Judicial Watch Page For Judge William A. Dimitri, Jr. In Rhode Island
A Reversal From The Rhode Island Supreme Court For Judge William Dimitri
The Supreme Court ruled Judge Dimitri failed to instruct the
jury on the standard of care drivers owe children under state law. [From the
Providence Journal 3-26-99]
Note: Caught realizes this
failure to instruct the jury could have been an error or lapse in judgment and may not
necessarily constitute judicial misconduct. Be advised that an innocent or
non-deliberate error does NOT constitute judicial misconduct. Caught is listing
reversals when made aware of them to see if patterns exist with the various judges. Unless
one sees a pattern, the reader should consider this complaint informative, but not
necessarily determinative, of judicial misconduct.
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