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Judicial code of conduct

Published:Monday | June 27, 2016 | 6:00 AM

THE EDITOR, Sir:

I just read your article in today's In Focus section of The Sunday Gleaner titled 'Judicial code of conduct needed".

So you mean to tell me that all along when a judge commits a procedural breach that violates the rights of a party in the matter and prejudices the case, which thereby causes damages, there is no disciplinary action that could be taken against him or her?

So, what would be the recourse in such an instance? Does the offending party just take the judge's ruling and shut up?

Dujon Russell

dujon.russel@yahoo.com