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Judicial Ethics, the Appearance of Impropriety and the Proposed New ABA Judicial Code

Rotunda, Ronald D

2006

Abstract

Ill-defined and fuzzy ethics rules give detractors a green light to hurl too easily the accusation of ethics violations, and, over time, this overuse will demean the seriousness of the charge of an ethics violation, or it will demean the judiciary itself. Granted, not all rules can be written with crystal clarity, but many can be.
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