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  1. Matter of Rowe (1989)

    This is a proceeding instituted in the Court on the Judiciary on December 27, 1988, pursuant to art. IV, § 37 of the Delaware Constitution[1] and the Rules of Procedure of the Court on the Judiciary ("Rules") to inquire into charges of judicial misconduct brought against the respondent, William S. Rowe, Jr. The Preliminary Investigatory Committee ("Committee") of the Court filed a report on February 9, 1989 containing its conclusion that there is probable cause to believe that Judge Rowe may [...]

    Court: Court on the Judiciary of Delaware.
  2. Matter of Buckson (1992)

    This matter is before the Court on the Judiciary (the "Court"), for determination of several issues arising out of charges of alleged misconduct filed against the respondent, the Honorable David P. Buckson, an Associate Judge of the Family Court of the State of Delaware ("Judge Buckson" or "respondent"). The conduct in question involves political activities of Judge Buckson in his attempt, without first resigning his judicial office, to seek the endorsement of his party convention for the [...]

    Court: Court on the Judiciary of Delaware.
  3. Matter of Barrett (1991)

    Before CHRISTIE, C.J., HORSEY, MOORE, WALSH and HOLLAND, JJ., and ALLEN, Chancellor, and BIFFERATO, Judge (sitting by designation pursuant to Del. Const. art. IV, § 37) constituting the Court on the Judiciary.


    Court: Court on the Judiciary of Delaware.
  4. Matter of Williams (1997)

    In this proceeding to discipline a member of the judiciary pursuant to the Delaware Constitution,[2] we find that the judicial officer has committed acts of persistent misconduct in violation of the Delaware Judges' Code of Judicial Conduct. Accordingly, we impose a sanction appropriate under all the circumstances.


    Court: Court on the Judiciary of Delaware. Docket: C.J. No. 3, 1996
  5. In Re O'Bier (2003)

    In this proceeding that brings a judicial officer before the Court on the Judiciary pursuant to the Delaware Constitution, we conclude that the judicial officer committed wilful and persistent misconduct that violated the Delaware Judges' Code of Judicial Conduct. For that misconduct we conclude that he must be sanctioned. We further conclude that the judicial officer suffers from a disability that must be adequately treated before he may be permitted to return to his judicial duties.


    Court: Court on the Judiciary of Delaware. Docket: 3, 2002

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