System to rate civil judges across state draws criticism
A State Chamber of Oklahoma-backed project to rate some judges is drawing criticism.
The State Chamber, Tulsa Metro Chamber, Oklahoma City Chamber of Commerce and businesses are backing the soon-to-be-launched Oklahoma Civil Justice Council, said State Chamber President and CEO Fred Morgan, who will serve as president of the council.
The group will sponsor a zero-to-100 rating system for judges on the Court of Civil Appeals and Oklahoma Supreme Court, Morgan said.
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