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As unusual as the court's decision to remove her from the controversial case was, Scheindlin's motion was even more so. The Second Circuit's decision doesn't spend much time revisiting its own unusual actions (that's handled in a separate opinion),
The Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline announced Wednesday their appointment of a new executive director and general counsel. Reno attorney Paul Deyhle is scheduled to start Nov. 1 in Carson City and will also serve as the executive director of
Featured Video Close More Video A justice of the peace was found guilty of judicial misconduct Tuesday after helping her daughter lie to a police officer about her identity during a traffic stop. The Justices of the Peace Review Council is now being
The California Commission on Judicial Performance on Tuesday publicly admonished Contra Costa County Superior Court Judge Bruce Mills for judicial misconduct. The reprimand -- essentially a slap on the wrists, but embarrassing to the jurist -- stems
Judge Edith Jones, 5th US Circuit Court, is facing a 12-page civil rights complaint. The complaint states that Jones has a bias against minorities in her court. The complaint is based on comments she made in her February lecture to
In your column last week, you talked about your pet peeve being lawyers who do not play by the rules...But there are remedies in dealing with one -before, during or even after your legal proceedings. The first opportunity to seek to move a civil case
A Philadelphia traffic court judge is out of a job after a judicial ethics panel removed him from office for showing a female court clerk cellphone photos of his genitals.The Court of Judicial Discipline issued a one-sentence order on Thursday
The phone rang in Vermont. It was 7:30 Halloween night, 2007. “Hi, this is Lt. Tonelli, of the Solon, Ohio Police Department. I’m looking for a Mr.
The Kentucky Supreme Court has upheld a decision by the Judicial Conduct Commission to remove Harlan Circuit Judge Russell D...Minton Jr., the state's highest court agreed with the commission's finding of eight of nine counts of misconduct by Alred. "
A district judge was slapped with three counts of judicial misconduct after a special prosecutor accused her of putting her personal schedule ahead of an ongoing murder trial, the Nevada Commission on Judicial Discipline announced Friday. Controversy