All attorneys have to get occasional continuing education credits to keep their license, but rarely is it because a judge orders them to do so. But professional voter fraud liar Kris Kobach, probably the next governor of Kansas, has been ordered back to school by the federal judge in that recent case he lost so badly.
In sanctioning Kobach, the judge gave the secretary of state roughly one year to provide proof of the additional training, which would be part of the mandatory continuing legal education classes that many attorneys take to maintain their law licenses.Robinson cited “a pattern and practice by [Kobach of flouting] disclosure and discovery rules that are designed to prevent prejudice and surprise at trial. It’s unclear, she said, whether he “repeatedly failed to meet his disclosure obligations intentionally or due to his unfamiliarity with the federal rules.”
Kobach, we’ll note, is a Harvard graduate who earned his law degree at Yale and was a law clerk at the U.S. Court of Appeals for the 10th Circuit. He also taught constitutional law as a professor at the University of Missouri, Kansas City, according to his official biography.
He knows the rules, he’s just a dishonest slimeball with an axe to grind and an agenda to push. Kudos to the judge for not letting him get away with it.