November 27, 2007

Basics of Judicial Temperament, Part I

by PG

Ability to hear a cellphone in your courtroom without taking it out on the parties before you.

I don't think the judge had two hours of "inexplicable madness." He expects people not to have cellphones in his courtroom and he simply reacted disproportionately to a failure to obey this rule. What's so inexplicable about that?

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