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Oct 29, 2012

Attorney Henry Gornbein returns to discuss the 2012 judicial elections and the importance of voting.

Thirty-nine states elect at least some of their judges, and the vast majority of cases in the United States are heard by elective courts. To safeguard the rights of parties appearing before these courts, its important to be aware of, and reduce reduce the influence of money on judicial elections.

If you're contemplating divorce, chances are, you'll find yourself before a judge.  Henry advises all of us to become more involved in learning about the candidates that may be ruling on your case.  He also addresses the Supreme Court ruling that opened the door for public interest groups designed to sway voters.

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