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    I happened across Merritt on the list of recent deaths on Wikipedia and apparently he died on his birthday, damn
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    It wouldn't surprise me if Jimmy Carter will survive all of his appellate judges. The guy was riding his bicycle regularly until his early 90's and cancer diagnosis a few years ago - a clear indicator he has had good health practices for the majority of his life.

    As for the 6th Circuit, Trump's appointments will keep the court's decisions in our favor for the next 20 years or so as far as this site is concerned. However, I'm still concerned about the ultra-liberals that Biden is about to appoint due to retirements of Ransey Cole, Helene White, and Bernice Donald, and quite possibly Julia Gibbons.

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    Last week Durbin held his first hearing on a circuit court nominee who did not have blue slips from the home state senators and it happened to be a Tennessee seat on the Sixth Circuit. I also heard him mention earlier this month he may nuke them for district court seats as well.

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    Republicans should have nuked them for District Courts while they had the chance...
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    In the long run nuking blue slips on district court seats would benefit the GOP since CA and NY have more seats than TX and FL.

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    The Republicans completely avoided placing Trump judges in seats in states like New Jersey because of the blue slips. This is yet another tally on the failures of the "conservatives" to conserve anything.
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    Federal judge Arthur Tarnow dies following distinguished legal career

    Detroit — U.S. District Judge Arthur Tarnow, who oversaw landmark and lurid cases during a 24-year career on the federal bench, handling everything from Civil Rights and sex discrimination matters to permanently sealing a black book listing thousands of sex ring customers, died Friday.

    He was 79. The cause of death was not immediately available.

    The Detroit native was nominated to the lifetime position by President Bill Clinton in 1997 following a distinguished career as an appellate lawyer representing indigent defendants. He was confirmed by the U.S. Senate the following year.

    He handled several notable cases during his career and was criticized, in recent months, for freeing nearly three dozen inmates during the COVID-19 pandemic — including a convicted drug dealer accused of shooting two women after being freed from prison.

    In 1999, Tarnow temporarily blocked a new state law that would have banned partial birth abortions and imposed maximum penalties of up to life in prison. Two years later, he permanently blocked the law from taking effect.

    The Detroit native, the son of a successful electrical supply businessman, was raised in the affluent Boston Edison district. One neighbor was United Auto Workers President Walter Reuther, whose chauffeur occasionally drove Tarnow to school in a bulletproof Packard.

    Tarnow graduated from Wayne State University Law School in 1965 and spent the next three decades largely working on behalf of indigent defendants and was the first full-time director of the state Appellate Defender Office.

    Tarnow was known for his rumpled demeanor, dry sense of humor and for eschewing the trappings of a job in an industry with lifetime appointments and big egos. He worked in a marbled building with private, judges-only elevators, and security escorts but Tarnow was often spotted alone, including on the streets of downtown Detroit, strolling through a community garden before returning to his courtroom, where he had installed a bell so jurors could alert him for bathroom breaks.

    “Everyone would agree Art did not suffer from the dreaded judicial disease of ‘robe-itis,'” friend and Detroit defense lawyer Steve Fishman said.

    “Art Tarnow was one of the finest people I ever had the privilege of knowing," Fishman added. "In addition to being a great appellate lawyer and a terrific judge, he was a wonderful husband and father. I knew that he was very sick, but it still pains me greatly to hear of his passing.”

    https://www.detroitnews.com/story/ne...er/6609651001/

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    Martin Feldman, federal judge based in New Orleans, dies at 87

    Martin L.C. Feldman, a federal district court judge in New Orleans who served on the bench for nearly four decades, died Wednesday night, his assistant said. He was 87.

    Feldman died around 9:15 p.m. of a massive heart attack at Touro, where he was admitted earlier in the day for a bout of pneumonia, said Donna Wisecarver, his judicial assistant.

    A lifelong Republican nominated to the district judgeship by President Reagan in 1983, Feldman earned a reputation for a quick wit and an iconoclastic streak on the bench. He frequently sparred with federal prosecutors over what he often viewed as government overreach, in pointed verbal jabs or lengthy written opinions.

    Feldman counted a dear friend in Antonin Scalia, the conservative lion of the U.S. Supreme Court who died in 2016. Feldman also served as a mentor to Justice Sonia Sotomayor, an appointee of President Obama.

    Despite a car crash in 2017 that threatened an abrupt end to a colorful career, leaving him recovering for months from a broken hip and ribs, Feldman declined to take "senior status" with a reduced docket, which is available to federal judges at age 65.

    He served a seven-year stint on the Foreign Intelligence Surveillance Court, a secretive panel in Washington, D.C. that authorizes federal eavesdropping in terrorism and espionage cases.

    More recently, Feldman was presiding over the recently delayed federal tax-fraud prosecution of Orleans Parish District Attorney Jason Williams and law partner Nicole Burdett. Most recently, prosecutors were appealing a pre-trial ruling by Feldman that limited the evidence of the DA's tax troubles that they could show a jury.

    A trial in that case had been set for Jan. 24, while Feldman had noted that several other trials were lined up behind it.

    Funeral arrangements were not immediately available.

    https://www.nola.com/news/courts/art...4ab96296f.html

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    Glad that Mike got me interested in the history of the judiciary, and more importantly, how insanely old the people on it are today. Just look at this list:

    https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United..._Ninth_Circuit

    And this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United...ct_of_New_York
    And this: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/United...f_Pennsylvania

    Furthermore, Ronald Gould, Alfred Goodwin, and several others have lived with disabling conditions for many years, and yet they still sit on the bench. Ridiculous. What if they have Alzheimer's or another degenerative nervous system condition that will hinder their work or make it questionable? How are we supposed to even trust them, especially if they spread diseases caused by liberals? I'm sure it's been said on different threads before, but I'll state that we definitely need these people to retire at 70 or 75 - lifetimes are too much. This is especially true when some of them live to be 100 years old.

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    I've read far too many articles about these judges actually going senile on the bench. This is a problem endemic to American politics where all of the political leadership in this nation are ghouls far past their prime. Pelosi, Schumer, Mcconnel, Trump, Biden all of them are in their 70s or older and won't go away it's disgusting.
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