This may not be a popular view with many, and usually mucking about with base documents is a dangerous president. But the most glaring failure of the US Constitution is it's failure to include penalties, especially for government employees who knowingly violate it's base tenants.
The worst of all are judges. To begin with, there are really no practical checks and balances on them. One will create a law he thinks SHOULD exist by interpreting an existing law in a way no rational being EVER could. Then it becomes case law and other judges apply it because after all we must all rule the same. (Ok, this part makes sense, it's step 1 where the original ruling was intentionally wrong where the system broke down.) This cannot be an honest mistake, especially not a the thousands of times a year it happens. Rather it is a full assault on the government and principles of the United States.
Locking these judges up for 7 years, is not good enough and does not represent a reasonable penalty for their offense. The problem is the people doing the the evaluation are NOT disinterested parties. They are peers, associates and friends. This is one of the very rare cases where mandatory sentences and zero tolerance are indeed appropriate. And the mandatory sentence for sedition? Last I heard it was hanging.