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Topic: Lord Chief Justice of Ireland


  
  The Disgraceful Hutton Whitewash - A Set-Up From Day One
Lord Bingham of Cornhill said: "Despite the high importance attached to it, the right to free expression was never regarded in domestic law as absolute." The European Convention recognised that it was not absolute and could be restricted if a state could show that restriction was necessary in a democratic society.
Lord Hutton ruled that the Chilean former dictator was liable to be extadited for crimes of torture committed after 1988.
Carswell was appointed in November 1996 as a successor to Lord Chief Justice Brian Hutton.
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  Chief Justice - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Chief Justice in many countries is the name for the president of a Supreme Court such as the United States Supreme Court, the Supreme Court of Canada, the Supreme Court of New Zealand, the Supreme Court of Justice of the Nation (Mexico), or provincial or state supreme courts.
In England and Wales and Northern Ireland, the equivalent position is the Lord Chief Justice and in Scotland the equivalent is the Lord President of the Court of Session.
The Chief Justice can be appointed to the post in a variety of different ways, but in many nations the position is commonly given to the senior-most justice in the court.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Chief_Justice   (301 words)

  
 Lord Chief Justice of Ireland - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Lord Chief Justice of Ireland was the senior Irish judge under English rule and later while Ireland was part of the United Kingdom.
Thomas Lefroy, later Lord Chief Justice of Ireland (LCJ 1852-1866), was used by Jane Austen as the model for her Pride and Prejudice character Mr.
One Lord Chief Justice, Lord Kilwarden, was killed by a crowd during Robert Emmet's 1803 rebellion.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Lord_Chief_Justice_of_Ireland   (481 words)

  
 Politics | Lord Hutton to retire after Kelly report   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Lord Hutton, the law lord conducting the inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the death of the government weapons expert Dr David Kelly, is to retire next month.
The statement said Lord Hutton had told the senior law lord, Lord Bingham, that he intended to step down several months before he was appointed to conduct the inquiry.
A law lord since 1997, he is the sixth most senior of the 12 judges in the highest court, but had a low profile before his appointment to the Kelly inquiry.
politics.guardian.co.uk /print/0,3858,4817552-111577,00.html   (221 words)

  
 ipedia.com: Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales Article   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is the second-highest judge of the Courts of England and Wales, after the Lord Chancellor, and the presiding judge of Criminal Division of the Court of Appe...
The Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is the second-highest judge of the Courts of England and Wales, after the Lord Chancellor, and the presiding judge of Criminal Division of the Court of Appeal, and of the Queen's Bench Division of the High Court.
Presently the Lord Chief Justice of England and Wales is the Lord Woolf.
www.ipedia.com /lord_chief_justice_of_england_and_wales.html   (345 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Northern Ireland | NI's top judge takes up post
Lord Hutton, himself a former Lord Chief Justice in Northern Ireland, will step down shortly before he publishes his report into the death of weapons expert Dr David Kelly.
Lord Hutton, who is a crossbench peer, heard evidence into Dr Kelly's death during the summer.
Lord Hutton is expected to issue his report to Lord Falconer, the Lord Chancellor.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/low/northern_ireland/3386871.stm   (358 words)

  
 Re a Ward of Court
19 of the Courts of Justice Act, 1924, there was transferred to the Chief Justice and made exercisable by him all such jurisdiction in lunacy and minor matters as had been formerly exercised by the Lord Chancellor of Ireland and was at the passing of the Act exercised by the Lord Chief Justice of Ireland.
(a)        was formerly exercised by the Lord Chancellor of Ireland,
That high prerogative duty is delegated to the Lord Chancellor, and there is no statute which in the slightest degree lessens his duty or frees him from the responsibility of exercising that parental care and directing such inquiries and examinations as justice to the idiots and lunatics may require.
www.ucc.ie /law/irlii/cases/167_95.htm   (6766 words)

