In Durhams case it was and elected District Attorney (Judiciary) who was questioned by the County(?) (legislative) which then had a hearing which was decided by a Judge (Judiciary).
So the Judge decided that a person elected to the Judiciary was not effective in doing his/her job.
In THIS case you have and elected legislative official who is "questionable" (I'm being kind) - and you are expecting other elected officials to bring about a court hearing so a Judge can decide the fate of an elected legislator.
In theory I suppose it could work, however in practice I don't see it happening and it seems to be fraught with possible legal challenges that Berger could mount - costing taxpayers a LOT of money.
If the County Commissioners won't "grow the stones" would they support an initiative that was started by "the people"? Knowing it would be ALL cost with no possible return?
I wonder if it's time for NC to allow for recall elections?
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