CHIEF JUST ROBERTS refers 15 JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT COMPLAINTS re Kavanaugh to federal appeals court...

Jul 2015
Gee and we WONDER WHY KAVANAUGH WAS "PLOWED THROUGH" by McConnell. Did MC CONNELL know full well these were coming?? We'll find out just how HONEST Roberts is now? And what if the court of appeals oversight group FIND JUDICIAL MISCONDUCT? Whoops, too late?? Not 3 or 5 or 8 but 15. Just LIES during his nomination/confirmation process or other misconduct?

Roberts refers judicial misconduct complaints against Kavanaugh to federal appeals court in Colorado

By Ann E. Marimow and
Tom Hamburger
October 10 at 4:36 PM

Chief Justice John G. Roberts Jr. on Wednesday referred more than a dozen judicial misconduct complaints filed recently against Brett M. Kavanaugh to a federal appeals court in Colorado.

The 15 complaints, related to statements Kavanaugh made during his Senate confirmation hearings, were initially filed with the federal appeals court in Washington, where Kavanaugh served for the last 12 years before his confirmation Saturday to the Supreme Court.

The allegations center on whether Kavanaugh was dishonest and lacked judicial temperament during his Senate testimony, according to people familiar with the matter.
Last month, a judge on the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit asked Roberts to refer the complaints to another appeals court for review after determining that they should not be handled by judges who served with Kavanaugh on the D.C. appellate court.

In a letter Wednesday to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit, Roberts said he selected the court in Colorado to “accept the transfer and to exercise the powers of a judicial council with respect to the identified complaints and any pending or new complaints relating to the same subject matter.”

[D.C. Circuit sent complaints about Kavanaugh’s testimony to Chief Justice Roberts]

The Denver-based appeals court is led by Chief Judge Timothy M. Tymkovich, the former solicitor general of Colorado who was nominated to the bench by President George W. Bush. The 10th Circuit handled another recent judicial misconduct case from Washington involving the former chief judge of the District Court.

It is unclear what will come of the review by the 10th Circuit. The judiciary’s rules on misconduct do not apply to Supreme Court justices, and the 10th Circuit could decide to dismiss the complaints as moot now that Kavanaugh has joined the high court....

Roberts refers judicial misconduct complaints against Kavanaugh to federal appeals court in Colorado
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