Is 'Judicial Independence' a constitutional practice withstanding and paramount
If a Judicial error is a ruling that violates the law; and a ruling is an act; and an act that violates the law is a crime: then, why is an error NOT a crime (committed under color of law) or can or do numerous Judicial errors rise to the level of being (defacto) NOT "good behavior" in accordance with any Constitutional standard?
Answered on: 9/07/00, 4:07 am by Julio C. Alejandro
Re: Is 'Judicial Independence' a constitutional practice withstanding and paramo
Judicial errors are only appealable. Unless you can prove enough facts to establish a malicious effort there is no other remedy.
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