No, this is about the increasing, and alarming, suspicion that prosecutors were caught up in that same rush to judgment
, the rush to condemn or condone, the rush to charge or clear Clarke of any wrong-doing and put the horror in George Square down to a terrible but unforeseeable accident.
Her court filings (http://www.ibtimes.com/kentucky-clerk-kim-davis-appeals-rulings-sent-her-prison-calls-them-rush-judgment-2168530) stated that Bunning's order telling Davis to issue license marriage licenses to gay couples was a "rush to judgment
" and curtailed her religious liberty.
"I ask everyone to not rush to judgment
and allow the investigation to be completed," Demings said at a news conference in Orlando.
Lately, Fox network has been showing "Grace Point.'' I hope "Grace Point'' serves as a wake-up call for a lot of Americans, because it illustrates the harm that can result when people are quick to rush to judgment
about each other and not show grace.
"I don't want to make a rush to judgment
," he said.
The Reporter advises its readers not to rush to judgment
on this case.
"I am always reluctant to rush to judgment
so things ought to be clearer by Sunday."
Odd, then, that he is so fast to rush to judgment
over Iran's alleged interference in Bahrain, for which there is rather less evidence than that which stacked up against Bin Laden or the dingo.
He added that the case underscores "how easy it is for people to be charged with serious crimes and for there to be a rush to judgment
Haqqani urged patience, saying said the US shouldnt rush to judgment
about whether to withdraw military aid or to put undue pressure on the Pakistani government.
21), and your readers all rush to judgment
of Bishop Thomas Olmsted and his recent action, you ought to weigh carefully several important and telling facts.
"This matter will be dealt with in the courts not in the media and I encourage people not to rush to judgment
until all of the facts have been dealt with in a court of law.