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Old 04-23-2015, 09:45 PM
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If upon investigation the judge is found to have erred, this must be remedied by such things as termination of their employment as a judge, supervision by another judge, further education for the judge in the identified areas that led to their faulty decision making....

These are but a few suggestions.
Right, and who will be judging these faulty judges? other judges - like they don't watch over and cover up for their own? Same waste of time as trying to reprimand a bad lawyer, it takes years of money and patience and rarely leads to any semblance of justice.

Sorry, but the legal system is so well entrenched and corrupt, that it would take nothing less than a complete overhaul to fix this abundance of serious problems.

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