While the court found that Kozinski's lack of oversight concerning the public availability of the images was less than comendable, it thought that a quick admonishment and a little public humiliation would teach the Chief Judge a valuable lesson, and so it didn't recommend any further punishment.Here's what the court had to say: We find that the Judge's possession of sexually explicit offensive material combined with his carelessness in failing to safeguard his sphere of privacy was judicially imprudent.He moved with his family to California when he was 17.His parents, Holocaust survivors, owned a grocery store in Hollywood across the street from ABC Studios. He has appeared unpaid as himself in several documentaries and as a judge in the movie "Atlas Shrugged: Part II." His two favorite movies are "Cabaret" and "The Man Who Would Be King."It was Kozinski who dubbed the court "the Hollywood Circuit," and some lawyers have accused it of being protective of the entertainment industry in copyright cases.It's never a good time for a judge to have his large, slightly kinky and, for a time, publicly available collection of sexually explicit material written up in the LA Times.
ABC dropped the show on July 6, 1973, but it resurfaced in several syndicated versions (1973–1974 as The New Dating Game, 1978–1980, 1986–19–1999; repeats of the last version appeared in the 1999–2000 season.) For years it would almost always be aired in tandem with another Barris production, The Newlywed Game, which premiered on ABC the following year.
Alex Kozinski (born July 23, 1950) is a United States Circuit Judge of the United States Court of Appeals for the Ninth Circuit, where he has served since 1985.
He was Chief Judge of that court from November 2007 to December 1, 2014.
A woman from the federal public defender's office brought her teenage son."It's fun," said Lauren Klingman, 27, who was invited by her boyfriend, a clerk for a district judge. If the pizza money doesn't cover the cost, Kozinski says, he spends his own money."We should be viewed as being part of the community," the judge said.
She said she had imagined judges to be serious, even dour. "We have these glorious facilities, and I want to bring the public in and show that this is a place where they are welcome.":: Kozinski, 64, speaks with an accent from his native Romania.
He received a Juris Doctor from UCLA School of Law in 1975. While in the Office of Special Counsel, despite staff recommendations against termination, Kozinski overruled his staff and then repeatedly tutored Interior Secretary James G.