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forjudge

(US) to expel an officer or attorney from court for misconduct.
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And not, as Senator Blumenthal might wish, to provide an affirmative-action program forjudges or a full-employment plan for lawyers.
Every other DCA, with the exception of the Second DCA's Tampa branch courthouse, also include bathrooms forjudges, although smaller.
Instead, therefore, of indulging in suppositions never realized, it is prudent forjudges to reserve their opinions to be pronounced when the Legislature has committed the injustice and not until then.
77) At other times, however, Wilkinson chastises the pragmatic judge as an activist policymaker: "pragmatism's methodology provides generous incentives, excuses, and cover forjudges to turn away from their duty of restraint and toward the role of aggressive junior varsity legislator.
Moreover, critics argue that the standard is impractical forjudges to apply, because ajudge must speculate on the impact of evidence from a cold record.