“In matters of truth and justice, there is no difference between large and small problems, for issues concerning the treatment of people are all the same.” – Albert Einstein.
My “platform,” therefore, is simple: I will faithfully follow and enforce the laws of the United States and the State of Louisiana Executive Branch and interpreted by the Appellate and Supreme Courts.
It is the duty of a judge to uphold the Rule of Law according to justice provided to all
individuals. The Code of Conduct for Judges includes the Ethical Canons that apply to Federal Judges and provides guidance on your performance of official duties and engagement in ruling on cases.
As a. judge I will ensure that the courtroom proceedings are carried out in an objective manner and according to the Constitution. I will rule with impartiality and guarantee not to rule biased, unjust, or prejudicial, but with fairness to everyone, especially on the grounds of ethnicity, age, sex, or disability.
I will be fair and open-minded to approach the law with patient and courteous treatment of the parties before the court. My character of fairness to everyone shows integrity and I am know to uphold the law with professionalism, honesty, and moral principles. I am a respectful person who understands people from all walks of life.
The judicial system should be racially diverse because statistics show that non-diversity in the judicial system has harmed races since its inception. We must all consider that this may be step towards justice. It is important to have a diverse judicial system especially in today’s time. The people of the United States need to be able to trust and have confidence in the judicial system. When there is not diversity, there is an impression of no fairness or hopelessness of justice. People want the appearance that the judges they appear before will be just and make decisions according to the Judicial Canons.