The 83 claims filed by lawyers, doctors, professors and other concerned citizens accuse Kavanaugh of making false statements during his Senate confirmation hearings, displaying a lack of judicial temperament, making inappropriate partisan statements and treating members of the Senate Judiciary Committee with disrespect. However, the allegations must be dropped, according to the 10th Circuit judicial panel because ethics rules for the judiciary do not extend as high as the Supreme Court. Read yesterday’s order here.
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