National Forum On Judicial Accountability
Naturally, all members of National Forum On Judicial Accountability (NFOJA) are pro-judicial accountability, but not all of us are clear on the path to appropriate judicial accountability in America that NFOJA proposes; the basis for its specific recommendations; and the short as well as long term benefits of methodically pursuing enactment of NFOJA's model "Citizen Panels On Judicial Misconduct Act".
Although the 2019 holiday season has begun, and it shifts many if not most Americans into a relaxed mode, the down-time is also a good time to ponder the strides NFOJA should make in 2020 and prepare for them at a calm pace. Towards that end NFOJA members with expertise on the following U.S. court subject matters, with emphasis on common obstacles to fair and impartial adjudications in that context, are asked to share their names and U.S. court subject matter specialty as a comment below.
*civil or criminal
NFOJA Administrators want to ensure we have these insights as the entire membership (1) ponders updates to our proposed model legislation; and (2) contemplates the contents of our "Direct Citizen Oversight Package" to be distributed per state in 2020.
In the meantime, all NFOJA members are encouraged to:
Thank You and Happy Holidays!