Wednesday, February 10, 2010

State may remove judges

A legal blog reports:
Three separate efforts to remove New Hampshire judges and judicial officers via bills of address are currently pending in that state. ...

The first such effort (HA 1) is against marital master Michael Garner. Garner, according to the bill of address, “recommended to the presiding justice an order removing a child from an educational setting on the basis of religious prejudice.”
They should remove the judge for accepting the prejudiced recommendation. But then if they removed all the prejudiced judges from the family court, who would be left?

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