104 Judicature 67 (2020)
Over time, the public has simply ceased to believe judges when say that they follow the law, and nothing but. If judges impose their ideological policy preferences, the argument goes, why should they be independent from political controls, when other policymakers are not? We have reached the point where, when judges seek to defend the customs and conventions that have guarded against incursions upon their independence by arguing that “we are all about the law and nothing else,” the public response has increasingly become, “No, no, no, your nose is growing.”
Geyh, Charles G., "Judicial Independence: Tweak the Guiding Paradigm" (2020). Articles by Maurer Faculty. 2939.