Ginni Thomas Texts Show Why the Supreme Court Needs a Code of Conduct
The Brennan Center for Justice presents an analysis of why SCOTUS should have a binding ethics code! Read the article supporting the SIL22568.
“On April 6, Congressional Democrats introduced legislation in the House and Senate that would impose new ethics and recusal rules on the federal judiciary and the Supreme Court. The bill would, among other things, require the Supreme Court to adopt a code of conduct within 180 days of enactment or be subject to the existing code that applies to other federal judges. It would also codify new recusal standards and require requests for a justice’s recusal to be reviewed by the full Court, a change from the current practice of justices making individual decisions on recusal.“