Oregon Chief Administrative Judge Mann was arrested on 10 counts of encouraging child sex abuse.
“Oregon’s top judge for settling disputes between citizens and state agencies, Chief Administrative Law Judge John Mann was booked into Washington County Jail last month on ten counts of first-degree encouraging child sex abuse,” Garrett Watts, an evening producer NewsWatch 12 reported. Shortly after the arrest, Chief Administrative Judge John Mann was released on a $2,000 bail. “A spokesperson for Gov. Kate Brown said Mann had been placed on unpaid administrative leave amid the investigation”. Originally reported by the Associated Press, the Oregon Star, and NewsWatch 12,
Minding Hearts is building advocacy and peer support groups in each state. The groups are created to raise awareness, educate, and advocate for those that might not otherwise be heard. We are here for encouragement, education, and support. We cannot give legal advice, but we can try and direct you in the right direction with your case. Links to legal services are listed with their states. Please share and let’s grow our groups. We are here to support families and develop resources that maintain family integrity. We look forward to your support. If you would rather become active by donating, then visit the donation page.