The Judicial Sector in Latin America and the Caribbean: Elements of Reform, Volumes 23-319
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Page 7 - judicial role (in their interpretation of the law), (b) in opposition to what others, who have or are believed to have political or judicial power, think about or desire in like matters, and (c) particularly when a decision adverse to the
Page 7 - (a) the degree to which judges believe they can decide and do decide consistent with their own personal attitudes, values and conceptions of the judicial role (in their interpretation of the law),
Page 18 - Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980.
Page 18 - procedural ruling, or if it is frivolous. He can also conclude the proceeding upon finding that appropriate corrective action has been taken. Otherwise, the chief judge must appoint a special committee, consisting of the chief judge and equal numbers of circuit and district judges, to investigate the complaint and file a report with the council...".
Page 7 - or desires of those with political or judicial power may bring some retribution on the judges personally or on the power of the court.
Page 71 - Developing Countries, Legal Aid and World Poverty: A Survey of Asia. Africa and Latin America (1974).
Page 72 - James A. Gardner, Legal Imperialism: American Lawyers and Foreign Aid in Latin America (1980).
Page 18 - Politics and progress in implementing the Federal Judicial Discipline Act.