With ‘judges judging judges,’ rogues on the bench have little to fear
In Oklahoma, not a single judge was publicly disciplined in 14 years. When a judge was charged with wrongdoing, he was allowed to resign and keep his pension.
Mispronounce his name, arrive a few seconds late, fail to rise quickly: The smallest slight could set District Court Judge Curtis DeLapp off. He fined one juror $340.70 after she objected to his behavior
investigation: Judges who preside over a legal system built on the idea dispensing justice in public often take the punishment for their own wrongdoing in secret - if at all.