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Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications

Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications

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JQC holds that live-Tweeting is not ‘broadcasting’

The use of instant electronic communication such as Twitter in courtrooms is not considered broadcasting under the Code of Judicial Conduct, but judges still have the discretion to reasonably regulate the use of such communication in their courtrooms, the Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications has held.
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Judicial candidates warned about campaign content

Candidates for judicial office should not use photographs of courtrooms in their campaign materials, and only incumbent judges should be depicted in judicial robes in campaign ads, according to an advisory opinion from the Indiana Commission on Judicial Qualifications.
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