I will be the first to admit ,that Lorrie Sinclair had the right to sue her sorority, however should she is a different question. The filing is located here. The complaint against her sorority wasn’t one of racism or discrimination. It was based on how their leaders were elected at an event in Las Vegas. Keep in mind that Sinclair was or is a current special justice in the 20th Circuit, I would expect a future judicial candidate would be concerned with more serious matters. One of the most ridiculous aspects of the lawsuit is her request for $76,000 in damages due to mental anguish over the election proceedings.
“Plaintiffs suffered the loss of enjoyment of ZPB’s goods, services, facilities,
privileges, advantages, and accommodations, as well as severe mental anguish as
a result of ZPB’s actions ”
“Plaintiffs suffered damage to her repute and standing in her community, the loss
of enjoyment of ZPBA’s goods, services, facilities, privileges, advantages, and
accommodations, as well as severe mental anguish as a result of ZPB’s actions
If Sinclair can’t deal with the way her sorority leaders are elected. How is she going to deal with actual issues during an actual trial. For example. when a defense attorney presses for discovery of evidence. Or maybe when she has to rule on a serious objection. A circuit judge has to deal with many serious matters such as what evidence is allowed.
The filing against her sorority is reason for concern, it is an artifact that the 20th Circuit legislators should look it before Lorrie Sinclair is considered.