Happy Friday from Brad and Avalon here at the NLJ’s Bench Report. This week, we’re taking a look at a couple of different topics, including ethics codes for justices and a look at administrative stays. Plus, we’re sure you caught former Judge Michael Luttig’s testimony during last week’s Jan. 6 hearing, but did you see his explanation for why he was speaking slowly? It was a deliberate move, and we have more on that below.

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Most Judges Want Justices Bound by Ethics Code

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