Judicial Misconduct

This ranges from incompetence and neglect to judicial tyranny.

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Cladistic analysis. The following are some forms judicial misconduct can take. They are not exclusive, and instances of misconduct can combine several.

  1. Exceeding jurisdiction
  2. Due process violation
  3. Abuse of discretion
  4. Bias (usually toward the better connected)
  5. Criminal conspiracy
  6. Incompetence
  7. Dereliction of duty
  8. Conduct unbecoming (giving a bad appearance)

Documents and activist sites dedicated to the subject

  • Local Link - HTML Logic of Judges, by Jon Roland. Discussion of how judges are logically challenged.
  • Remote Link - HTML Judicial Misconduct and Discipline — Testimony of Roger Pilon, Cato Institute.
  • Remote Link - HTML Judicial Misconduct — Redress Inc.
  • Remote Link - HTML America's Judicial System Lies In Rot — We the People Foundation.
  • Remote Link - HTML Judicial Accountability — Victims-of-Law.
  • Remote Link - HTML Legal & Judicial Reform Groups — Victims-of-Law.
  • Remote Link - HTML Judicial Training Against Pro-Se Litigants — June Wisniewski.
  • Remote Link - HTML Fraud and Corruption by State — Emphasis on family law.
  • Remote Link - HTML The growing tyranny of the judiciary — Edward Daley, Renew America.
  • Remote Link - HTML The Supremacists — Phyllis Schlafly, Spence Publishing.
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Constitution Society
Original date: 2007/6/3 —