Veterans March has released Part I their investigative report in the case of Potter V. Holmes. Part I pertains to Judge David h. McCormick. The report includes formal charges that will be presented to the Arkansas Judicial & Disability Commission.
The full report can be obtain at JusticeForFredPotter.com by registering in The Community Forum.
Investigative Report of Judge David H. McCormick, 15th Judicial Circuit, Division 2, Scott County, Arkansas.
Potter V. Holmes
An independent, fair and impartial judiciary is indispensable to our system of justice. The United States legal system is based upon the principle that an independent, impartial, and competent judiciary, composed of men and women of integrity, will interpret and apply the law that governs our society. Thus, the judiciary plays a central role in preserving the principles of justice and the rule of law. Inherent in all the Rules contained in this Code are the precepts that judges, individually and collectively, must respect and honor the judicial office as a public trust and strive to maintain and enhance confidence in the legal system.
Judges should maintain the dignity of judicial office at all times, and avoid both impropriety and the appearance of impropriety in their professional and personal lives. They should aspire at all times to conduct that ensures the greatest possible public confidence in their independence, impartiality, integrity, and competence.
The Arkansas Code of Judicial Conduct establishes standards for the ethical conduct of judges and judicial candidates. It is not intended as an exhaustive guide for the conduct of judges and judicial candidates, who are governed in their judicial and personal conduct by general ethical standards as well as by the Code. The Code is intended, however, to provide guidance and assist judges in maintaining the highest standards of judicial and personal conduct, and to provide a basis for regulating their conduct through disciplinary agencies.
The United States Equal Employment Opportunity Commission uses an investigative technique know as “Statistical Evidence” which shows patterns of illegal discrimination and/or harassment.
In reviewing the cases that Judge McCormick has ruled in, along with conducting interviews with litigants, the same methodology and investigative techniques used by the EEOC was also incorporated.
Furthermore, observation, research and interviews were included investigative techniques.
Whereas, the findings of the investigation makes formal charges that Judge David H. McCormick, 15th Judicial Circuit, Division 2, did and is willfully in violation of Cannon Code of Ethics and the Arkansas Judicial Code of Conduct as herein stated…
*The full report can be obtain at JusticeForFredPotter.com by registering in The Community Forum.