Aside from allegations with regards to the misuse of campaign fund for personal purposes, Judge David Medina was indicted for many other violations. One is with regards to indictments of arson and the tampering of evidence linked to it. The said indictment that went through grand jury proceedings at first ruled out that electrical problems were the cause of the said fire that made damages of around $900,000. But when an accelerant was found near the house of the judge, there was a possibility of intentional fire that happened according to http://stopjudgemedina.com/. Even the accounts of both Medina and his wife were different at the time of the fire.
Supreme court Justice David Medina at the time were having difficulties as to their finances. The family even failed to pay taxes of nearly $10,000 to the school district and county last 2004. By 2006, there was a foreclosure that was initiated by the mortgage company of the Medina’s due to five straight months of unpaid or unsettled accounts. They also owed their homeowner’s association a fee of about $2,000 according to the report by stopjudgemedina.com. Both the couple were charged of tampering of evidence at the crime scene and arson. However, these indictments were only thrown into the trash because the DA itself had withdrawn them.