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Dr. Carl Bernofsky

Carl Bernofsky, Ph.D. is a former professor of biochemistry, Tulane University School of Medicine and Consultant and professor of biochemistry, Mayo Clinic and Mayo Graduate School of Medicine.  He is an advocate for ethical reform as it applies to judicial conflict of interest and the constitutional rights of litigants and a proponent of legislation to broaden and enforce judicial codes of conduct and accountability. 

see his website: www.tulanelink.com


"Judges may be open to more scrutiny",
opinion by Dr. Bernofsky,
Shreveport Times (Louisiana), March 20, 2008



Fifth Circuit's (Current) Rules & Procedures for Judicial Misconduct Complaints
 

Dr. Bernofsky's February 11, 1998 judicial misconduct complaint against U.S. District Court Judge Ginger Berrigan  (Eastern District of Louisiana)


February 23, 1999 dismissal order of Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals Chief Judge Dineen King


Dr. Bernofsky's March 12, 1999 petition for rehearing to the Fifth Circuit Judicial Council


Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals' March 12, 1999 acknowledgment letter


Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals' April 26, 1999 letter transmitting  Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals April 19, 1999 dismissal order, signed by U.S. Circuit Judge E. Grady Jolly

 

 




 

 

 

 

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