- The Commission's Order of Public Warning Was Authorized by the Constitution and this Court's Rules Interpreting the Constitution.
- Judge Keller's Complaints About Individual Findigs of Fact Are Not Cognizable in Mandamus.
- Judge Keller's Argument Regarding the Commission's Vote Consists Entirely of Impermissible Speculation.
- No Commissioner Was Disqualified from Service.
- The Commission's Order Is Not "Void" and Judge Keller Has an Adequate Remedy at Law Through a Trial De Novo.
I've got to admit, I don't care much who is right on the details of the obscure debate over the Commission's power to "warn" judges after a formal hearing, though it's telling that judges are punished so rarely they've never had to figure it out. At this point I'm just watching for the entertainment value, which to this writer, anyway, has been substantial.