12847Re: [tips_and_tricks] CAPITALISING ON JUDGES' MISCONDUCT
- Oct 31, 2006
In Massachusetts, all complaints against
a judge are treated by a "Star Chamber"
proceedings that are secret.
There could be a 1000 complaints against
a judge and no one would know.
But a judge in Illinois has 3 complaints
and they must get off the bench until
the complaints are cleared.
Massachusetts has even more problems
than I was aware of....................
At 02:51 PM 10/31/06 -0700, you wrote:
In Illinois it's 3 strikes and he's out. If there are 3 complaints the
judge can't hear any more cases untill they get the others cleared up.
or at least this is the way I understand it.
On 10/30/06, law_self_help <law_self_help@...> wrote:
> The all too common situation of a Judge engaging in misconduct when faced
> with a Pro Se litigant can be used to start a process either parallel to an
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