The spring issue of the Judicial Conduct Reporter has been published and is now available on-line. It has articles on habitual tardiness, mixing family and politics at home, including when a family member is a candidate and when a family member supports a candidate, and ethical guidelines for members of judicial conduct commissions. It also has summaries of recent cases in which judges were disciplined for banning a clerk from the courthouse (Indiana), stalking and harassing (Louisiana), independent investigation in a harassment case (Nevada), ex parte information in a domestic violence case (New York), commenting to a reporter and a discourteous remark in a domestic violence case (California), and a $4 billion bond (Texas).
The Judicial Conduct Reporter is published electronically, and an index and current and past issues of the Reporter are indexed and available on-line as a free download. You can sign up to receive notice when a new issue is available.