Eighteen years later, the Code of Conduct launched for judicial officers


Eighteen years after the first local code of ethics for judicial officers was put together, Chancellor of the Judiciary, Justice Yonette Cummings Edwards, saw the need to have that document revised and updated, as she noted that “members of the judiciary are accountable to the public whom they serve,” at the launch of the second wave of code of ethics for judicial officers, on Tuesday.


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