Asked in US Constitution
How many states provide mechanisms for dealing with complaints about judicial conduct?
July 13, 2009 11:07PM
your question is a paradox so therefore unanswerable as the judicial branch of government is an entity unto itself as in "they make their own rules, so be it." There is, in all probability, a form, a process, a legal means but you would have to be complaining about the judge, which is frowned upon and the essence of your complaint would be the judge ruled against you following the rules so your complaint would be "sour grapes, no?" the paradox of your question is "dealing", you want to play a poker game by calling their bluff, no?