These days, many judges – from Supreme Court Chief Justice John Roberts on down – have felt the need to publicly defend the judiciary from attacks that judges make decisions based on political or personal biases. Judicial independence is a hot-button issue, and in this time of hyper partisanship, it seems that almost everyone has an opinion about it. Thankfully, William & Mary law professor Neal Devins, appeared on Court Talk to help shed light on this topic.

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Court Talk (December 17, 2018)