The Obama administration is fighting a federal judge’s order requiring it to explain why the government places US citizens who haven’t been convicted of any violent crimes on its no-fly database.
In Judge Tyrie Boyer’s Courtroom, agreements are optional. They are more guidelines than something that is to be followed. Unless of course, they involve paying money to a woman.
In the opinion of the court.com staff, Judge Tyrie Boyer is one of the worst judges in the State.
An update on the Dan Brewington case where an Indiana Appellate court tramples someone’s free speech rights.
Indiana Appellate Judge John G. Baker: “It was Judge Ezra H. Friedlander who filed the Anonymous Decision in Brewington Divorce Appeal.”
Imagine if Justice Breyer or Justice Scalia could muzzle people criticizing them? It would be an outrage. And yet, power-hungry, circle-the-wagons Judges in Indiana are muzzling people. It is sickening in the United States that this could occur. It sounds Banana-Republic-esque. Perhaps that describes the Indiana Judiciary. In Court.com’s opinion, they should be ashamed of themselves.
A court in Indiana has held criticizing Judges to be a crime! The Indiana Court ignores the free speech, First Amendment implications here and should be reversed: