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U.S. Chief Justice says judges need ‘rigorous’ training on stock-trading rules

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By Jan Wolfe (Reuters) – U.S. federal judges need “more rigorous” ethics training to ensure they are not hearing disputes in which they have a financial interest, U.S. Chief Justice John Roberts said in a year-end report published on Friday, citing a recent Wall Street Journal investigation. The newspaper reported in September that 131 federal judges broke disqualification rules and the judicial ethics code by presiding over cases involving companies in which they or family members owned stock. In his annual report on the federal judiciary, Roberts said most judges scrupulously follow the rule…

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