- A good judge can extend the boundary of justice.
- A judge cannot be a witness in his own case.
- A judge cannot punish a wrong done to himself.
- A judge incurs no civil liability for judicial acts, even if guilty of fraud and corruption.
- An upright judge has more regard to justice than to me.
- If the judge departs from the sentencing guideline range he must have a lawful reason for such a departure.
- Judges shall handle cases impartially and in accordance with the law.
- Most disputes that arise in any society are not handled through the court system.
- No one can be at once suitor and judge.
- No one can be judge in his own case.
- Sentencing is at the discretion of the judge.
- The chairman of the tribunal asked to see all the facts on the income tax claim.
- The judge was appointed to sit in a special case.
- The magistrates committed her for trial at the Crown Court.
- The judge accepted the defendant’s understanding not to harass the plaintiff.
- The judge decided in favor of the plaitiff.
- The judge disallowed the defense evidence.
- The judge exceeded his powers in criticizing the court of appeal.
- The judge found that te plaitiff’s pleadings disclosed no cause of action.
- The judge heard the case in chamber.
- The judge must not hear the evidence or the representations from one side behind the back of the other.
- The judge ordered the actions to be consolidated.
- The judge refused the application, on the ground that he had a judicial discretion to examine inadmissible evidence.
- The judge revised his earlier decision not to consider a submission from defense counsel.
- The judge warned counsel not to prompt the witness.
- The judge was of the opinion that if the evidence was doubtful the claim should be dismissed.
- The justices were ordered to rehear the information.
- The Lord justice said he was not laying down guideline for sentencing.
- The judge consented to the request of the prosecution counsel.
- The practiced of the judge is the interpreter of law.