Supreme Court calls impeachment process a ‘fishing expedition’

CHARLESTON — The state Supreme Court, objecting to the scope of impeachment proceedings, sent a firm letter blasting Legislators for engaging in a “full-fledged fishing expedition.”
The letter,  which came from the Supreme Court’s interim administrator, arrived as a  House of Delegates panel continued looking into allegations against suspended Justice Allen Loughry. The impeachment process also scrutinizes spending and benefits by other justices.

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