Tag Archives: Justice and Judges

The Judge: one judge’s life

Today’s Daily News had an absorbing short piece about Justice Milton Tingling, the Supreme Court judge who just ruled against Mayor Bloomberg’s ban on big soda bottles. I’m less interested in the soda bottle ban than I am in the … Continue reading

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The New York Times editorial on Judge Cebull

Eloquent, simple and very much worth reading. And in its solution to the Judge Cebull problem — the final lines — it encapsulates both the strengths and weaknesses of lifetime tenure for Federal judges. What can be done when a … Continue reading

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“Courts Put the Brakes on Agenda of G.O.P.”

That’s the heading in yesterday’s New York Times. Especially after reading and noting The New Yorker piece about Clarence Thomas—posted here as “Clarence Thomas and His Supreme Court”—I’m grateful almost to the point of tears that federal judges in regressive … Continue reading

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