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  • Howard
    July 02, 2010 - 13:20

    Justice Orsborn should not be the one to determine if it is fitting for him to continue to hear this case. How ridiculous is our legal system getting when its arrogance precludes such decisions being made by an independent and unbiased third party? At least that way the general public would be fooled into thinking there is some transparency and reasonable process. It compares to the RNC investigating criminal matters or charges against its own members. What a joke!

  • Not Surprised
    July 02, 2010 - 13:18

    I am in agreement with Howard, but this does not surpriseme, it seems the members of our justice system can do what they want, they are not accountable to anyone. It is absolutely ridiculous for a judge to make a decision on whether or not he should/could oversee a case without prejiduce. Of course he is not going to say he would be prejiduce, our justice system is a joke, and it is acts like this one that makes it the joke it is.

  • Willow
    July 02, 2010 - 13:14

    This is funny, but it shouldn't be. Why can't this decision be made by some independent body, so much for democracy. Another case for elected and not appointed judges.

  • GAR
    July 02, 2010 - 13:11

    It's nice of Justice Orsborn to discuss the matter with himself and agree with himsel that he should continue to preside over these cases. If he had disagreed with himself he likely would have overruled himself and then decide to agree with himself anyway. No doubt he listened to himself intently but didn't hear any dissenting opinions. So there you have it. Justice has been served. Move on, nothing more to be seen here.

  • Howard
    July 01, 2010 - 20:02

    Justice Orsborn should not be the one to determine if it is fitting for him to continue to hear this case. How ridiculous is our legal system getting when its arrogance precludes such decisions being made by an independent and unbiased third party? At least that way the general public would be fooled into thinking there is some transparency and reasonable process. It compares to the RNC investigating criminal matters or charges against its own members. What a joke!

  • Not Surprised
    July 01, 2010 - 20:00

    I am in agreement with Howard, but this does not surpriseme, it seems the members of our justice system can do what they want, they are not accountable to anyone. It is absolutely ridiculous for a judge to make a decision on whether or not he should/could oversee a case without prejiduce. Of course he is not going to say he would be prejiduce, our justice system is a joke, and it is acts like this one that makes it the joke it is.

  • Willow
    July 01, 2010 - 19:53

    This is funny, but it shouldn't be. Why can't this decision be made by some independent body, so much for democracy. Another case for elected and not appointed judges.

  • GAR
    July 01, 2010 - 19:47

    It's nice of Justice Orsborn to discuss the matter with himself and agree with himsel that he should continue to preside over these cases. If he had disagreed with himself he likely would have overruled himself and then decide to agree with himself anyway. No doubt he listened to himself intently but didn't hear any dissenting opinions. So there you have it. Justice has been served. Move on, nothing more to be seen here.