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Note: The comments and questions on this page came from people who visited this website. Please feel free to send your comments and questions to Professor Brenner (brenner@udayton.edu). She will respond privately, and may ask permission to post your message on this page. No one's e-mail will be used without first obtaining their permission, and names and e-mail addresses are removed before a comment is posted. Starting in 2002, the responses posted to the site indicate which of us replied: The initials SWB mean Professor Brenner wrote the response; the initials LES mean Professor Shaw wrote the response. We are also putting the year down, to indicate when the response was posted. If no initials appear, Professor Brenner wrote the response.

I think a federal judge is violating the law how do I get a grand jury to investigate him?

If a federal judge is hearing a case brought by his former employee and the Judge has a chance for financial gain based on his decisions, and his previous decisions in the matter have been made without due process . . . who would investigate this judge for breaking the law? Would it be a federal grand jury? How do you contact them and remain anonymous?

Response:


If you think a federal judge has violated the law, you should bring that to the attention of the local federal prosecutor, the U.S. Attorney for that district.
The U.S. Attorney can open an investigation, having taken the necessary steps to do so, and then take it to a grand jury. And the U.S. Attorney's office would respect confidentiality.

SWB

2002

  

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