“TRANSPARENCY? JUDICIAL TYRANNY WILL ALWAYS BLOT OUT misconduct complaints online against Judges,” says Fill-teer N Coffee’s contributing writer, James Edward
READ: Decisions in Judicial Misconduct Cases to be Posted Online
By JOE PALAZZOLO
U.S. courts will publish the outcome of misconduct complaints against judges on their websites, in an effort to “provide for greater transparency,” the federal judiciary’s policy-making arm said Thursday.
The country is divided into 12 judicial circuits, each containing a circuit court of appeals and at least one federal trial court. About half of the circuit courts currently publish orders resolving misconduct complaints online; the others make them available to the public only in the office of their circuit clerk, a spokesman for the Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts said.
Arthur D. Hellman, an expert on federal courts, has long advocated for publishing misconduct orders online.
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