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Nothing close to a consensus emerged from the 314 real-life judges who responded to that question, which was this month’s one-question survey emailed to NJC alumni. Below are the top 10 vote-getters. Th...

Which actors would be best at playing a judge?

Nothing close to a consensus emerged from the 314 real-life judges who responded to that question, which was this month’s one-question survey emailed to NJC alumni. Below are the top 10 vote-getters. Th...

Washington DC Supreme Court facade equal justice under the law

It’s safe to say that judges think their brethren and sistren on the U.S. Supreme Court should be bound by a code of ethics. The question for some is how it would be enforced. June’s Question of the M...

Almost all judges believe Supreme Court justices should be subject to an ethics code

It’s safe to say that judges think their brethren and sistren on the U.S. Supreme Court should be bound by a code of ethics. The question for some is how it would be enforced. June’s Question of the M...

Interior of cell block in abandoned State Correctional Institution, or jail., common room with jail cells.

Judges who send people to jail or prison usually have at least some idea of the conditions in the facilities, the latest NJC poll suggests.  Our Question of the Month for May asked NJC alumni who hav...

Poll suggests that judges know what life is like in their jails and prisons

Judges who send people to jail or prison usually have at least some idea of the conditions in the facilities, the latest NJC poll suggests.  Our Question of the Month for May asked NJC alumni who hav...

Which actors would be best at playing a judge?

Washington DC Supreme Court facade equal justice under the law
Almost all judges believe Supreme Court justices should be subject to an ethics code

Interior of cell block in abandoned State Correctional Institution, or jail., common room with jail cells.
Poll suggests that judges know what life is like in their jails and prisons

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How often do judges end up being thanked by parties they rule against?

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Judges prefer the judiciary police itself, but there are concerns

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