Charles Gardner Geyh is a Professor of Law at the Indiana University Maurer School of Law in Bloomington, Indiana. His research centers on judicial conduct, ethics, procedure, independence, and administration, and he has testified as an expert in several cases involving judicial impeachment. His work on judicial independence, accountability, administration and ethics has appeared in over 40 books, articles, book chapters and reports.
Ethical questions at the nation’s highest court are fueling a renewed focus on judicial ethics. How can bias and perception tilt the scales?
Professor Charles Geyh, an expert in judicial conduct, discusses the ethical obligations of judges and the options available (or not) when judges break the rules – including the U.S. Supreme Court justices....
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