The Judicial Conduct Reporter, published quarterly, summarizes recent decisions and advisory opinions, reports developments in judicial discipline, and includes articles on judicial ethics and discipline procedure topics. The winter issue (the first one in the year) reviews the previous year in judicial ethics and discipline: reporting on discipline statistics, summarizing all cases in which judges were removed, and reviewing the top stories.Most recent issue
- Judicial ethics and landlord/tenant cases
- Interim suspensions pending discipline proceedings or criminal charges
- Encouraging pro bono services
- Recent cases
- Independent investigation (Commission on Judicial Performance v. Bozeman (Mississippi 2020))
- Orchestrated release (Disciplinary Counsel v. Goulding (Ohio 2020))
- Solar opposition (Public Warning of Plaster (Texas Commission 2020))
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