Mon 30 March 2009, The Guardian

Judicial misgivings, trivial and not

By Marcel Berlins
Two groups of judges emerged from hiding last week with complaints on two very different issues. One, representing England and Wales's 652 circuit judges who sit in the crown court and dish out the vast majority of sentences for the more serious crimes, showed concern on a matter which goes to the heart of a judge's job. The other, made up of the 100 or so high court judges - in principle wiser and more mature than their colleagues in the crown court - presented a whinge of triviality and irrelevancy.
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