The problem is the black robe class of appelate judges tend to be isolated from the real world and in the ivory tower delusional air of the appelate clerks, the research will be results oriented rather than constitutional oriented.
Parker v. Washington D.C. in HTML courtesy of zeugma.
The Parker decision is very comprehensive and persuasive.
posted on 08/09/2007 8:05:47 PM PDT
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I have personally seen too many judges in the sanctuary of their courtroom, where appeals have no possiblity to happen due to finance, simply rule how they want it to come out.
Black Robe fever is very real.
posted on 08/10/2007 7:34:59 AM PDT
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