Prof. James Sample Comments on Gableman Ethics Case in Milwaukee Journal Sentinel

With Supreme Court deadlocked, commission drops Gableman ethics case
by Patrick Marley
Journal Sentinel
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.”

Read the full article at jsonline.com.

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