Suspended 18th Judicial District judge announces retirement
In 2014, Free was suspended for one month without pay after he admitted to taking a trip to a hunting ranch out of state, that was paid for by attorneys who had pending cases in his court. He was also scolded by Supreme Court Justices for using slang with racial overtones.
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