Change may come for ethics reports

Miller, Valerie
June 2008
Las Vegas Business Press (10712186);6/16/2008, Vol. 25 Issue 24, pP16
The article discusses a proposal by Nevada federal courts to release ethics commissions reports in a timely manner. The entry notes that the changes in ethics commission reporting seeks to resolve any unfavorable treatment of the court's panel members due to delayed release of the commissions findings. It cites that the ethics panel that handled the investigation of federal judge James Mahan failed to announce its findings to the public several months after Mahan was cleared of bias allegations from the Los Angeles Times.


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