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On "The Imperative of Judicial Integrity"

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  • Legalbear
    Part of the problem is that the immoral people have taken their seat as judges and departed from the imperative of judicial integrity discussed in Elkins v.
    Message 1 of 1 , Jan 13, 2013
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      Part of the problem is that the immoral people have taken their seat as judges and departed from the imperative of judicial integrity discussed in Elkins v. U.S. 364 US 206, 222  - Supreme Court 1960. They didn't take their oath seriously from the moment they took them! Elkins says, "This basic principle was accepted by the Court in McNabb v. United States, 318 U. S. 332. There it was held that "a conviction resting on evidence secured through such a flagrant disregard of the procedure which Congress has commanded cannot be allowed to stand without making the courts themselves accomplices in willful disobedience of law." 318 U. S., at 345. Even less should the federal courts be accomplices in the willful disobedience of a Constitution they are sworn to uphold."

       

       

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