconsistent with his earlier false testimony when he stated on page 58 above, lines 16-18, of the Transcript that Albert Eddie Wright received $130,000 contemporaneous with the closing.



Below is a copy of the filed Deeds to Secure Debt (or notes) that were satisfied on March 19, 2004 and filed on April 5, 2004 in Cobb County and March 20, 2004 in Hawaii where some of the investment properties existed. Bruce Ailion falsely testified that this note was satisfied contemporaneous (or the same time) with the closing on April 30, 2003.






The Doral Property had been listed on the market for sale by Bruce Ailion for over eleven months for $639,900 and $615,000.  Bruce Reich paid $585,000 for the Doral  Property with no real estate commission.  This was close to the last listed sales price of $615,000 with a six percent real estate commission. Bruce Reich paid a fair and reasonable price for a property that had been listed on the market for sale for almost one year.  It makes no sense that the purchaser Bruce Reich (a financial planner and Senior Vice President of National Financial Services Group, Certified Public Accountant and MBA would pay $132,500 over the last listed sales price. Albert Eddie Wright was not paid $132,500 by Bruce Reich for the Doral Property.

As a licensed real estate broker for almost thirty years, I have never seen a purchaser pay $132, 500 more than the listed selling price for any property offered for sale.

Attorney Hylton Dupree Jr. and Judge George Kreeger (Cobb Superior Court) Marietta Georgia Over 7 Years Later files New Contempt Order in Same 2004 Contempt Case Against Me

This post addresses issues of confusion and misappropriation of collected funds with regard to Cobb County Superior Court (Marietta Georgia) orders and my ex-husband lawyer Bruce Ailion and his newly hired lawyer October 2011) Hylton Dupree Jr .  

Within these documents evidence is provided that the court Order prepared by Hylton Dupree Jr. and signed by the newly appointed Judge George Kreeger (Judge Adele Grubbs recused herself in November 2011 and Judge Kreeger was appointed to replace her)  has improperly applied collected funds to a real estate issue that were intended and ordered to satisfy my child support obligations and medical counseling expenses.  Judge George Kreeger announced his retirement/resignation a few months after signing this order prepared by attorney Hylton Dupree Jr.

The real estate is in question because documents and receipts prove the Doral Property issue is also in error.

For this confusion and error I face today acquisitions stemming from an old satisfied order from October 19, 2004 for child support arrears and a misinterpreted real estate issue over the Doral Property sale.  This October 19, 2004 order for my contempt of paying the court ordered child support arrears and issue over the Doral Property  sale gave my ex-husband lawyer Bruce Ailion the right to garnish my wages from the time of my release from incarceration (October 2006) until the present time, yet he has never once attempted to garnish me and child support enforcement (DHR) never tried to collect one penny of the child support arrears or the money over the Doral Property sale.

The court has failed to recognize that some of it's conditions and requirements have been met:

What I paid is not contained in the new Order filed by Judge Kreeger on March 6, 2012
That $42,000 + was paid by me as required, and it appears the court has lost track of at least $17,000.*  I was not credited with the additional $17,000 + that I paid into the court record an there were never any MBA Properties funds disbursed to, or credited to me by Judge Grubbs or the Superior Court of Cobb County.  Additionally there is approximately $22,000 of MBA Properties Inc. over the term leasing commissions which is still on deposit in the Registry of Cobb County Superior Court as of today, April 16, 2014, which is unaccounted for in the case record.  This $22,000 (not including interest from 2006 until 2014) was discovered by my attorney David Oles when he inquired with the new Clerk Of Cobb County Superior Court Rebecca Keaton.  It appears that these funds have been collected over the years 2005, 2006, 2008, 2009 & 2010. 

MBA Properties income collected by the court appointed Receiver and Clerk of Superior Court Cobb County not credited to me or accounted for.
MBA Properties (which was awarded to me in the Final Order filed December 8, 2003) over the term leasing commissions of $1,100 + per month was paid into the Registry of the Superior Court of Cobb County  for over two years, and is unaccounted for in the court records (this money was collected by the appointed Receiver and the Clerk of Superior Court Cobb County).  Judge Adele Grubbs failed in any Order to account for the total amount of the $1,100 per month collected for more than two years however, she dispersed $6,000 of these funds to Bruce Ailion my ex-husband.
MBA Properties income of over $200,000 contained in the court appointed Receiver's report, Submission of Accountants Report and Motion For Termination of Receivership not credit to me or resolved by any order in my Superior Court of Cobb County case record.
That Judge Adele Grubbs failed to address additional MBA Properties income of over $200,000 that was deposited into numerous bank accounts by my ex-husband Bruce Ailion of over $200,000 detailed in the The Submission of Accountants Report and Motion For Termination of Receivership filed November 7, 2006.    

