2004 Sup. Ct. Rev. [ii] (2004)

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Judges as persons, or courts as institutions, are entitled to
no greater immunity from criticism than other persons
or institutions ... [J]udges must be kept mindful of their limitations and
of their ultimate public responsibility by a vigorous
stream of criticism expressed with candor however blunt.
-Felix Frankfurter
... while it is proper that people should find fault when
their judges fail, it is only reasonable that they should recognize the
difficulties.... Let them be severely brought to book,
when they go wrong, but by those who will take the trouble
to understand them.
-Learned Hand

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