Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Against Religion-Pushing Judge

Appeals Court Upholds Ruling Against Religion-Pushing Judge February 18, 2015

About ten years ago, a court administrator in a state district court here in Michigan filed a complaint against the chief judge of the district, Judge Mark Somers, about his frequent discussion of his religious views in court. In retaliation, Somers fired her. She filed suit and won and now the 6th Circuit Court of Appeals has upheld that ruling. You can read the full ruling here. Unfortunately, that judge is still on the bench.

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