HomePolitics2ND TIME: JUDGE GIULIANI MAY HAVE BROKEN THE LAW WHEN SHE FAILED TO DISCLOSE $2.5 MILLION IN LOANS ON 2008 CAMPAIGN FORMS? Politics JUDGE GIULIANI MAY HAVE BROKEN THE LAW WHEN SHE FAILED TO DISCLOSE $2.5 MILLION IN LOANS ON 2008 CAMPAIGN FORMS? February 11, 2018 Clark County Family Court Judge Cynthia N. Giuliani was elected November 4, 2008, officially taking the bench on January 5, 2009. Judge Giuliani was re-elected to the Eighth Judicial District Family Court in 2014. Her current term expires in January 2021. In 2008, when then Candidate Cynthia Giuliani was running for the bench, she submitted a required Financial Disclosure Statement form (see FDS attached below) in which she did disclose her eleven rental houses, but failed to disclose any creditors whatsoever. On her FDS form in two places she states she had “none” to the question of creditors. But just less than two years later Judge Giuliani declared, on a Federal Bankruptcy petition on Dec 31, 2009, over $2.5 million in loans on those same houses she “personally guaranteed”. In other words, the $2.5 million in loans were debts she believed she was personally liable for under federal law and ask the Bankruptcy Court to discharge her personally for any responsibility for them. 360Daily.net did reach out several times to Judge Giuliani for a statement but we never heard back. Rob Lauer Political Reporter 360Daily.net Judge Giuliani’s BK Petition filed December 31, 2009, giulianichapter7 . Judge Giuliani’s Financial Disclosure Statement filed 2008 Giuliani2c Cynthia N. (1) 2008 FDF .