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PROFESSOR CHARLES GARDNER GEYH
(formerly at Cleveland-Marshall College of Law)
(now at Indiana University School of Law)


1998

on November 21, 1998, Professor Geyh received, in-hand, the following primary-source, documentary evidence at the University of Southern California Law School Symposium, "Judicial Independence & Accountability" -- in substantiation of CJA's published article, WITHOUT MERIT: THE EMPTY PROMISE OF JUDICIAL DISCIPLINE, The Long Term View (Massachusetts School of Law), also given to him, in-hand:
        (1) Supreme Court submissions in Sassower v.  Mangano:
                         (cert petition, supplemental brief, petition for rehearing,
                           & impeachment complaint against the Supreme Court Justices)    
        (2)
CJA's statement for inclusion in the record of the House Judiciary Committee's
                  June 11, 1998 "Oversight Hearing of the Administration and Operation of the
                  Federal Judiciary" &
 
       Accompanying Compendium of Documents Annexed to the Statement

       CJA's March 10, 1998 memorandum to House Judiciary Committee

         
CJA's published article, "Without Merit: The Empty Promise of Judicial Discipline",
            
The Long Term View (Massachusetts School of Law) (summer 1997)

     CJA's March 10, 1998 fax coversheets/receipts of certified mailing
       CJA's March 23, 1998 memorandum to House Judiciary Committee
             Ex. A: CJA's March 13, 1998 letter to Professor Burbank
          Ex. B: Professor Burbank's March 15, 1998 fax
          Ex. C: CJA's March 16, 1998 memo to House Judiciary Committee
          Ex. D: CJA's July 22, 1993 letter to National Commission on Judicial Discipline
                    & Removal
          Ex. E: CJA's June 9, 1993 letter to Counsel/House Judiciary Committee
      CJA's March 23, 1998 fax coversheet to House Judiciary Committee
      CJA's May 22, 1998 letter to House Judiciary Committee
          CJA's April 24, 1998 testimony before the Commission on Structural Alternatives
          for the Federal Courts of Appeals
                  "Where Do You Go When Judges Break the Law", $16,600 ad, NYT, 10/26/94
                  "Restraining 'Liars in the Courtroom' and on the Public Payroll", $3,077 ad,
                  NYLJ, 8/27/97
       CJA's May 29, 1998 letter to Administrative Office of the U.S. Courts
       CJA's June 5, 1998 letter to House Judiciary Committee
       Correspondence with House Judiciary Committee during Democratic control:
       CJA's July 29, 1993 letter to Counsel
       CJA's August 26, 1993 letter to Counsel
       January 4, 1994 letter from Counsel
       CJA's January 31, 1994 letter to Counsel
       CJA's December 2, 1994 letter to Counsel
       CJA's December 27, 1994 letter to Counsel
       Correspondence with House Judiciary Committee following the Republican take-over
       CJA's February 2, 1995 letter to staff
       CJA's June 30, 1995 letter to Counsel
       CJA's July 10, 1995 letter to Asst. Counsel
       July 20, 1995 letter from Asst. Counsel
       CJA's November 8, 1995 letter to Asst. Counsel
       CJA's December 1, 1995 letter to Asst. Counsel
       CJA's January 29, 1996 to Counsel/Democratic Minority Side
       CJA's March 28, 1996 letter to Chief Counsel
       CJA's January 20, 1998 fax to Counsel


Professor Geyh’ s November 23, 1998 letter

    cc:  CJA's December 2, 1998 letter to Citizens for Independent Courts Executive Director Virginia Sloan -- "RE: Citizen Participation in a 'Citizens' Organization"

      SEE:  Citizens for Independent Courts-Constitution Project

CJA’s faxed and mailed December 9, 1998 letter -- "RE: CJA's document-supported critique"
           Ex. A:  Professor Geyh's November 23, 1998 letter, with photocopy of envelope
           Ex. B:  CJA's December 2, 1998 letter to Virginia Sloan, Executive Director/Citizens for Independent Courts

                     SEE: Test Cases-Federal (Mangano)
                    
SEE:  Citizens for Independent Courts

CJA’s superseding faxed and mailed December 9, 1998 letter to Professor Geyh, with December 10th coverletter -- "RE: Retraction and Apology"

Professor Geyh’s mailed December 9, 1998 letter to CJA, postmarked December 11, 1998


2008

CJA's April 21, 2008 letter -- "RE: Building Evidence-Based Scholarship on Federal
Judicial Discipline (& Selection) -- CJA's March 6, 2008 letter to the Chief Justice &
Accompanying Critique of the Breyer Committee Report

                                SEE:   Judicial Discipline-Federal

     cc:   CJA's Law Day-May 1, 2008 memo to Constitution Project -- "RE: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report & Letter to the Chief Justice; and (2) CJA's April 18, 2008 Comments to the Judicial Conference Committee on Codes of Conduct on the Proposed Revision to the Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

     cc:     CJA
's May 2, 2008 memo to American Judicature Society -- "RE: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report & Letter to the Chief Justice; and (2) CJA's April 18, 2008 Comments to the Judicial Conference Committee on Codes of Conduct on the Proposed Revision to the Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

     cc:     CJA's May 5, 2008 memo to American Bar Association -- "RE: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline: (1) CJA's March 6, 2008 Critique of the Breyer Committee Report & Letter to the Chief Justice; and (2) CJA's April 18, 2008 Comments to the Judicial Conference Committee on Codes of Conduct on the Proposed Revision to the Code of Conduct for United States Judges"

     cc:  May 12, 2008 e-mail from American Judicature Society -- "Re: Confronting Evidence: The Corruption of Federal Judicial Discipline"

     cc:  CJA's May 30, 2008 memo to American Judicature Society -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980
 

     cc:  CJA's May 30, 2008 letter to Justice at Stake Campaign  -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980 
    
     cc:  CJA's May 30, 2008 memo to Constitution Project  -- "RE: Serving Congress and the Public by Critical Scholarship: (1) Federal Judicial Pay Raises; & (2) Breyer Committee Report on the Implementation of the Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 1980     

 

 

 

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