Judge's Poor Decorum Not Unconstitutional, Ninth Circuit Panel Rules

The 9th Circuit reluctantly ruled Wednesday that Los Angeles Judge Manuel Real’s repeated rebukes of counsel and pointed questioning of witnesses were out of line but not unconstitutional. The judge admonished a female defense attorney more than 100 times in seven days.

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