Friday, June 29, 2007

Due Process For Judges

A judge is entitled, on timely request, to a hearing on informal findings of misconduct. The Arizona Supreme Court vacated a public reprimand imposed by its judicial commission and remanded the matter for a hearing. The commission had imposed the sanction as a result of a complaint that the judge had "inappropriately" objected to the appointment of another judge to his court. (Mike Frisch)

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