Judith S. Kaye, Chief Judge of the State of New York, writes: Called the "weakest" or "least dangerous," the judicial branch is perhaps better described as the least understood, beginning with the terminology "judicial independence" and "independent courts," which to some signal arrogance, imperialism, freedom from accountability. Not at all true. More accurately, we are neutral and impartial - the only nonpolitical branch of government.
The Value of an Independent Judiciary
New York Law Journal
May 1, 2008
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