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It brought about the Judges and Magistrates Vetting Board, which was meant to clean the Judiciary by weeding out corrupt and incompetent judicial officers who were giving the courts a bad name.
He deposed to the fact that 'Honourable Onnoghen Nkanu Walter Samuel the current Chief Justice of Nigeria is an indigene of Cross- River State and therefore the highest judicial officer from the state.
He said that the counseling of the removed judicial officers was also done previously to improve but they did not, hence they were served with a Show Cause Notice under Rule 7 of the Government Servants (Efficiency and Discipline) Rules 2011.
INCARCERATED former deputy Attorney-general Rikkos Erotokritou has filed for a 'habeas corpus' writ on the grounds of a law granting judicial officers immunity from prosecution, local daily Phileleftheros reported on Friday.
According to the CJN, 'Democracy in itself is nothing if the implication of the fundamental principles enshrined in the constitution of this nation cannot be readily determined in constitutional adjudication by a Judiciary manned by upright Judicial Officers.
He listed a number of other reasons for which the application should be rejected, including that Erotokritou was not considered a judicial officer but a legal officer, as was the attorney-general.
The Judicial Officer deemed the act of foul play merited a low-end entry point of two weeks.
"The judicial officer determined that while Nalaga's lifting of the knee constituted reckless foul play, he did not regard the action as warranting a red card," said European Rugby Cup, in a statement.
Independent judicial officer, England's Anthony Davis, found Fillol had been guilty of "an intentional, deliberate and grave act".
Summary: DUBAI - The DIFC Courts, Dubai's established English language, commercial common law judicial system, have announced the appointment of Maha Al Mehairi as a Judicial Officer.
He admitted the charge when he appeared at a disciplinary hearing in Dublin yesterday in front of independent judicial officer Judge Jeff Blackett.
But judicial officer Professor Lorne Crerar has come under fire for including three pre-season matches in the ban after being convinced they "all had significant and meaningful consequences" for Hore.