Judicial Ethics

Friday follow up – Sixth Circuit affirms Kentucky judicial speech case

So, I’ve been battling a bit of a stomach bug such that over the last 45 hours or so I have ingested a cup of yogurt, a sleeve of Ritz crackers, and a small bowl of chicken noodle soup.  Accordingly, this will be a short(ish) post – apologies in advance. Back in May of this […]

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Judicial elections are expensive in more ways than one.

There are lots of sources and stories about the escalation of dollars poured into, and spent in, judicial elections in various states.  Here’s an April 2016 article about Wisconsin; and here’s an October 2015 press release from a special-interest group made of folks including The Brennan Center.  But that isn’t the only thing that makes […]