Ul­ti­mate judg­ment

Austin American-Statesman - - OPINION -

Re: July 16 ar­ti­cle “Judge re­buked but avoids ouster.”

I read with in­ter­est the de­ci­sion to rep­ri­mand and not re­move Judge Sharon Keller for her lapse in judg­ment in fol­low­ing proper pro­ce­dure. It seems that in re­gard to the law of our coun­try, which in fact is based on a very spe­cific code of jus­tice that ev­ery cit­i­zen is en­ti­tled to, some­how the sys­tem failed and failed mis­er­ably.

Keller most cer­tainly will have to face judg­ment on her own day of reck­on­ing, and as sure as I am sit­ting here in Con­necti­cut, Michael Richard will fi­nally have his day in the court that re­ally mat­ters. And Keller will not be the one sit­ting up high on the bench.

DEAN ALDEN MORSE wiz­ardtrues­tar@com­cast.net

nor­wich, Conn.

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