The judiciary’s right to investigate errant judges behind closed doors came square in the face with the executive branch’s subpoena power on Tuesday.
A case argued before the New Jersey Supreme Court tests whether a prosecutor can compel the Advisory Committee on Judicial Conduct’s chief investigator to testify in a criminal trial about statements made under cloak of confidentiality.
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