  
 BBC NEWS | Politics | Judge in the spotlight
Little in 10 years as Lord Chief Justice for Northern Ireland or a legal career stretching back to the 1950s will have prepared him for the media maelstrom his inquiry is about to generate.
Lord Hoffman had contributed to a decision that the former Chilean leader could be arrested and extradited for crimes against humanity without emphasising his links to human rights group Amnesty International.
Lord Hutton said "public confidence in the integrity of the administration of justice would be shaken" if Lord Hoffman's ruling was not overturned.
news.bbc.co.uk /1/hi/uk_politics/3083389.stm   (396 words)

  
 Lord Chief Justice of Ireland - Education - Information - Educational Resources - Encyclopedia - Music
The Lord Chief Justice of Ireland was the senior Irish judge under English and British rule.
Previously the presiding judge on the King's Bench of Common Pleas the Lord Chief Justice from the mid 1870s, when the courts system was restructured, presided over the High Court, the most senior of the Irish courts, which met in the Four Courts in Dublin.
Thomas Lefroy, later Lord Chief Justice of Ireland (LCJ 1852-1866), was used by Jane Austen as the model for her Pride and Prejudice character Mr.
www.music.us /education/L/Lord-Chief-Justice-of-Ireland.htm   (669 words)

  
 I think that these late nights are...: 1 Feb 2005: House of Commons debates (TheyWorkForYou.com)
Surely, if the Government are as keen as they tell us they are to ensure the separation between the Executive, Parliament and the judiciary, it must be perfectly proper for the Lord Chief Justice to be required to agree with any disciplinary activities that the Bill intends.
The Lord Chief Justice must get the agreement of the Minister—the Lord Chancellor, as we now know he will be called—if he wants to give advice, a warning or a formal reprimand to a judge in this jurisdiction.
it appears to the Lord Chief Justice with the agreement of the Minister that the suspension is necessary for maintaining confidence in the judiciary."
www.theyworkforyou.com /debate/?id=2005-02-01a.790.2   (465 words)

  
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The more successfully the law is enforced in Ireland, the greater perhaps is the danger that the British constituencies, upon which, of course, the administrators of the law depend for their authority, may lose sight and sense of the Revolutionary forces at work there.
George from Ireland to New York in 1882 that the first fl point appeared on the horizon, of the conflict, inevitable in the nature of things, between the social revolution and the Catholic Church, which assumed such serious proportions two years ago in America, and which is now developing itself in Ireland.
Justice Murphy, who won a great reputation in connection with those murders in the Phoenix Park, which went near to breaking the heart and hope of poor Father Burke, and with Lord and Lady Ashbourne, whom I had not seen since I met them some years ago under the hospitable roof of Lord Houghton.
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 Judicial Appointments
The Queen has been pleased to approve that the Right Honourable Sir Robert Carswell, Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, and the Right Honourable Lord Justice Simon Brown, a Judge of the Court of Appeal, be appointed Lords of Appeal in Ordinary with effect from 12 January 2004.
The Queen has also been pleased to approve that the Honourable Sir Anthony Hooper, a Justice of the High Court, be appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal with effect from 23 March 2004 on the retirement of Lord Justice Mantell.
He was appointed a Lord Justice of Appeal in 1992 and served as Vice-President of the Court of Appeal (Civil Division) from 2001 to 2003.
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 The Truth Seeker - Lord Hutton's Famous Church
He was called to the Northern Ireland Bar in 1954, becoming Junior Jounsel to the Attorney General in Belfast in 1969, a QC (Northern Ireland) in 1970, and a Senior Crown Counsel in Ulster from 1973-79.
He was appointed Judge of the High Court of Justice (Northern Ireland), 1979-88; Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland, 1988-97; and Lord of Appeal in Ordinary, 1997-2004.
If Lord Hutton is indeed a Mason, he is still not legally required to make a public admission of the fact, and he has made no statement on the subject to date.
www.thetruthseeker.co.uk /article.asp?ID=1570   (3440 words)

