Other towns with Venetian settlements existed on the island with their own groups of feudatories and councils, but there was only one duke of Candia, Venice's senior civil servant and chief justiciary
on the island.
SHERIFF Dickson's remarks in the Carmichael case are the most outspoken attack by the justiciary
on police for more than 20 years.
In a Court of Session judgment, which ruled Donaghy's case should be heard, Lord Stewart said: "I was led to understand the appointment of another agent in place of the pursuer [Donaghy] came about because the defender [Goodwillie] was facing a charge of rape in the High Court of Justiciary
But yesterday at the Justiciary
Appeal Court in Edinburgh, Lord Johnston, Lord Reed and temporary judge Gordon Nicholson QC ruled that the appeal would fail and Mr Kennedy had a reasonable excuse for carrying the baton.
The High Court of Justiciary
(which sat in Edinburgh) and its Circuit Courts (the equivalent of English assizes) handled all insane convicts uncovered in this study.
1990) (labeling the approach of the Scottish High Court of Justiciary
Galbraith's murder conviction was overturned by five appeal court judges last June at the High Court of Justiciary
27) Ironically, Home would himself pursue a fiscally-conservative course on becoming lord treasurer in 1601, taking charge of the procuration and distribution of Elizabeth I's pension to underwrite the king's ambitious (but necessary) justiciary
appearances in the west and middle Marches.
One week later, his lawyers have lodged an appeal against his conviction with the Justiciary
Office in Edinburgh.
wig, gown and fall apart, bears scant resemblance to the Scottish Silk, dour or douce, who normally habituates the ringing stone passages and panelled justice halls of Edinburgh's High Court of Justiciary
say it's not their fault these guys get out to reoffend and the politicians say it's not their fault either.
In a letter to Lynda, Crown Office prosecutor Eileen Gallagher said: "A full review of the case has not uncovered any new evidence that would permit the Crown to seek authority from the High Court of Justiciary
to set aside Connell's acquittal and seek a retrial.