Showing partiality is personable, honorable; but is it just, constitutional?

print How is it that an honorable Hamilton County jurist allows his court to keep alive an abusive prosecution by city police and the district attorney’s office of a poor black woman who refuses to cave? Admittedly I don’t know the reasons why judge Clarence Shattuck in sessions court passes a rack of criminal charges against a poor African-American caregiver for the elderly to the grand jury. I only speculate. He does it because it is habit. He does not want to break his connections with his familiars in the court system, men and women of the police department overseen … Continue reading Showing partiality is personable, honorable; but is it just, constitutional?