"I just don't see why [Wisconsin Chief Justice Shirley Abrahamson] sees cases the way she does ... favoring criminal defendants' rights over public safety," Koschnick, 48, said.Self-described conservative judge says he can improve society
That would be the same judge who claims the judiciary shouldn't be in the business of setting public policy. Now he's promising to "create a stable economic environment." Are there any journalists in this State paying attention to Judge Koschnick's numerous contradictions?
Or who understand the role of the appellate courts?
"I am interested ... not [in] whether [Robert] Bork has a persuasive or plausible constitutional philosophy, but whether he has any constitutional philosophy at all." — Ronald Dworkin, 08/13/87