judicial reprimand

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Although Harding noted the judicial reprimand generally will attract more attention than the public reprimand of a lawyer, an October 5 Board of Governors' reprimand drew considerable local media coverage as the discipline case had stemmed from a high profile murder case.
2003 NSSF) Justice Mona Lynch, in levying a judicial reprimand to a 15-year old girl charged with assault and uttering threats that occurred while she was being restrained at her residence, discussed meaningful consequences in the context of the young person's limited cognitive abilities, multiple psychological and psychiatric diagnoses and inappropriate residential placement.