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“British judges are significantly more likely to agree to extradite suspects to the US than American judges are to allow their citizens to be brought here for trial, research suggests.”
Daily Telegraph, 27th July 2009
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British judges more willing to talk to the press.
Judges typically don't talk to the press but the London Times reports here that changes may be in store as more "activist" judges are appointed who see in the media an opportunity to educate the British public about the courts and the role of a judge...
UK Wigs Out
Perhaps judges in the UK will take a cue from Beyonce and donate their wigs. They won't be needing them anymore in court: the UK has decided that wigs are soooo 17th century! Starting now, civil and family court judges will tone down their look...
British Judges to Get New Attire; Fashion Critics Aghast
Earlier this month, a panel of British judges recommended a number of changes to the country's judicial-dress requirements, which have been roughly the same for hundreds of years. Wigs will no longer be worn in civil and family courts, and....
"Of Judges, By Judges, For Judges"
"Of Judges, By Judges, For Judges": Today in The Washington Post, columnist George F. Will has an op-ed that begins, "In November, 13,402,566 California voters expressed themselves for or against Proposition 8, which said that their state's Constitution should be amended to define marriage as a relationship between a man and a woman...
Today’s the day that most British judges go bare-headed into court. All save the criminal court judges will appear sans wigs, as the style changes introduced some months ago go into effect...
"Supreme Court inferior to Lords, some judges say; In an unprecedented joint interview, two senior judges who will be joining the UK Supreme Court next year reveal that one or two of their fellow justices think we would be better off without it"
"Supreme Court inferior to Lords, some judges say; In an unprecedented joint interview, two senior judges who will be joining the UK Supreme Court next year reveal that one or two of their fellow justices think we would be better off without it; Might it be something to do with the post code?" Monday's edition of The Telegraph (UK) contains this article.
British judges reject US-style civil damages
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Plans to encourage British consumers and small businesses to pursue legal action against companies that breach competition law suffered a blow today after judges rejected the award of American-style damages in civil cases.