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Forensic Science on Trial: The Honorable Donald Shelton on Forensic Science and the Courts

Join Jan Burke and D.P. Lyle for a fascinating interview with a leading expert on forensic science and the criminal justice system.  Are judges without scientific training the best gatekeepers for forensic science evidence? 325 more words


YouTube video about the Recorder competition

The JAC have produced a video/talk on YouTube about the Recorder competition and it includes details about the QT and sift elements where it stresses that they are looking for all rounders not just technical experts in their jurisdiction. 126 more words


Canadian Expat Sought for Questioning in Ibogaine Death

Prosecutors and agents from the Office of Judicial Investigations (Spanish initials: OIJ) are searching for two expats who may have been involved in the death of a medical tourist in Guanacaste. 347 more words

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Recorder vacancies confirmed

Range of posts available for Recorder competition now showing on JAC website.  99 posts across 6 Circuits in crime and family – they originally thought there would be 150 vacancies.   42 more words


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Courtroom No More.

Settlement is about change and change is stressful regardless of the change. Your choices of a Non Stress environment will be honored. Settlement need is a huge issue at all times and medical for all parties. 257 more words


Mad Dogs and Englishmen

In January of 1865 Shama Churn Samunto and others submitted a petition to the Burdwan Divisional Office. The opening lines of the petition stated:

“Mr Fletcher, the Judge of Bancoorah, has become insane; small glimpses of his insanity appeared in March 1864. 642 more words


Recorder launch confirmed

Launches 9 April with 23 April deadline …… although the dates seem to have disappeared off the new website again now ……