Between the MBA Properties unaccounted funds of $1,100 + per month (collected for years by the Receiver Robert Silliman and the Clerk of Superior Court Cobb County Jay Stephenson and STILL ON DEPOSIT IN THE REGISTRY OF COBB COUNTY AS OF JULY 2014)  the $200,000 + Bruce Ailion deposited into his bank accounts (in the Submission of Accountants Report and Motion For Termination of Receiver), the $17,000 I paid from 100% confiscation of funds from Cobb County Work Release program and bank account garnishments, and the $25,000 civil contempt purge that I paid, I more than covered the $170,000 or so that the court held me in contempt for.


* funds were collected from the joint business MBA Properties which were unavailable to me. Between October 1, 2004 and  October of 2006,  I had spent almost 18 months in jail, paid $42,000 into the court, lost my job due to my arrests, and lost MBA Properties monthly income.  While Judge Kreeger's Order below credits me with the $25,000 I paid there is no order that acknowledges the $17,000 that I paid. 


Below are my Cobb County arrests for the October 2004 contempt Order: 

10/1/04-10/20/04 - 20 days
4/15/05-12/16/05- 8 months
1/30/06-10/7/06- more than 9 months. 

* Please note the with incarceration in county jails, both the GBI and the FBI require notification of the incarcerations.  My arrests were never reported to either agency. 

For seven years Judge Grubbs October 19, 2004 contempt Order regarding the Doral Property house sale and back child support remained open on the court docket with the last activity being in 2007.



1.  This is a Motion filed by my ex-husband Bruce Ailion and his attorney Hylton Dupree Jr. for a compliance hearing over the October 2004 contempt order. 








2.  This is a Notice of  Fraud I filed in response to the Motion for Compliance Hearing above in November 2011.   This addresses the Doral Property issue, child support issue, my bankruptcy issue, and the MBA Properties issue. Judge Adele Grubbs rescued herself after I filed this in November 2011.









3.  This is Judge Adele Grubbs Order of Voluntarily Recual from my case filed on November 21, 2011.  








4.  Judge George Kreeger’s assignment appears below and I never received any notice of his appointment.



5.  On February 14, 2012, I sent an overnight request for a continuance to my ex-husband's new attorney Hylton Dupree and  to Judge Kreeger's office due to the snow storm in Kentucky extending down through Tennesse into North Georgia. 



6.  My continuance was denied by Judge George Kreeger and he proceeded with the hearing without me present in court. 


Below are the weather reports for February 14, 2012 through February 17, 2012 from Kentucky and Georgia.  I obtained these online and the can all be found still today.  They show snow in Kentucky on February 14, 2012 (we had about one inch on the ground and it was still snowing when I sent my overnight  request for a continuance), a winter advisory for North Georgia, and a winter advisory for Kentucky on February 17, 2012 the day I would have needed to drive home (the court hearing was on February 16, 2012).

KENTUCKY

GEORGIA



7.  Below is the Order of contempt for child support filed by Judge Grubbs on October 19, 2004. Judge Adele Grubbs found me in criminal and civil contempt of failure to pay child support and ordered I spend ten days in jail to satisfy the criminal contempt (which I did).  A civil contempt charge could only be purged by paying the amount the court ordered.

Note: a civil contempt charge can only be purged by paying the amount the court orders.

Up until October 2004 I had paid every month of my court ordered child support of $1,100 per month.  Yet on October 19, 2004 the Judge Adele Grubbs issued an order holding me in contempt for the non-payment of child s
upport. See child support blog  http://courtcollision.blogspot.com/2012/11/testimony-continued-childsupport.html
  

8.   Below is Judge Grubbs Contempt Purge Order filed May 8, 2006 requiring $25,000 for my release from jail.







9.  Proof of my $25,000 payment to the Sheriff of Cobb County is below.




10.  Kreeger’s Order filed March 6, 2012 below, paragraph 14, states that according to Judge Grubbs October 19, 2004 Order I was found in civil contempt for child support arrears in the sum of $35,795.39 and medical and counseling expenses of $5,400.00. Judge Kreeger's Order further states on July 17, 2006 the court entered an Order allowing me the opportunity to purge myself from contempt and be released from the common jail of Cobb County by paying the sum of $25,000 (paragraph 8 & 9 above) to the Sheriff of Cobb County.
Kreeger’s Order filed March 6, 2012, paragraph 15 below, contradicts paragraph 14.  It acknowledges that I paid the $25,000 to the Sheriff of Cobb County  for the child support arrears and medical and counseling expenses and now states the payment is for the $132,000 criminal contempt over the sale of the home of the of the parties located on Doral Circle, Marietta, Georgia (the Doral Property).  
There is no Order filed by Judge Adele Grubbs which applies this $25,000 payment to the $132,000 criminal contempt over the sale of the parties home located on Doral CircleMarietta (the Doral Property).  



