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Oath for judges
I don’t know whether all judges are required to take an oath before taking office, but they should be. They should swear to faithfully execute the laws duly passed under the U.S. Constitution or under state or local constitutions where they reside. Use of any other law should be cause for removal from office, whether the law of some other country or U.N. law.
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