The Arkansas Supreme Court removed his docket indefinitely, and as of Monday the judge will no longer hold his position.
KARK News had first begun looking into rumors around the judge, after hearing the JDDC was investigating allegations that the judge was forcing defendants to do work on his private property to have sentences reduced.
Johnson was indicted on July 7, 2015, for one count of sex trafficking of children, and pleaded guilty on November 3, 2015.
We appreciate the unfaltering efforts of the United States Attorney’s Office, the Arkansas State Police, the Jonesboro Police Department and the Arkansas Department of Human Services." The investigation was conducted by Arkansas State Police and the Little Rock Office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation with assistance from Jonesboro Police Department.
The case was prosecuted by Assistant United States Attorney Allison W.
Johnson began by charging $20, but increased to $50 and sometimes charged $100.
She told the Judge Marshall at her change of plea hearing in November that she used the money for hotel rooms, food, and "things we needed." Arkansas State Police located and arrested Johnson on April 29, 2015.
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