November 12, 2021
Welcome to Institute of Judicial Conduct, Inc. (“IJC”).
In honor of his daughter, Eva Asensio, Manuel P. Asensio founded the IJC is 2016. It was originally incorporated under the name of Every Violation Admonished, Inc., or EVA. Since its formation IJC has become the nation’s leading independent authority on the Judicial Conduct Act of 1980 (Judicial Conduct Act) and machinery that is used to make judicial policy and govern the disciplining of the federal judges.
The IJC has three principal goals: (1) to explore and expose how to prevent and control misconduct by judges within the Federal Judiciary; (2) to explore the manner in which the chief justice of the United States Supreme Court controls the judicial policy making and the regulation of judicial conduct as the presiding officer of US Judicial Conference and the chief executive officer of the Administrative Office of the US Courts, the Federal Judiciary Center, and Federal Judiciary Center Foundation; and (3) to educate Americans on the manner in which these executive positions provided the chief justice an absolute power and unacceptable opportunity to destroy Americans’ constitutional liberty and rights.
At the IJC, Americans’ Bill of Rights is the entire charter of government enacted by the US Constitution that begins with the authoritative statement “We the People” and established its fundamental purpose as the limitation of government jurisdiction in order to “secure the Blessings of Liberty” for the People under God. The greatest protection in the US Constitution is put the occupant of the Office of the American Presidency as the protector of that Constitution over the federal judges especially the judges administrative processes and their policy making.
Thank you and God Bless America, The Institute of Judicial Conduct