WASHINGTON -- When Judge Steven Kirkland ruled in 2011 that attorney George Fleming had overcharged his clients by up to $13 million, he had no idea ...
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Litigation seems to be a particularly American disease. Why? We don't believe in collective responsibility and collective solutions.
Judicial candidates running election campaigns sound more like they are running for sheriff than running to be a neutral arbiter of the law.
In rare public remarks last week, U.S. Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg said the money involved in electing judges remains one of the most pr...
Judges should not be treated like American Idol contestants. The judiciary exists to protect minorities against the tyranny of the majority. Electing judges reverses that noble goal and demeans the judiciary.
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