With Supreme Court deadlocked, commission drops Gableman ethics case
by Patrick Marley
July 8, 2010
The case so divided the justices that they issued their decisions under separate case numbers — an unprecedented move for any set of judges, according to James Sample, a professor at Hofstra Law School in Hempstead, N.Y., who has followed the case.
“This is the first time where I think it became clear that in addition to principle, this court is deeply divided on a personal level,” he said. “That group of seven is an incredibly awkward forced marriage.”
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