PROSECUTORS: FORMER JUDGE USED THE IDENTITIES OF FEMALES TO POST ADS ON BACKPAGE.COM!

On July 2nd, 2015 Christopher Michael Dupuy (prosecutors say Dupuy is an attorney and former judge in Galveston) was arrested on two counts of felony Online Impersonation. The arrests follow a long term joint investigation by Assistant Criminal District Attorney Adam Poole and the Harris County Sheriff’s Office .
Dupuy is charged with posting fraudulent advertisements on Backpage.com under the name of two victims, offering their services as female escorts.

 

THE ASSISTANT DISTRICT ATTORNEY TALKS ABOUT THE CHARGES WITH THE FACTOR VIA FACETIME:

Each charge of Online Impersonation is a third degree felony carrying a potential range of punishment between Two years and Ten Years in prison and a potential fine not to exceed $10,000. Dupuy’s combined bonds total $600,000.

As a condition of bond Dupuy must also relinquish any firearms, ammunition, or silencers, wear a GPS tracking device, and avoid any contact with the alleged victims.

 

DUPUY’S CURRENT MUG SHOT!

2 Comments

  1. Suzanne July 2, 2015 8:49 pm 

    It is disgusting to think HE was a judge that made decisions that affect people’s lives!J
    Judges should have some type of credentials and background checks before being qualified to run for judge! The public has no idea who they are voting for !
    Maybe there should be more qualifications than being a resident of s county and a law license. Just saying maybe they should be psychologically tested.

  2. Cindy July 3, 2015 4:20 am 

    He hadn’t been a resident of Galveston County for 6 months prior to running, nor was he a resident at the time he filed his application under oath claiming to be a a resident. He was living in apartments in Harris County. He wasn’t even elegible to run and committed perjury on his judicial application. The writing was on the wall.

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