Mind-boggling that an experienced Article III federal court judge, who was previously a state court judge, federal magistrate and onetime state prosecutor, would have to be reversed on something as simple as sign-carrying.
That's why we have appellate courts, and why pencils have erasers.
One wonders whether some judges may "need to be sent back to law school for retreading," in the immortal words of my mentor, the late U.S. Department of Labor Chief Administrative Law Judge Nahum Litt, regarding a Carter-era Civil Aeronautics Board General Counsel who wanted to violate the constitutional rights of airlines.
We have a National Judicial College in Reno, Nevada: it hopefully has remedial courses.
From CBS News Miami: