The judge in a democracy should be a must read in any course or research on judicial and constitutional politics menachem hofnung law and politics book review presenting a remarkably balanced view of the power and limitations of judges president barak offers a comprehensive yet humble account of the role of the judiciary within a . A most important contribution to our understanding of the role of a judiciary in a democracy this book will be of wide appeal to judges legal scholars and law students as well as political theorists and others interested in the law and legal institutions frank iacobucci retired justice of the supreme court of canada. A us district judge in milwaukee says supreme court chief justice john roberts and the rest of the conservative majority are actively participating in undermining american democracy judge lynn adelman appointed to the bench by president bill clinton in 1997 blasted roberts in an article titled the roberts courts assault on democracy . The second role of the judge in a democracy is to protect the constitution1 and democracy itself2 legal systems with formal constitutions impose this task on judges but judges also play this role in legal systems with no formal constitution. In an unusual broadside for a sitting federal judge us district judge lynn adelman in wisconsin has taken to the pages of a law journal to attack the record of the supreme court and
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