“Judges are certainly not above criticism,” said former U.S. District Court judge Paul W. Grimm. “But typically, what you say is that the decision is wrong, we will appeal, and we think an appellate court will reverse it. You do not attack the integrity of a judge, publish their home phone number and address, and put it out with vitriolic statements on social media where people can pick their own silo where they get information.”


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