The U.S. Court of Appeals for the Federal Circuit’s Special Committee that is investigating Judge Pauline Newman for misconduct today released a number of additional documents, including a 319-page one dated July 31 recommending Newman be suspended from taking on case assignments for one year, “or at least until she ceases her misconduct and cooperates such that the Committee can complete its investigation.” The report included a number of Exhibits and a transcript of an April deposition, but notably missing is the transcript of the July 13 hearing. A statement from the Committee says it “is prepared to release that transcript, but has been waiting for proposed redactions from Judge Newman since July 27. Once Judge Newman proposes any redactions or confirms that she has none, the transcript will be released promptly.”

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