Judicial Realism Is Dangerous
Judges reach decisions on matters before them, then find laws to support their predetermined result. They may ignore laws that dictate a different outcome and conveniently disregard prior decisions that have a bearing on the cases in front of them.
by Gerald Sauer
Imagine scientists manipulating data in order to prove their hypotheses. That would be considered a gross violation of scientific protocol, mandating the harshest sanctions against the researchers and rejection of their research.
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