Cancel Culture and Free Speech are taking a step into the Judges’ chambers, as zConnecticut Judges ponder the ramifications of injecting ‘social justice’ moral constructs into their ethics boards considerations. However, some of these moral assumptions would, could violate the sacred preservation of free thought, even for government officials, even for Judges, so long as their beliefs, values, are not reflected as their source of adjuctication.
Rule 8.4(g): About Time or Unconstitutional Cancel Culture?
A move is on to have Connecticut judges adopt ABA Model Rule of Professional Conduct 8.4(g) which would make harassing or discriminatory behavior an ethics violation. It’s probably long overdue, but those proposing it had better be very cautious, as the line between permissible and prohibited government regulation of speech is as thin as spider’s silk.
URGENT! Cancel Culture and Free Speech – The Judges Get Judged
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