Welcome, Atticus2008. I'd like to direct your attention to this page: Editing Help for some editing guidelines. Regarding your edits on Chairez: when information is untrue, cannot be verified, or is solely opinion, one can delete this information from a wiki article. After you've familiarized yourself with the editing guidelines, please contact me with any questions, but the original article will be restored for editing. I'll say again, please contact me for comments or questions on how to edit a page like Judge Chairez's, and I'll be happy to explain how it should be done. Michaeltams 09:10, 21 July 2008 (CDT)
Removed empty subsections
I removed these empty subsections so their presence wouldn't be considered annoying and misleading by readers. I'm leaving the code here for when anyone wants to restore.
Changes of 7/26
Atticus2008: I contacted you via your talk page a week ago regarding your edits to the page of Don Chairez. You didn't respond, but I see you reversed the edits on 7/26. Please see this page Help:Fix or report an error for guidelines regarding complicated edits. What you're engaging in can be considered an "edit war" and is counter to the collaborative nature of a wiki. Concerns with accuracy, or even simply tone and fairness need to be worked out on the discussion pages of a wiki, and not in the body of an article. These comments will be posted to both your talk page and the talk page for Don Chairez. In an effort of good faith, please contact me as soon as possible to discuss and resolve this dispute.Michaeltams 16:35, 28 July 2008 (CDT)