An Alameda County judge was publicly admonished Thursday for becoming embroiled in two cases that were both overturned on appeals.

The Commission on Judicial Performance found Superior Court Judge Frank Roesch “displayed a lack of the dispassionate neutrality and the courtesy to others that is expected of judges” while overseeing both a 2015 jury trial and a 2017 property title matter.

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