Matthew Tresaugue reports:
A former juror in state District Judge Michael Seiler’s court has accused him of improperly using her personal information for campaign purposes, the latest controversy surrounding the Montgomery County jurist who presided for years over the state’s troubled civic commitment program for sex offenders.
Conroe resident Darin Bailey filed a complaint with the state Commission on Judicial Misconduct on Tuesday after receiving an invitation by mail to join the campaign for drinks and music at a Magnolia bar. The form letter also thanked her for serving on a jury in the 435th District Court.
Bailey said Seiler had to pull information from a juror questionnaire she completed in 2009 in order to contact her.
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