are you in law school in the states? i'm writing this because your post has a "english as a second language" quality. i'm not trying to offend you, honestly. it's just that some of your grammar errors are quite jarring. if you have not started 1L as of yet, you might want to pick up a copy of strunk's "the element of style." this will help, alot. oh, i never heard of a judge actually hitting a lawyer. but, i suppose there is some sort of judicial review board to which one could make a complaint.
Why are you giving him advice about starting 1L year in the United States? I just assumed he already went to school in another country.And the judge would get hauled into jail, just like any other person that hits someone. No "review board". Procedurally, since the judge is gone and facing battery charges against a party in the proceeding, there would obviously have to be a new trial.
i honestly don't think it's so cut and dried. i think there is a political aspect to this that can't be swept under a rug. an atty who brings charges against a judge runs some career risk.
I wonder if how to deal with it when a judge hit a lawyer in America.is it the work of Senate?and what is the process?thanks in advance.Perhaps you have never heard of such matter in America,but in other country,it actually happened.
Oh I know where the original poster is coming from... stuff like judges assaulting attorneys and viceversa are quite common in countries like mine for example. But like it was said... there's no way around it, he should face battery charges for taking a fist the other guy. In my country such judge would also face suspention from the Supreme Court, I dont know if such thing applies in the jurisdiction where the offense took place.
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