An Orange County, Calif., judge with a sharp tongue and a history of making insensitive comments about ethnic minorities was publicly admonished Wednesday by the Commission on Judicial Performance.

While hearing two cases in 2004 and 2005, Superior Court Judge James Brooks violated canons requiring jurists to act with courtesy and impartiality, the commission wrote in its three-page decision.

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