The Texas Supreme Court on Tuesday lifted its suspension of a judge who was caught on video beating his then-teenage daughter suffering from cerebral palsy. The commission issued a public warning to Adams on September 6. In its one-page order Tuesday, the justices approved an agreement between Adams and the commission asking that the suspension be lifted. Hillary Adams claims her father William Adams would call her a 'retard' and stamp on her wrists for long periods of time forcing her to expose him with a secretly filmed video of him beating her. As part of the agreement, Adams had waived his right to appeal the public warning, which is essentially a public reprimand with no other consequences.