This article discusses the role of judicial disciplinary agencies. The article first summarizes the currently defined roles of these agencies and the methods they employ for monitoring and disciplining judges. The article then discusses whether it would be appropriate for these agencies to become more involved in the process of judicial selection and work to vet and investigate candidates.
Robert H. Tembeckjian,
A ROLE FOR DISCIPLINARY AGENCIES IN THE JUDICIAL SELECTION PROCESS,
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