A judiciary without honesty has little chance of executing its moral and constitutional duties, no matter how many rules of ethics exist. This is true in the United States, where the judiciary is afforded wide discretion. Facts and laws require interpretation; justice and equity require judgment. We count on honest judges to navigate our ship of justice through dangerous waters. We expect judges to be honest because we establish institutions that incentivize honesty. Despite the critical importance of maintaining judicial integrity, there is much to say about how commonplace corruption is in our courts.