Monday, January 15, 2007

Nifong Conduct Rebuked Early

by Joseph Neff - January 15th, 2007 - The News And Observer

"I do not understand why you will reportedly speak to the media in such certain, condemning terms before all the evidence is in, but you will not have the courtesy to meet or even speak with a representative of someone you have publicly condemned, despite your knowledge of the presumption of innocence and your position as an officer of the court bound by the Rules of Professional Conduct related to pre-trial publicity."

Is it actually possible that our court system will discipline one of their own? I still have trouble believing we will see justice for Nifong based on the standard way in which our courts whitewash this kind of scandal. Nor do I believe that the "rule of judges" will be reduced significantly by this emabarrasement. Our courts are corrupt. But this is interesing!


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