  
 Sir Alexander MacKenzie on the Myth of Cailean FitzGerald   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
By her Thomas Lord Offaly had an only son, John, who, according to Colin Fitzgerald's supporters, was first Earl of Kildare and married first, Marjory, daughter of Sir Thomas Fitz-Antony, by whom he had issue - Maurice, progenitor of the Dukes of Leinster.
Maurice died in 1257, having married Juliana, daughter of John de Cogan, who was Lord Justice of Ireland in 1247, and by her had three sons, Maurice, Gerald, and Thomas.
He was naturally unwilling to offend the susceptibilities of the Mackenzie chiefs, all of whom had hitherto claimed Colin Fitzgerald as their progenitor, but he was forced to admit the inconclusive character of the disputed charter, and that no such charter was granted to Colin Fitzgerald by Alexander III.
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 Robert Emmet   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Emmet was born in Cork into a respected family; his father served as surgeon to the Lord Lieutenant of Ireland and to members of the British Royal Family on their visits to Ireland.
However the delegation returned unsuccessfully when Napoleon signed a peace treaty with the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Ireland, with which he had been at war.
The uprising began prematurely on July 23, 1803 in Dublin but did not get much further than an failed attempt to take Dublin Castle which collapsed into general rioting, during with the Lord Chief Justice of Ireland was murdered in his carriage.
www.1-free-software.com /en/wikipedia/r/ro/robert_emmet.html   (508 words)

  
 Part 7 of Annals of the Four Masters
When the chief men of Galway heard of this, they set out to revenge this misdeed upon the treacherous perpetrators, so that they compelled them to fly from their houses; and they the fugitives went into a boat, and put to sea; and where they landed was in the harbour of Ross, in West Corca-Bhaiscinn.
He was an intelligent, virtuous, and bounteous lord; he was worthy of any chieftainship he could obtain, by reason of the great number of learned men and exiles supported by him, and the vastness of his premiums and goodly gifts.
The town was finally taken by the Lord Justice, and he left warders in it to guard it for the Queen.
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 Bahai News -- Independent - Peer makes it clear there will be no whitewash
Chief among the revelations was a letter written by Dr Kelly to his line manager at the MoD in which he admitted meeting with Mr Gilligan on 22 May.
Lord Hutton went on to reveal the contents of a letter dated 9 July from the Personnel Director of the MoD to Dr Kelly.
Lord Hutton stressed "the public must know every word of evidence which is spoken at this inquiry and should know the full contents of every document referred to in evidence." A full transcript will be available on the website www.the-hutton-inquiry.org.uk.
www.uga.edu /bahai/2003/030802.html   (1083 words)

  
 The Whiteside Name   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
James Whiteside, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland (1866-74) was not exactly a popular man. In fact it was his signature on execution orders and such.
The St. Patrick's Cross of Ireland designed by the British is a red diagonal cross on a white background, used by regiments of the British Army.
Cannon is a descendent of William (1710-1770) and Elizabeth Stockton.
www.whitesideancestry.org /name.html   (1954 words)

  
 ASLH NEWSLETTER, Vol. 28, No.1 (Summer 1997)   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
Lord Lowry, which was entitled "The Irish lords of appeal in ordinary" It is hoped to arrange for early circulation of the printed text of this discourse to all members of the Society, both old and new.
Justice Finlay, Chief Justice of Ireland, and the Rt.
Lord Lowry, Lord Chief Justice of Northern Ireland.
www.h-net.msu.edu /~law/ASLH/newsletters/aslh28-1.html   (7191 words)

