Given the current state of evidence pertaining to Judge Kavanaugh’s fitness to serve on the United States Supreme Court, the Senate’s majority decision to confirm appears assuaged by its persistent assertion that the allegations of misconduct leveled against the judge boil down to a case of she-said-he-said and that not even a criminal prosecution could sustain a conviction on such insufficient evidence.
Sober as a judge. One of the greatest compliments one can bestow on another grown-up. We have great expectations for those we trust as judges. This is especially true in districts where judges serve for life as in the Supreme Court, federal courts and in Hawaii state courts.