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  • Judges

    The judge is always right. What court system is better: adversarial or inquisitorial? It is‚ indeed‚ a very good question. Most of the countries in the world use inquisitorial court system; Others‚ USA for example‚ use adversarial system. Both are great but personally I think that inquisitorial court system is better. It over goes the adversarial court system because it actually relies on true facts and witnesses rather than victims words and lawyers. As stated above the court system in the

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  • The Dismissal of Judges

    Explain how judges can be dismissed from the office Judges represent an important central role in adjudicating disputes in a fair‚ unbiased manner by applying legal rules and play a vital role in controlling the exercise of power by the state. Judges may leave their position by the termination of an appointment: Dismissal due to breaching judicial disciplines‚ resignation of their own choice or suggestion by the Lord Chancellor for misbehaviour‚ removal due to disability by permanent infirmity

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  • Judge Impartiality

    proceedings are fairly administered‚ and‚ ideally‚ an impartial judge plays the role of a wise referee who both interprets the rules and ensures that they are followed. While an impartial judge is ideal‚ it must be acknowledged that judges are imperfect human beings who are prone to be influenced by politics‚ lobbyists‚ and current events. That being said‚ the ideology of impartiality is not always a realistic concept. In a perfect world‚ judges who felt that they could not rule on a case without exhibiting

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  • A Good Judge

    A good judge is someone whom upholds justice and abides the law‚ while taking in the interests and opinions of the people. He should be selected through state judicial elections‚ where citizens have the final say based purely on factors such as popularity‚ qualifications and character. After all‚ we are the ones who elected the president‚ just because he portrays best the way we view ideology‚ ethics and values. Furthermore‚ more than 95 percent of the nation’s legal cases are decided by state or

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  • hamilton county judges

    Hamilton County judges try thousands of cases per year. In an overwhelming majority of the cases disposed‚ the verdict stands as rendered. However‚ some cases are appealed‚ and of those appealed‚ some of the cases ae reversed. Kristen DelGuzzi of The Cincinnati Enquirer conducted a study of case handled by Hamilton County judges over the years 1994 through 1996 (The Cincinnati Enquirer‚ January 11‚ 1998). Shown in Judge.xls are the results for 182‚908 cases handled (disposed) by 38 judges in Common Pleas

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  • Hamilton County Judges

    #3 Case Problem: Hamilton County Judges Three major court systems in Hamilton County were reviewed in depth‚ and case information from the Common Pleas‚ Domestic Relations‚ and Municipal Courts were reviewed. This study compiles information from 38 Judges who had a total of 182‚908 cases presented to them over a three year period. This study shows the number of cases that were disposed‚ appealed‚ and reversed. This study is to aid in determining which judges have a greater proficiency trying cases

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  • Judge Dredd

    predecessor‚ I wouldn’t blame you if you simply dismissed the newest iteration of Judge Dredd as a forgettable‚ generic action feature‚ or simply a disposable reboot. When hearing about this movie‚ after being informed of the atrocity that came before it seventeen years prior‚ I was one of these individuals who fell into this category. Hearing of the praise this film has received however‚ convinced me to give the world of Judge Dredd a try. I ended up‚ however‚ being very surprised after watching this film

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  • Criminal Justice Judges

    Many judges in the criminal court system are not only overworked‚ but also must contend with the worst of society. How does the role and responsibility of a judge differ in a real-life courtroom as opposed to the mystique portrayed in the movies or on television? Judges in the court system do not have the luxury as portrayed on television‚ many judges that I have come into contact with would not allow disrespect or out burse from a defendant or the spectators in his/her courtroom. There

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  • Should Judges Be Appointed

    given the power of choice through a democracy. Whether that choice be for our next president‚ congressman‚ state representative‚ and in some states judges‚ our voices are heard through a vote we cast on a ballot. Not only does our vote determine how our government will continue to run‚ it can change the way we live our lives. When it comes to judges‚ however‚ the process can go one of three ways. They are either appointed by an executive member of the state‚ which must be approved by the state senate

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  • Judges and judiciary UK

    Judges and the Judiciary Identify and explain the 5 key roles of Judges Explain the Rule of Law Assess the extent to which judges are independent and neutral. The role of Judges: They do not just interpret and apply the law. They do wider activities that branch into other parts of government. Preside over court proceedings: ensure a fair trial act like a referee/umpire makes sure the rules of the court are followed by both sides act as a source of knowledge - giving advice to juries

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