Complaints Against Brett Kavanaugh Moved to Denver
The confirmation that captivated the nation included public statements made by Kavanaugh which now have 15 complaints to be handled in Colorado.
It was one of the most-watched events we've witnessed in a while- the confirmation hearings for Judge Brett Kavanaugh to become an Associate Justice on the Supreme Court. Whether you sided with Justice Kavanaugh or his sexual assault accuser(s), eyes were glued to screens to see how it was going to go down.
While all the proceedings were taking place, Kavanaugh made public statements that now have 15 complaints of judicial misconduct against them, lodged with the courts. Those grievances were lodged with the Washington D.C, courts where a judge there moved the complaints to the 10th Circuit Court of Appeals in Denver, at 1823 Stout Street in Downtown, where Kavanaugh has not been associated with.
The findings of the court in Denver may lead to disciplinary actions (including possible suspension) against Justice Kavanaugh.
The question is, will there be protesters outside the courthouse in Denver while the complaints are being handled?