But Curt Levey, president of the conservative Committee for Justice, said the two members of the committee who evaluated Mr. Grasz were particularly progressive, and that in this case, it was a partisan analysis.
“Every now and again you have things like this slip through — like where the people who are appointed to do the evaluations are very far to the left,” he said.
“Most times, people who get unqualified ratings get confirmed anyway, so I suspect at the end of the day, it won’t make any difference.”
The ABA has been evaluating judges since 1953. But the ratings haven’t always been viewed as determinative in whether a nominee gets confirmed...
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