Deliberate injustice by a judge

   There is a need to split “fairness” and a right to a fair trial under the HRA into – if a miscarriage of justice as the judge has been inadvertent, possibly through a lack of evidence, then civil appeal.  If a judge has been careless, reckless and especially deliberate, eg not citing citations of case precedent or statute law in his/her judgment or discarding evidence or overruling pleading then the judge be prosecuted for (a) perversion of the course of justice and (b) misconduct in public office, ie criminal division as jurisdiction on appeal.

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Social justice = constiutitional - nonne is above the law not even a judge 

by Lesley on October 10, 2018 at 08:46PM

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