11.  Below is Judge Kreeger's Order filed March 6, 2012 which orders me to be arrested again for the October 19, 2004 Order non- payment of back child support (which was satisfied by me).
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The following payments are a part of the case record:

Work Release Program through the Sheriff of Cobb County - $4,232.58 (see 12 below)
The State Court of Cobb County - $2,415.53 (see 13 below)
The State Court of Fulton County - $2,837.53 (see 14 below)
Child Support Receiver of Cobb County - $7,700.00 (see 15 below)
.M B A Registry of the Superior Court of Cobb County - unknown amount (see 16 below)

12.  During my incarcerations I was ordered to the Cobb County Sheriff's Department Work Release Program on two different occasions.  I had 100% of my wages garnished according to Judge Adele Grubbs Orders below. This left me with no money to purchase food, gas, or necessities.











While working at Sentry Surveillance (both times at work release) and from my real estate company Deerfield Real Estate Services, I paid the Sheriff of Cobb County $4,232.58 who dispersed the funds to Bruce Ailion my ex-husband according to the court record below:

The Sheriff of Cobb County collected a 100% wage garnishment from the work release program  (Sentry Survelliace) and from my real estate company Deerfield Real Estate Service  for a total amount of $4,232.58, shown below.  This is my work income and should be credited towards the child support, medical and counseling expenses.  The Sheriff of Cobb County released these funds to Bruce Ailion with the

proper case number Sheriff’s accounting statement from Southern National Bank below.

This payment of $4,232.58 is not credited to me for towards back child support in Judge Kreeger's March 6, 2012 Order.

13.  My income paid to the Sheriff of Cobb County from Work Release and my real estate company Deerfield Real Estate Services.


14.   Bruce Ailion garnished two bank accounts and received $2,415.52 from the State Court of Cobb County. This payment is not mentioned or credited to me in Judge Kreeger's March 6, 2012 Order for my re-incarceration.






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15.  $2,837.53 from the State Court of Fulton County bank account garnishment which was released to Bruce Ailion with the proper case numbers.




16.  Proof of my child support payments paid to the Cobb County Child Support Receiver that total $7,700.



17.  MBA Properties Inc. was awarded to me in the Final Order dated December 5, 2003 shown below. 


18.  I have not been credited with any of the MBA Properties Inc. funds collected by the Receiver, the Clerk of Superior Court Cobb County and Bruce Ailion (also see my MBA Properties Inc. post coming soon) in this case according to the following records:

A.   The MBA Properties Inc. funds (which were over the term leasing commissions over $1,100 per month), were paid into The Registry of The Cobb Superior Court  by the Receiver Robert Silliman and by the Clerk of Superior Court of Cobb County, were intentionally unaccounted for.

Below in the Receiver's Submission of Accountant's Report and Motion For Termination of Receiver filed November 7, 2006 (approximately one month after my release from incarceration) the Receiver, Robert Silliman does not account for how much money he collected or how much money he received from the Clerk of Superior Court  that was paid into the Registry of Superior Court of Cobb County.

B.  The MBA Properties Inc. funds which were collected by Bruce Ailion are detailed in the above  Submission of Accountant's Report and Motion For Termination of Receiver. MBA Properties Inc. income was collected and deposited by Bruce Ailion into numerous personal and business bank accounts  The Submission of Accountants Report and Motion For Termination of Receivership, above shows Bruce Ailion deposited a total of $200,253.37 of MBA Properties Inc. into his bank accounts and this was not filed into the record in this case until one month after Marla Wright’s release from incarceration on October 6, 2006
The Submission of Accountant Report and Motion For Termination of Receiver above show that Bruce Ailion owes me $105, 957.50, of MBA Properties Inc. income collected and deposited by Bruce Ailion into his numerous bank accounts 

























19.  Adele Grubbs Order On Bruce Ailion’s Motion To Release Funds Held By Robert Silliman, filed January 4, 2007.  In this Order Bruce Ailion, my former husband, was paid $6,000 of these unaccounted funds collected by the Receiver (Robert Silliman), to settle the lawsuit filed against him by ERA Franchise Systems Inc. in Federal District Court, Kansas City.  This lawsuit was not served on Marla Wright. 

Judge Grubbs failed to issue any additional orders that contained an accounting or dispersal of these M B A Properties funds paid into the Registry of Cobb County Superior Court.  








20.   Judge Grubbs Order Terminating the Receivership And Directing Funds To Be Paid Into Registry Of Court filed December 5, 2006, with no accounting of the amount of MBA Properties funds deposited into the Registry of Superior Court of Cobb County.





21.  Judge Adele Grubbs states below in the Order filed February 16, 2007  that she would address the MBA Properties Accountant and Receiver Report issue after jurisdiction is returned to her court but never issued said Order. This was in response to my filed Motion To Close Evidence based on the filed Accountant and Receiver Report, which showed I was due $105, 957.50, of MBA Properties Inc. income collected and deposited by Bruce Ailion into his bank accounts.






I was never credited with any of the MBA Properties monies that were paid into the Registry of Cobb County Superior Court (collected by the Receiver and the Clerk of Superior Court of Cobb County) or any of the MBA Properties monies deposited into Bruce Ailion's bank accounts, in any order in the case record.  There has never been any accounting of the amount of MBA Properties monies collected by the Clerk Of Superior Court of Cobb County and the court appointed Receiver Robert Silliman in any order in the case record.