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Judges Are for Sale -- and Special Interests Are Buying Read More: Http://Ideas.Time.Com/2011/10/ 31/Judges-Are-for-Sale-and-Spe c
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: dishonesty, corruption, judges, government, ethics, freedoms, republicans, news, propaganda )

- 2636 days ago -
A new report details how big business and corporate lobbyists are packing courts with judges who put special interests ahead of the public interest.
Judges Are for Sale -- and Special Interests Are Buying
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Judges, Are, for, Sale, Specia, l Interests, Are, Buying )

- 2637 days ago -
The Occupy Wall Street movement is shining a spotlight on how much influence big-money interests have with the White House and Congress. But people are not talking about how big money is also increasingly getting its way with the courts, which is too bad
Editorial- Untenable Judicial Ethics
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: pennsylvania, Ethics, justice system, judges, corruption, dishonesty, crime, government, abuse, cover-up )

- 2895 days ago -
This editorial is an older editorial late 2010, however it just shows that corruption within our justice system is more rampant than ever. Pennsylvania's Chief Justice Ronald Castille took many gifts some from people with cases decided by his court.
Judges Plead Guilty in Scheme to Jail Youths for Profit
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: scranton PA, Judges, children, children's rights, corruption, cover-up, dishonesty, government, ethics, crime, abuse, investigation, sadness )

- 2895 days ago -
Prosecutors say Judges Michael T. Conahan, and Mark A. Ciavarella Jr., took kickbacks to send teenagers to detention centers. It's estimated 5,000 juveniles who have been sentenced by Judge Ciavarella since the scheme started in 2003.
What Is There to Say When Your Country's Justice Department Breaks the Law?
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Judicial Department, US government, corruption, employment discrimination, Alberto Gonzalez, judicial appointments, judges )

- 3827 days ago -
Appalling breaking news on the malfeasance of the US Department of Justice, who screened judicial candidates for the "right" political views.
Wisconsin Judicial Accountability Act
US Politics & Gov't  (tags: Wisconsin, freedom, corruption, cover-up, politics, constitution, prisons, jails, judges, courts, dishonesty )

- 3934 days ago -
True Prison Reform and Accountability for All. No One should be above the Law. This takes the Snake (JUDGE)by the Throat! If a Judges would have to follow the Letter of the Law again and be Held Accountable. This would end favoritism in our Government. Ci

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