Not often that you see a judge complaining about a "seditious doctrine." Here's one instance, though, from a November 2007 concurrence by Justice Richard B. Sanders of the Washington Supreme Court:

I also note with alarm the seditious doctrine sometimes embraced by our majority that even our Declaration of Rights is itself trumped by exercise of the state's police power, a power which a majority of my colleagues seems to believe with their new-found wisdom has no limits whatsoever.

Not just mistaken, unsound, and the like -- seditious.