Paying attention differently to and recording the environment around and prior to incidents can lead to an understanding of triggers for occurrences. Sensory breaks can help your child regroup and refocus. Your child may have as hard a time figuring out your needs as you have figuring out hers. She may not notice that today is a bad one for you, and so try to be less needy.
This standard is more likely to prevent situations where the public questions the impartiality of a judge.
This will increase the likelihood of public confidence in the Judiciary. Codes can provide a concrete measure of whether judges are achieving the high standards which we expect of them. The existence of judicial codes provides a tremendous opportunity for educating the public about the ethical standards to which the judiciary holds itself.
It can be argued that while justice has a face it should not have a personality. A Judicial Code of Ethics reassures the public that decisions are not the result of an individual judges preferences and biases.
Justice must not only be blind but also appear to be blind. Judicial Codes can help reinforce this view.
Bringing Ethics into the Light A concern that faces the individual judge is how to identify and define the standard of behaviour to which he or she should adhere. Many jurisdictions, including Canada, lack a judicial code of conduct that would provide guidance.
Justice Thomas indicates that one of the challenges that judicial ethics face is the lack of a forum for discussion. In the absence of known criteria, one tends to approach questions of conduct from a personal standpoint.
Perhaps judges hesitate to discuss this topic because discussion may invite scrutiny of the judge's own conduct, values and taste; and there is grave danger of treading on the sensitivity of other judges.
Judges, especially judges in rural or isolated areas, may lack the opportunity to regularly communicate with their peers. This prevents the exchange of experience and information. The development, updating and implementation of Judicial Codes of Conduct provide an opportunity for discussion within the Judiciary, without individual judges feeling they are under attack.
The American experience with revision demonstrates that the use of a standard formula of conduct can be an opportunity to solicit feedback from other organizations and the public.
The African codes provide the same kind of opportunity as is evidenced by educational sessions such as the ones for which this paper was prepared.
Misunderstandings and loss of respect for the Judiciary. A judge in our society holds a tenuous position: In an increasingly complex society a Code of Judicial Ethics can provide a base for judges to assess their behaviour.
It can provide a map be it ever so general in largely uncharted seas. Secure in the knowledge that they can avoid unethical behaviour by following set standards, judges may make decisions in their judicial role or in their private lives that will accord with what people expect of a judge.
As indicated in the Louisiana example, public perception can tarnish the ethical judge as easily as the corrupt judge.
A code of ethics that addresses concerns and perceptions of the public is of considerable assistance to the well-meaning judge who makes an innocuous but subsequently unwise choice. It is difficult to adhere to standards of conduct if they are not known in advance. Justice Thomas discussed some of the ethical concerns that may arise based on what seems like very innocuous behaviour.
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