This Essay focuses on the issue of judicial civility, which is not about the merits of any particular decision or an improvement in decision-making, but an aim to improve the tone of justice in the courts. Despite the fact that the Code of Judicial Conduct mandates temperance as part of a judge's job, abusive judge behavior has become too common.
Norman L. Greene,
A Perspecive on "Temper in the Court: A Forum on Judicial Civility",
23 Fordham Urb. L.J. 709
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