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edhopper

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Thu Jun 20, 2024, 03:31 PM Jun 20

Here's What It Would Look Like to Remove Judge Cannon [View all]

https://www.thebulwark.com/p/what-it-would-look-like-to-remove-judge-cannon

If a district judge’s continued participation in a case presents a significant risk of undermining this public confidence, this Court has the authority and the duty to order the case reassigned to a different district judge. Reassignment may be appropriate, for example, if a judge conducts a trial in a manner that creates the appearance that he is or may be unable to perform his role in an unbiased manner.


So yes, the 11 Circuit should remove Cannon. They should have never let he take the case. Her obvious bias was evident when she had the preliminary case.
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Kick orangecrush Jun 20 #1
K and R senseandsensibility Jun 20 #2
It's prima facie... dchill Jun 20 #3
All true. So who's going to do anything about it? Firestorm49 Jun 20 #4
My question exactly birdographer Jun 20 #10
We all need to make our voices heard and loudly. I have sent my letters to both Alito and Durbin, c-rational Jun 20 #20
FYI,... No more complaints accepted,... magicarpet Jun 20 #30
Interesting. Thanks for info. Honestly, I think complaining about the judge at this point, ain't helping. Silent Type Jun 20 #31
No. They have reversed several of Cannon's pro-Trump, pre-trial, decisions. 3Hotdogs Jun 21 #33
Are you saying that Jack Smith is a Trump Sycophant? brooklynite Jun 21 #34
The little blurb speaks of violating the public's trust Model35mech Jun 20 #13
You can and should file a formal complaint vapor2 Jun 20 #21
Push for it and make it stick. Take it to the airwaves. hadEnuf Jun 20 #5
Yes DENVERPOPS Jun 20 #6
If a showing of lack of public confidence Silver Gaia Jun 20 #7
Because it's Florida FakeNoose Jun 20 #16
"Jack Smith and the other US prosecutors are putting up a major fight to get her removed." former9thward Jun 21 #43
I have personally sent a formal complaint plus 3 other letters vapor2 Jun 20 #22
What would that do if hearings have to be rescheduled in front of another judge? erronis Jun 20 #8
This is a criminal case. Summary judgment is available only in civil cases. rsdsharp Jun 20 #28
Moving to dismiss the charges after the States case is common practice in criminal cases. Pepsidog Jun 21 #41
Yes, I know, but those motions are distinct from a summary judgment motion rsdsharp Jun 21 #42
give it a chance of a fair hearing quakerboy Jun 21 #44
The question is, why do they continue to let it go on this path? William769 Jun 20 #9
Because trump. n/t birdographer Jun 20 #11
There has to be a way. This isn't some small town drunk driving court. lindysalsagal Jun 20 #12
It seemed odd when such an inexperienced judge was assigned such an important case, elocs Jun 20 #14
Part of the Roy Cohn m.o. is to pull strings. Could that be what's happening here? diva77 Jun 20 #15
Who Roy Cohn?! Pas-de-Calais Jun 20 #18
Here are a couple of sources; diva77 Jun 20 #24
Read she was asked to Pas-de-Calais Jun 20 #17
Since when do judges or courts worry about reasonableness. triron Jun 20 #19
41 months and counting (includes foot dragging) republianmushroom Jun 20 #23
Don't want another Judge Cannon? Blame the source of the madness. Initech Jun 20 #25
The fact that Trump appointed her should have been grounds for recusal. OAITW r.2.0 Jun 20 #26
This message was self-deleted by its author Blue Idaho Jun 20 #27
Yes, if it's a final decision, and if jeopardy hasn't attached (which occurs when a jury has been sworn). rsdsharp Jun 20 #29
This message was self-deleted by its author Blue Idaho Jun 21 #38
And who's on the 11th Circuit? Are they also biased? live love laugh Jun 21 #32
The 11th Circuit is 7 (R) appointees and 5 (D) appointees BumRushDaShow Jun 21 #35
Hahahaha ... *sarcasm* We. Are. Fucked. live love laugh Jun 21 #36
Not as fucked as might have happened had this taken place in the 5th Circuit BumRushDaShow Jun 21 #37
Trump himself should be pushing for this Orrex Jun 21 #39
A must read. As a criminal defense attorney I understand how this works but it is still terrifying and another example Pepsidog Jun 21 #40
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