by Max Brantley
A desperation pass by Circuit Judge Willard Proctor. He's filed a motion with the state Judicial Discipline and Disability Commission objecting to its sending its recommendation for his removal to the state Supreme Court. He contends the commission had failed in having the panel that recommended his removal initially serve him in writing, not personally, but by a commission employee. Here's his complaint to set the whole shebang aside.
Try that with John Roberts sometime, bub.
If only Proctor had been so particular about the operation of his own court.