Useful information if you're going to court: such as the roles of the various judges and courts, and how to address judiciary.
Information about judges' sentencing powers, and about the Sentencing Guidance Council and sentencing remarks.
Judicial review is a type of court proceeding in which a judge reviews the lawfulness of a decision or action made by a public body.
If you are unhappy about the decision made by the judge, you may be able to appeal. If you do not win the case, there is normally a right of appeal. However, this depends purely on the decision reached in the case
This section covers the strict code of conduct that all judicial office holders agree to, and who to contact if you have a complaint.
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