Judicial Conduct Act Legislative And Implementation History

The Institute of Judicial Conduct (“IJC”) is the American people’s independent authority on the administration “Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980” (Act) (1). The Act created a system of 13 Judicial Councils, and the Judicial Conference that is effectively a national citizens’ review board to govern the conduct of the federal judges. The Act empowers any person to confront a federal judge or group of federal judges with a complaint about their conduct. The Act created a simple system above all US Courts to protect Americans from the federal judges that behave badly and do not demonstrate “Good Behavior.”

The Judicial Conduct Act has been turned on its head. Instead of empowering the American people to protect themselves from against organized corruption by the federal judges, the power given to the chief justice as the presiding officer of the Judicial Conference is being openly issued to operate a national policy making organization that is directly infringing on the freedom and liberty of all American through deliberate lawbreaking by the federal judges.  Whatever, the daily harms and damages this brings to any one or very thousand or ten  thousand American or one family, this corruption is an act of treason.  It is a violation of the separation of powers.  The DRE is only one of the national jurisdictional rules that federal judges fabricate and enforce themselves without authority. But it is certainly the most repulsive – it harms innocent children.

Below is a compilation of academic studies to teach  you about federal judicial conduct so we together can put a stop to the manias that have take control of our nation.

(1) Public Law 96–458 (S 1873),October 15, 1980, 94 Stat 2035, 18 USC. The “Judicial Council Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act” of 1980 (US Code, Title 28 Judiciary and Judicial Procedure, Part I: Organization of Courts, Chapter 16, titled “Complaints against Judges and Judicial Discipline” [§§ 351–364]). The “Conferences and Councils of Judges Law” and the “21st Century Department of Justice Appropriations Authorization Act” enacted under Pub. L. 107-273 and incorporates the “Judicial Improvements Act of 2002,” which enacts USC Title 28 Chapter 16 and amends §§ 331, 332, 372, 375, and 604. For the legislative history, see H.R. Rep. 107-459 (2002).

 DateReport NameDownload
1June 25, 1948Judiciary and Judicial Procedure Public Laws CH. 646
2June 25, 1948Title 28 Judiciary and Judicial Procedure
3December 20, 1967Federal Judicial Center Statute
4October 10, 1979Senate Judiciary Committee on Judicial Conduct
5October 15, 1980Jimmy Carter - Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 Statement on Signing S. 1873
6October 15, 1980Judicial Council Reform Act PL 96-458 (S 1873)
7October 15, 1980Judicial Councils Reform and Conduct Act of 1980 - Original Print
8December 15, 1980Procedural Rulemaking Under the Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980
91989Regulating Judicial Misconduct and Divining "Good Behavior" for Federal Judges
10August 2, 1993Report of the National Commission on Judicial Discipline and Removal
11October 2, 1993Kastenmeier National Commission on Judicial Discipline and Removal
12November 13, 2000Federal Courts Improvement Act 2000
13March 1, 2002The Expiration of the Civil Justice Reform Act of 1990
14May 31, 2005Congressional Oversight of Judges and Justices
15September 15, 2006Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980
16March 11, 2008Rules For Judicial-Conduct and Judicial-Disability Proceedings
172009The Judicial Conference of the United States: Where Federal Court Policy Is Made
18April 7, 2011CRS Judicial Discipline Process: An Overview
192012The Institutional Politics of Federal Judicial Conduct Regulation
20April 25, 2013Brookings Testimony on the Judicial Conduct and Disability System
21May 16, 2015Congressional Authority Over the Federal Courts
22October 20, 2015Brochure on Judicial Conduct and Discipline In the Federal Courts