To supplement the other answers, which address the headline question, I encourage anyone unhappy or concerned with any moderator's actions to raise the issue directly (and, ideally, specifically) in the Sidebar or here on meta.
From what I have seen and know of every Law.SE mod since the site's inception: we are scrupulously open and objective in subjecting our moderation activity to community scrutiny.
We know we are not perfect – yes, even as moderators ;) – and when our actions are called into question we err on the side of lightening our touch. We consult other moderators. We check our activity against both local and general SE norms.
I think only other mods can see the statistics, but I also want to let the community know that DaleM has picked up a significant proportion of the moderation workload here, and that load would otherwise go unhandled, or at least not handled in what I consider a sufficiently timely fashion. So if you don't like what DaleM is doing as a moderator: I believe it would be far better to raise specific behaviors or examples and give him the ability to fine-tune his work than to ask that he stop working in this capacity at all.