Why Judicial Council open meeting requirements should be codified by the legislature

Judicial Council Watcher

I’m sure that we can all agree that the rules of court do not apply to those in power and that no one exists to enforce the rules of court outside of a courtroom.

If someone disputes this, I would like them to provide just one example where the rules of court were enforced by someone other than an actual court holding jurisdiction over a case or the CJP holding a judge accountable for his courtroom behavior.

Just one example will do. 

There is none?

Yup, that’s entirely correct.

The rules of court, if you haven’t yet figured it out are for court. Yet the judicial council and the AOC wish to bamboozle the other two branches with this argument that they are a separate and equal branch of government that should be unburdened by the notion of checks and balances. And Governor Moonbeam’s veto of open meeting requirements last…

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