We all remember presiding Texas Judge "Killer" Keller who famously refused to respond or hold open the Clerk of Courts office in the case of Michael Richard who was put to death that night in Texas two years ago. His appellate attorney who had had major technical difficulties printing needed documents called Judge Keller at 4:45, while enroute to file legal papers that might have stayed his execution. On the stand, in her judicial disciplinary trial, Keller testified she would have done nothing differently.
Late yesterday afternoon, the Dallas Morning News reported at their website that the Judge who presided over her Judicial ethics matter, believes that Judge Keller should receive no sanction, not even a reprimand, because her public humiliation has "been enough." Huh? Are you kidding us?
Let's see, deny due process, in Texas, inmate dies--that'll be no sanction.