Court Administrators Ethics
The court administrators are the members of the judiciary with the most contact to the public. They act as surrogates for the judge and are vested with crucial decision making powers that are binding over the public. Like the judge, prosecutor and defense attorney the court administrators must hold themselves to the highest ethical standard in order to act with neutrality. This non-credit ethics CLE will go through how the rules of court, judicial canons and case law determine ethical court administrator behavior.