The Responsible Judge: Readings in Judicial Ethics (331) download epub
by John T. Noonan Jr.,Kenneth I. Winston
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John Thomas Noonan Jr. (October 24, 1926 – April 17, 2017) was a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit. Born in Boston, Massachusetts, Noonan attended the John D. Runkle School and the Rivers School. Noonan entered Harvard University in 1944 and graduated summa cum laude two years later with a Bachelor of Arts in English. While at Harvard he wrote for the Harvard Crimson and was elected to Phi Beta Kappa.
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The Responsible Judge: Readings in Judicial Ethics (331) by John T. Professor Noonan strips the façade from judge-made law, and exposes the often unpleasant reality that citizens must confront daily.
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Judge Noonan wrote opinions as a jurist on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on contentious issues such as assisted .
Judge Noonan wrote opinions as a jurist on the Ninth Circuit Court of Appeals on contentious issues such as assisted suicide and illegal immigration. John T. a federal judge and polymath who defied ideological pigeonholing on profound issues like assisted suicide, the death penalty, civil liberties and illegal immigration, died Monday in Berkeley, Calif. He was 90. The cause was heart failure, his daughter Susanna Howard said.
Society and individual members thereof who approach the court in conscience desire justice. They place their hope not only in the knowledge but also in the morality of the judges. At a time when the values of the judiciary are under intense scrutiny, Noonan and Winston present an extensive, highly informed collection of readings with commentary and explication. They address the concept and role of judge, the act of judging, and the requirements and potential abuses inherent in the system and process of sitting in judgment. This is a reflective, yet eminently realistic consideration of the fundamental issues and questions involved in establishing a reasonable framework for assessing judicial morality.
The work first examines qualities of the ideal, corrupt, and over-zealous or political judge. The editors next address the judge's role and response in view of the tensions rising not only from the facts of the case and legal precedents but also from such human qualities as compassion. They also look at the power of social expectations and personal beliefs as possible influences on judicial decisions. Finally, the editors consider the need judges have for independence and study that necessary factor in relationships to accountability and also potential for abuse. This is a learned, inclusive, yet accessible and captivating, work. It will clarify and reinvigorate discussion of critically important issues fundamental to an ethical judiciary.