This judge is accused of not clocking in. She says working in the office is an ‘outdated’ concept.

“Even a judge located in his or her courthouse office is not guaranteed to be working on judicial matters,” the lawyers wrote. “The number of cases resolved and tried (as well as additional volunteer work for colleagues, on night duty and on commissions) is the only data that should reflect the amount of work done, not outdated concepts of what it means to ‘go to work.’”