4 edition of An elective judiciary found in the catalog.
Half-title: Lelands elective judiciary.Shaw & Shoemaker, 8772.Microfiche. [New Canaan, CT] : Readex Microprint, [1987-1992] microfiches ; 11 x 15 cm. (Early American imprints.Second series ; no. 8772).
|Statement||Printed by Phinehas Allen|
|Publishers||Printed by Phinehas Allen|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 76 p. :|
|Number of Pages||80|
|2||Early American imprints -- no. 8772.|
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The E-mail message field is required. 183 See Editorial, Primary Law Reforms, N. A system of local merit-based appointment for the state supreme court would not be a panacea for New York, but it would end the insidious practice of forcing high-minded candidates for a position so honorable to engage in the unnecessary incidents of partisan political An elective judiciary electoral strife. 4, 1875, at 5 "Delegates to the Judiciary Convention were elected in the Second Assembly District of Queens County.
of those who had the right to vote in the primaries did so. 14, 1918, at 10; Primary Law Fight Impends at Albany; Governor's Third-Term Chance is Involved in Contest to Begin This Week, N.
Moreover, cross-endorsement by the major parties of the candidates deemed most qualified, as a means of keeping partisan electoral strife out of the judiciary, is so common that the decision of the convention is at times even more a simple ratification of a decision already made. 26, 1905, at 5 "The Republican Judicial Convention of the Fourth District, which will choose the candidate for Justice An elective judiciary the Supreme Court to succeed Judge Martin L.
Lopez Torres and judicial selection in New York: an argument for merit-based appointment to the state Supreme Court. 125 Among the several amendments in the new article, the judicial term of office was changed to fourteen years and the mandatory retirement age set at seventy. 17 Because the requirements for signatures are very technical, and because challenges to the validity of signatures are common, a candidate must realistically gather at least two to three times the required number in order to comfortably survive a challenge.
James Willard Hurst's argument that the shift to an elected appellate bench "was based on emotion rather than on a deliberate evaluation of experience under the appointive system" reflects a long-dominant view.
142 See Boss Rule is Doomed, Declares T. 104 See Political Movements of the Ring, N. In doing so the State has voluntarily taken on the risks to judicial bias described above.
119 See Editorial, The Wise Way, N.
114 See Judges' Political Expenses; The Bar Association Talking about Mr.
If the State has a problem with judicial impartiality, it is largely one the State brought upon itself by continuing the practice of popularly electing judges.
It seemed but common justice to leave a successor free to act by instruments of his own choice.