class="MsoNormalThese two cases speak volumes about the impunity with which some judicial officers
undertake their work.
Erotokritou also based the plea for his release from prison on the grounds of a provision in criminal law that grants judicial officers
immunity from prosecution.
Since then, there has been an upsurge in the number of judicial officers
seeking to pursue their doctorate degrees and in January this year, another serving magistrate approached HC seeking the same relief.
'By item 21 of the Third Schedule to the 1999 Constitution (As Amended), the National Judicial Council (NJC) is the body empowered to exercise disciplinary control over all Judicial Officers
CCT/ABJ/01/19 between FGN Vs Justice Onnoghen Nkanu Walter Samuel, CJN and or any judicial officer
of the superior court created by the Constitution in Nigeria until a formal report of misconduct is first made to and investigated by the National Judicial Council.
Says it is concerned about safety of judicial officers
PESHAWAR -- The Assistant Protocol Officer, Peshawar High Court Peshawar, in a clarification has stated that all the 04 Judicial Officers
who were removed from service had earned adverse ACRs for the year 2015, 2016 and 2017 including the Judicial Officer
The crimes for which Erotokritou was found guilty were carried out while he was deputy AG, his argument being that the post fulfils the criteria of 'judicial officer
' and therefore exempts him from criminal proceedings against him.
He said the National Judicial Council, NJC, would not hesitate to deal with any judicial officer
that is found to have acted in breach of his oath of office and code of conduct.
The crimes for which Erotokritou was found guilty were carried out while he was deputy attorney-general and his argument is that the post fulfils the criteria of 'judicial officer
' and therefore exempts him from criminal prosecution.
A World Rugby statement read: O'Brien admitted committing an act of foul play and therefore the independent judicial officer
Terry Willis upheld the citing.
Although the citing was upheld following a disciplinary hearing in Dublin, independent judicial officer
Anthony Davies decided a yellow card was a sufficient sanction.