Lord Justice Clerk


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Lord Justice Clerk

Scotland's second ranking judge. In criminal matters he is second to the LORD JUSTICE GENERAL and in civil matters presides over the second division of the Inner House, the appellate division of the COURT OF SESSION.
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At the High Court in Glasgow, Lord Justice Clerk Lady Dorrian jailed him for eight years and two months for stealing PS45,080 from the Royal Bank of Scotland branch.
The Lord Justice Clerk's scathing attack came as he rejected the 54-year-old's argument that he didn't get a fair trial.
Her family cried and hugged each other as Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Gill, rejected the appeal.
Lord Gill, the Lord Justice Clerk of Scotland, asked for submissions to be in writing and for people to apply to him who planned to take part in the proceedings.
Dundee City Council v K & Scottish Ministers Court of Session, Scotland First Division of the Inner House: the Lord President (Hamilton), the Lord Justice Clerk (Gill) and Lord Marnoch 22 December 2005
Yesterday the Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Cullen, said: "On the information before us we are not satisfied that the article and editorial complained of represents a contempt of court."
The Lord Justice Clerk, Lady Dorrian, sitting with Lord Glennie and Lord Turnbull, fixed a further procedural hearing for March 6.
Lord Carloway, the Lord Justice Clerk, quoted the fictional detective during an appeal by Lesley McGlinchey, who was hit by her own car.
There were cries of "yes" from Arlene's family as Lord Justice Clerk, Lord Gill said it was in the public interest that Fraser be sent back to prison.
Lord Cullen, the Lord Justice Clerk and the most senior of the three judges, ruled that the regulations were intended to protect the consumer, and the wording of the regulations should be taken as a whole.
Mr Di Rollo, who acted for Miss Clair when she sued former Scotland striker Goodwillie and his ex-Dundee United teammate Robertson, asked the Lord Justice Clerk, Lady Dorrian, sitting with Lady Clark of Calton and Lord Malcolm, to refuse a challenge against the ruling.
THE Lord Justice Clerk yesterday demanded an explanation as to why a prosecutor denied seeing crucial evidence in a murder case.