Websites Launch Voting for the Nation's Worst Judges of 2006

Share Article and have added a new feature that allows the public and attorneys to anonymously vote for the worst judges of 2006. The websites list over 27,000 of the nation's judges. and have launched a new feature that allows visitors to vote for the worst judges of 2006. Each website has a directory of over 27,000 of the nation's judges, including judges in all 50 states and the federal courts. The websites are free, and no registration or log in is required so that voting may be anonymous.

The voting totals are being combined from both websites and are instantly displayed for each judge. Voting will end on February 28, 2007. After voting ends, overall results and rankings will be displayed nationally, and by jurisdiction, venue and court.

In addition to voting for the worst judges, visitors may anonymously complete judicial evaluation surveys for rating the performance of judges, and post comments in the forums about judges, courts and cases. Voters may also choose to use the forums or surveys to give their reasons for voting for a particular judge. There are specific forums and surveys for each judge listed in the directory. and are the nation's most comprehensive websites for rating the nation's courts and judges and discussing courthouse activity. and are owned and operated by Government Forums, Inc.


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