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O’Connor’s advocacy raising ethical questions (access required)

Since stepping down from the U.S. Supreme Court in 2006, retired Justice Sandra Day O'Connor has traveled the nation advocating for the end of state judicial elections. She has also continued to work, sitting on federal appellate courts, hearing dozens of cases and handing down opinions. But some legal ethics experts say she should not be ...

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  1. The price of silence has cost more people their freedom than any amount of words they could ever speak, so having said that I believe Justice O’Connor is putting her freedom where her mouth is, because it’s better to fight for your rights and beliefs than be force to believe you have no right to have your own thoughts and beliefs, even when you turn off the lights you can still hear me!-Born to do battle, drafted at birth.a.k.a.Warrior Breed!-Michael E. McKinzy, Sr.-04-11-2011

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