The rise of nasty political campaigns targeting elected state judges nationally, coupled with the cost of judicial elections and a potential backlash over the gay marriage decision, has prompted California’s chief justice to hold the first public forum on preserving impartial courts.

Chief Justice Ron George set out to head off rancorous judicial election contests by launching public discussion of the role of judges in a forum on “Preserving Impartial Courts in California.”

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