No Judge who is corrupt, who condones corruption in others, can possibly remains on the Bench.

Thursday, June 25, 2009

Canons of Judicial Conduct for the State of Virginia

Canons of Judicial Conduct for the State of Virginia

To Mothers abused by Judge's misconduct, I Urge you to review the Canons of Judicial Conduct.

Report any Violation occur in your case.

The Canons of Judicial Conduct is intended to establish standards for ethical conduct of judges. It consists of broad statements called Canons, specific rules set forth in Sections under each Canon and Commentary.

The text of the Canons and the Sections is authoritative. Each Commentary, by explanation and example, is advisory and provides guidance with respect to the purpose and meaning of the Canons and Sections. The Commentary is not intended as a statement of additional rules. When the text uses "shall" or "shall not" or "must" or "must not" it is intended to impose binding obligations the violation of which can result in disciplinary action. When "should" or "should not" is used, the text is intended as a statement of what is or is not appropriate conduct but not as a binding rule under which a judge may be disciplined. When "may" is used, it denotes permissible discretion or, depending on the context, it refers to action that is not covered by specific proscriptions..........