Counsel David Bernthal Views the Authority of the Court from the Perspective of the Bench

Jul 15, 2019 | News

David Bernthal, Counsel at Webber & Thies, shares with readers how he viewed his judicial power during his career in the state and federal courts. In his July 14th op-ed in the Champaign-Urbana News-Gazette Bernthal writes, “judicial power . . . must be applied carefully, thoughtfully and with restraint.” Read about the mental image that helped him serve with courage and caution: “Judges Have Much Power in Matters of Dispute.”

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