The proper course is indicated in Beauchesne at page 101:
The proper course for persons who feel called upon to attack the conduct of a Judge is to proceed by way of a petition in which all the allegations are specifically stated so tha-the person accused may have full opportunity to answer the charges presented against him.
If my hon. friend wishes to attack a judge who, if I may say so, happens to be a very learned and exemplary person, let him do so in a proper manner.
Subtopic: FREEDOM OF SPEECH, LIBERTY OF THE PRESS, RIGHT OF ASSEMBLY