Two Judges Join Eastern District in Close Confirmation

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Two nominees for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania were confirmed by the Senate on Wednesday, leaving five empty seats on the bench.

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    How does any attorney even pursue a nomination for a federal judgeship, when that attorney refuses even to make a local phone call to ensure that public servants in law-enforcement -- e.g., a District Attorney and an Under-Sheriff (both of whom are attorneys) -- obey the law and save innocents‘ lives, while also stopping judicial corruption in the local courts?

    If that newly-confirmed federal judge does not obey the Rules of Professional Conduct, then how can anyone have confidence in any decision he will make during a lifetime appointee on the federal bench?

    Oh, and by the way, the Senate Judiciary Committee was fully aware of the problem before voting on this nominee’s confirmation.

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