Since I have difficulty defining merit and what merit alone means - and in any context, whether it's judicial or otherwise - I accept that different experiences in and of itself, bring merit to the system.
Trump is not the victim of the judicial system; he is or has been the defendant in 3,500 lawsuits - that's not the mark of a victim but rather a perpetrator.
The Senate should consider a rule ensuring that every judicial nominee receives a vote by the Senate within 180 days of being nominated by the president.
My judicial philosophy is fidelity to the law.
There is hardly a political question in the United States which does not sooner or later turn into a judicial one.
The judicial system is really taking an activist role in preventing Trump from implementing his agenda.
Some of the most impressive judicial nominees are grossly mistreated.
JAG is an acronym for the Judge Advocate General, which is the judicial system of the military.
My judicial philosophy is straightforward.
A decision by the Supreme Court to subject Guantanamo to judicial review would eliminate these advantages.
If judicial review means anything, it is that judicial restraint does not allow everything.
I have faith in the judicial system.
The judicial system of Rwanda is not subordinate to France or France's interests.
I personally believe technology can transform the functioning of the judicial system.
You have a good judicial system in the U.S., as you have learned from the Nixon-Watergate period.
The fundamental problem is that there's no credibility in the judicial system, which is a system that's been completely politicized. This is retaliation and selective repression.
Conservative Justices have a history of not standing by their professed commitment to judicial restraint.
The executive branch has grown too strong, the judicial branch too arrogant and the legislative branch too stupid.
In Britain, a 'block list' of harmful Web sites, used by all the major Internet Service Providers, is maintained by a private foundation with little transparency and no judicial or government oversight of the list.
I had the longest judicial vacancy in the history of the United States - on the Eastern District of North Carolina. Not many people know that.