Rendering Judgment 

The Flyer’s John Branston offers his considered opinion on the various authorities (self-appointed and otherwise) who have attempted to judge the judges in this election year. And retired Circuit Court Judge Robert Lanier examines the implications (and complications) of electing a judiciary at the polls, focusing on the Yes/No verdicts awaiting state Supreme Court justices on the August 3rd ballot. For these and other pre-election notes, go to “Political Beat”.

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