The Utah Supreme Court has asked for clarification on whether lawyers admitted to practice in the state but not properly licensed can be subject to reciprocal discipline, but added that one thing is clear: calling judges names is a bad idea.

“Name-calling unfortunately abounds in our increasingly tribal culture,” said Utah Chief Justice Thomas Rex Lee. “But for any who may be wondering. it won’t help your cause in our justice system.”

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