Quote of the Day - If I had to live my life again, I'd make the same mistakes, only sooner.
In other works, accountable to virtually no one except the various circuits. And who holds them accountable?
Anyway, enough with my soapbox. Besides, not all federal judges are cantankerous. Some are actually nice (or hot).
My objection is not so much the lack of supervision over the federal judiciary, but more about a pair of cases from the Third Circuit.
Now, we lawyers are required to correct mistakes in the trial court. Sure, we can object, and argue the point, but I wasn't aware that Congress suddenly endowed us lawyers with the ability to actually tell a federal judge what to do.
That's like trying to herd cats, except these cats have big teeth.
I already speak up when I'm in court. Maybe now, I'll start throwing those lightning bolts back.