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At the time of his death he was serving as a Judge of the high court in the commercial division at the Milimani law courts.
However, the Minister of Power, Works and Housing, Babatunde Fashola at the 25th monthly power sector meeting, held in Uyo, Akwa-Ibom state capital on Monday said apart from seeking redress in the law court, the GenCos should also be ready to face the court of public opinion.
50am this morning police received report of a one vehicle road traffic collision outside Newcastle law courts.
Police at the scene of a traffic accident that closed the quayside near the law courts Newcastle
Chief Justice Camilleri also stated that it is time that a solution be found for larger and new law courts.
Liverpool Law Courts - the security chief, employed by G4S, is to stand trial at Chester Crown Court
Cars parked outside the law courts in February 1931
Advocates should not harbour the belief that law courts are their private property.
Sir Samuel, who was thought to have been born on the spot where Merthyr Law Courts now stand, left Wales at the age of eight when his family emigrated to Australia.
That terracotta, an integral part of the Birmingham vernacular, was manufactured by Gibbs and Canning Limited of Tamworth, who also produced work for the Law Courts and London's Natural History Museum.
Where there was extreme cruelty a law court judge could be asked to dispense with the blood parents' consent and grant an adoption but all too often many judges were reluctant to do this.
Welcomed into the town by a large crowd, the Lord Chancellor, Lord Hailsham, followed a macebearer into the new Teesside Law Courts to mark the official opening.