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Agree. Need a lot more info than that to say which way that judge leans imo. I would hope that the people that filed the injunction chose the most favorable court they could (they would be brain-dead if they did not). I don't know much about how they can choose though. There must be a reason why they wanted it heard in Pendleton.I fail to see anything there that would convince me of her stance on 2A one way or the other. I do see her concern for violating the Code of Conduct as perhaps showing her morals and ethics are intact, and that's way ahead of a lot of judges.
Maybe we get luck and she doesn't read this thread....Maybe we'll be lucky and shes in the closet into firearms and watches youtube videos
Is the fact that she refused to comment on the merits of Stevens' dissent, and the USSC decision in Heller supposed to mean something? I've read and briefed thousands of USSC cases and I don't gather anything about her leanings one way or the other from that document.Judge immergut who will be presiding over measure 114 legality is not a friend to gun owners. So expect the worst.
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Standard boilerplate answers in that attachment. I’m assuming the page posted is from her confirmation but it could be anything without citation.Judge raised in New york
College amherst which is super left
Law school berkeley
Life time democrat till democrats did not put her on the bench.
While she states in her other questions she cannot answer. She did answer on heller stating the state has a right to restrict gun ownership. This is pre NYsRPA vs bruen but you can see her thinking process.
Also she is the federal judge in portland not pendleton.
I have deep concerns. OFF is not competent enough to handle this case