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    Judge Judy Judge Essay

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    entitled Judy Judge is a syndication television courtroom series that has captured the attention of the nation. In the show Judge Judy, formally known as Judith Judy Sheindlin, presides over real life small claim cases. She is famously known for outspoken personality and being one of harshest judges in the state of New York (Neubauer & Fradella, 2014). Her show is heavily criticized because it is alleged to because it distorts and underrepresents the real life duty of being a judge. For this assignment

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    Judge In The Crucible

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    is judged by someone who is impartial and applies only the law when judging. In The Crucible, by Arthur Miller, the flaws within the religious Puritan courts are on full display. Danforth, the judge of the trials, is seen by most as the essence of the entire mess. Danforth is one of the most important judges in Puritan society, so his compliance with the Puritan trials should demonstrate that he truly believes in that Judicial process. Yet, throughout the book we see Danforth apply the law, instead

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    that politics plays a role in a Judge’s decision if that Judge is from the lower courts. When you start looking at the judges of higher courts it does play a role in their decision, a small roll, but a role none the less. We have collected data on thousands of sitting state and federal judges in the United States for nearly twenty years using controlled experiments. We present judges with a single hypothetical case so that large numbers of judges respond to the same situation. We have collected this

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    Judges Pros And Cons

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    new form of judicial selection. Today, 31 states appoint judges based on the advice presented by the Governor and help from a nominating committee. In some states, judges will actually appoint their colleagues, this form of appointment occurs mostly in Hawaii and Illinois (Berkson, 1980). Some states,

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    There are several qualifications in order for someone to become a State or federal Judge. However, federal qualifications differ from those of the state. According to Neubauer and Fradella, for someone to become a federal judge, he or she has to become appointed by the president with several others (2014 pp.73). Next, it is up to the Senate to choose which nominee gets to become a federal judge. Once they are appointed by the president and chosen by the senate, they are sent to one out of four

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    When judges are spoken of as a group, they are referred to as the judiciary. There are many different levels of judges, but the basic function is the same at all levels: judges are there to adjudicate on disputes in a fair, unbiased way, applying the legal rules of England and Wales. There is no clear-cut division between civil and criminal judges, as many judges at the various levels are required to sit for both types of case. This in itself causes problem as, before their appointment, most judges

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    Becoming a Judge Have you ever thought about becoming a judge? There are many reasons why becoming a judge is a great idea, reasons such as helping communities by taking bad people off the street and make people in that area feel safe about being home and having fun in their neighborhood or community. Although the judges we have now does not do the best they could at making decisions in court, instead they take the innocent people instead of the guilty people, which makes the guilty people get away

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    Judges and legislators are elected the same way, through partisan elections. They as Democrats and Republicans and are elected by the public, or popular vote- an act of voting by the electorate of a country or area. Like almost everything in the world, there are advantages and disadvantages to the choices we make, and the same goes for who we elect as judges. One of the advantages of electing judges, especially being voted by the public, is that they make decisions that accommodate to the people

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    The Best Kind Of Judge

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    four qualities that belong to a judge and those were to hear courteously, answer wisely, consider soberly, and to decide impartially. The highest legal court, the Supreme Court has nine justices sworn to always provide the people who come before them with good governance and equal justice under law. The best kind of judge is a qualified and qualitative judge who renders to its community to sharpen a nation despite the complexity of the court’s procedures. A judge who reaches their policy conclusions

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    Greed and the desire for notoriety can motivate an individual to do unimaginable things. This was true for former Judge Mark Ciaverella in Luzerne County, Pennsylvania. Ciaverella’s lack of self-control led to an exploitation of power, ultimately changing the lives of numerous juveniles who had the misfortune of coming before his bench. Judge Ciaverella took advantage of how the media sensationalizes juvenile crime in society. He visited schools and offered warnings to children that he would

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