I believe they might disregard Judge Berchelmann's findings and levy a sanction.
I do not believe she will, as some want, be removed from her position.
Discipline sought against Keller
“This is not a case as to whether the death penalty should or should not be administered. This is a case, however, concerning whether a judge should allow herself to disregard at will a long-standing established protocol of her court that is designed to safeguard proper handling of all time-sensitive communications on an execution day,” said the filing, which objected to a special master's earlier conclusions in the case.
The Commission on Judicial Conduct accused Keller of discrediting the judiciary after death row inmate Michael Wayne Richard was unable to file an appeal after the court clerk's closing time on the day of his execution, Sept. 25, 2007. Keller said the clerk's office wouldn't stay open past 5 p.m.
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