Chicago(EJ) The ABA’s judicial investigator had interviewed dozens of lawyers, judges and others who had worked with Kavanaugh, the ABA announced at the time, and some of them raised red flags about “his professional experience and the question of his freedom from bias and open-mindedness.”
“One interviewee remained concerned about the Kavanaugh’s ability to be balanced and fair should he assume a judgeship,” the ABA committee chairman wrote to senators in 2006. “Another interviewee echoed essentially the same thoughts: ‘(He is) immovable and very stubborn and frustrating to deal with on some issues.’”
A particular judge had told the ABA that Kavanaugh had been “sanctimonious” during an oral argument in court. Several lawyers considered him inexperienced, and one said he “dissembled” in the courtroom.
Now that Kavanaugh is on the Supreme Court what is your opinion?
Several years ago the exalted former Justice Antonin Gregory Scalia admitted in at hearing on a well known patent case “ that he did not understand the Petitioner’s briefs.”
Justice Scalia also holds the dubious distinction of allowing over 210 death roll inmates to die, by merely denying their Motions for stays of execution.
On one occasion shortly before Scalia died in February of 2016, he denied the stay of two death roll inmates who claimed that their method of execution was too” cruel and inhumane”. Scalia wrote, that since the inmates “did not recommend what they would consider a humane method of execution, I deny the stay.” That evening they were executed.
Professor Harold Goldenshalf stated, “the United States Supreme Court is the only place that an unqualified person can get a life time job.
Since the Gore v. Blush Case in 2000, many believe that the U.S. Supreme Court is nothing more than a "show" court, a "political court".
How anyone can believe that they can rely on the U.S. Supreme court to hear their case, when the court receives over 10,000 appeals a year and only hears about 40, 1/10 of 1/10 of a percent of the cases a year.?
For any court to be a viable place for it citizens to seek justice, that court should be able to hear at least 50 to 70% of the cases submitted to it. not "1/10 of 1/10 of a percent of the cases a year".
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