Throwback Thursday

10 years ago this month:

  • The Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct publicly reprimanded a judge for being argumentative in a case, rarely allowing the complainants to respond, and aggressively cutting them off while stating what he predicted their testimony would be.  Fletcher, Order (Arizona Commission on Judicial Conduct October 8, 2009).
  • Adopting the findings and recommendations of the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct, which the judge accepted, the New Jersey Supreme Court publicly reprimanded a retired judge for promoting a plea deal in an ex parte conversation with a defendant’s brother.  In the Matter of Delehey, Order (New Jersey Supreme Court October 6, 2009).

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