Wednesday, October 22, 2008
The Tennessee Court of the Judiciary reprimanded a judge who had refused to make findings of fact in a case that had delayed the right of a litigant to pursue an appeal. In another matter, the judge had recused himself from a case and then signed a series of orders in the matter.
In an unrelated matter, a judge was suspended on an interim basis as a result of his indictment on charges of official misconduct. A story from the Camden Chronicle concerning the charges is linked here. (Mike Frisch)