Today’s Rapid Response Friday follows up on the State of Florida and… sadly… returns one last time to the story of Brett Kavanaugh and the ethics complaints lodged against him and referred to the Tenth Circuit. Oh, and we give you real stuff you can do to make a positive difference! You have to listen!
We begin with a follow-up to Tuesday’s episode where we break some news regarding the Democratic Party’s lawsuit in Florida to extend registration for voting in the 2018 midterms before checking in on the Common Cause/League of Women Voters lawsuit we first discussed on Episode 216.
Then it’s time to tackle the ethics complaints filed against Brett Kavanaugh and referred out by Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts to the Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
Finally, we end with an all new Thomas Takes The Bar Exam #97 regarding the tort of negligent misrepresentation. Thomas needs to go 4-for-4… can he do it? You’ll have to listen and find out! And, of course, if you’d like to play along with us, just retweet our episode on Twitter or share it on Facebook along with your guess and the #TTTBE hashtag. We’ll release the answer on next Tuesday’s episode along with our favorite entry!
Thomas will be at QED in Manchester, UK on Oct. 13 and 14.
Show Notes & Links
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- Click here to read the court’s denial of the TRO filed by the Democratic Party’s in Florida to extend registration for voting in the 2018 midterms.
- And click here to read the newly-filed Common Cause/League of Women Voters lawsuit we first discussed on Episode 216.
- We first discussed the Code of Judicial Ethics on Episode 193.
- This is the Roberts letter referring the Kavanaugh complaints to the Court of Appeals for the Tenth Circuit.
- Click here to read the Rules of Judicial Conduct and Judicial Disability, with proposed changes.
- The law we discussed is 28 U.S.C. § 351 et seq.
- WHAT YOU CAN DO! Click here to comment on the proposed changes to the Rules of Judicial Conduct and Judicial Disability.
- And if you want to apply to work for Fix The Court, check out their notice here.
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