Lord Chief Justice


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Lord Chief Justice

president of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court and, by his office, a member of the COURT OF APPEAL.
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The Lord Chancellor and the Lord Chief Justice are of the view that there is no evidence to suggest that the delays have been caused as a result of Mr Sheffield's conduct and they concluded that no formal disciplinary action is required.
In the meeting with the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, both the Chief Justices discussed the issues and problems faced by the administration of justice, with special reference to strengthening the independence of judiciary.
In the meeting with the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales, both discussed the issues and problems faced by the administration of justice, with special reference to strengthening the independence of judiciary.
The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, said he was concerned at how easy it was for jurors to find out information about criminal cases on the internet and receive messages from those outside court.
Lord Chief Justice Lord Judge, sitting at the Court of Appeal with the President of the Queen's Bench Division Sir John Thomas and Lord Justice Leveson, said the "level of lawlessness was utterly shocking and wholly inexcusable".
The comments, made by Mrs Blair while serving as a part-time judge at Inner London Crown Court, were considered by the Lord Chancellor, Kenneth Clarke, and the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge.
Lord Chief Justice, Lord Judge, ruled in the court of appeal yesterday that the term handed to Bowen was "unduly lenient" and should be increased.
Mr Justice Stanley Burton, sitting in London, said the least Allitt should serve was 30 years - less the one year and 190 days spent in custody before sentence - which was the same term previously recommended by the trial judge and the then Lord Chief Justice.
The Lord Chief Justice, Lord Phillips, is expected to make an announcement on the issue in the next few months.
It pits Falstaff, a rebel against the established legal order, and the Lord Chief Justice in a battle for the allegiance of Hal, the young Prince of Wales, who is set to become Henry V upon the death of his seriously ill father.
That's the new ruling handed down to courts across the country by the Sentencing Guidelines Council, led by the Lord Chief Justice, Lord Wolf.
Lord Chief Justice Lord Woolf overturned a previous judge's ruling that a Sunday newspaper should be banned from publishing details of the married father-of-two's secret flings with a lapdancer and a blonde nursery nurse.

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