The Michigan Supreme Court has reinstated a formal reprimand against attorney Geoffrey Fieger over “vulgar and crude” comments he made about three judges on a radio show several years ago.

In a 4-3 ruling, Michigan’s high court held that Fieger’s comments, which included calling the judges “jackasses” and likening them to Nazis, were not protected by the Constitution.

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