Yes. In Tennessee it is Rule 8.3, but under some circumstances rule 1.6 may not allow reporting or excuse not reporting. Contact one of the attorneys/judges in question about the alleged misconduct and ask about their duties under rule 8.3
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Yes, they are required to report misconduct. Here is a link to the Tennessee Board of Professional Responsibility that has information on the ethical requirements of attorneys in TN. http://www.tbpr.org/
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