  
 Paul Donovan   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
SO, an inquiry conducted by the former Northern Ireland Lord Chief Justice has found that the government did absolutely nothing wrong with the dossier that it put forward to justify the war or in revealing the name of the late Dr David Kelly.
The whole proposition that Gilligan and the BBC are almost solely responsible for the death of Dr Kelly is such a ludicrous notion that only a former Northern Ireland Lord Chief Justice and Diplock court judge could have come up with it.
The Lord Chief Justice at the time Lord Widgery took most of the evidence from military personnel, hearing little from local people involved on the day.
www.poptel.org.uk /morning-star/features/articles/don030204.htm   (1763 words)

  
 Turtle Bunbury - Award-winning travel writer, historian and author based in Ireland
Ireland: Tarquin Landseer, Co. Dublin - To the Canvas Born
Ireland: Temple House, Co. Sligo - Atlantic Stronghold of the Knights Templar
In Ireland, Smith O'Brien urged the formation of a National Guard, and an armed rising was planned to overthrow the British authorities.
www.turtlebunbury.com /history/history_heroes/hist_hero_whiteside.htm   (1646 words)

  
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Located in the heart of the Boyne Valley, amid the historic Newgrange, Knowth and Dowth Ancient Burial Tombs, dating back 3000B.C. The Lord Chief Justice of Ireland granted the adjoining Dowth Castle to the Netterville Family in the 13th century and for the next 600 years, it remained in the hands of this distuinguished family.
The Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, Hugh DeLacy, granted it to the Nettervilles in the thirteenth century.
The sixth Viscount Netterville, John, was bequeathed a large sum and built Dowth Hall in the Mid 18th Century, The eccentric Lord moved out of the Castle and into the Hall in 1780 leaving the Castle to become ruinous for a number of years.
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 LORD HUTTON'S FAMOUS CHURCH, by Rev. C.D. Thomson
The murderous upheaval in Northern Ireland which took place in the 1970’s occurred simultanously [sic] with the havoc wrought in Central America.
Haines, Jr., the former vice chief of staff of the U.S. Army 1967-8.
And yet the terrible killings in Northern Ireland have been used over and over again to attempt to deny any legitimate value to Christian faith and practice Perhaps this was regarded by the perpetrators as a desirable plus.
www.illuminati-news.com /lord-hutton's-famous-church.htm   (3388 words)

  
 Carrigglas Manor, County Longford
Robertson in 1837 for Thomas Langlois Lefroy, Lord Chief Justice of Ireland, replacing an earlier house belonging to Lord Newcomen who had committed suicide after his bank collapsed.
The first member to settle in Ireland was Thomas's father, the family having previously been silk dyers in England and bankers in Laverno, Italy.) Below the window srands a bust of Thomas - or the Chief, as he was called - modelling as a Roman senator.
A magnificent Chinese painted leather screen stands close to the fireplace while above the mantel a large portrait of Chief Justice Lefroy commands all aspects of the room.
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 Boutique, Luxury Bed and Breakfast Co. Cork, Republic of Ireland, Luxury B&B, Castlelyons, Ballyvolane House
The three-storey house was modified in 1847 by Jasper’s nephew and heir, George Pyneby removing the top storey and recreating a two-storey house rendered in Italianate style, with an extensive west end wing.
Stunning views overlooking the formal terraced gardens to the south and to the north, ancient trees, parkland, lakes and mountains beckon.
Ballyvolane House is a member of Hidden Ireland, a group of private houses offering every visitor the chance to sample Irish hospitality at its finest
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 Francis BRYAN (Lord Chief Justice of Ireland)
In 1543, on the appointment of John Dudley, Lord Lisle as admiral, Bryan was made vice-admiral because of ‘his experience in sea matters’.
Bryan's marriage to the widow of the 9th Earl of Ormond was probably a political match designed to prevent her marriage to the Desmond heir, a union which in the event it merely postponed.
In Nov 1548 Bryan arrived in Dublin to take up the office of lord marshal: a year later he was made lord justice pending the arrival of a new lord deputy to replace Sir Edward Bellingham, who had resented his appointment, but on 2 Feb 1550 he died suddenly at Clonmel from an unknown cause.
www.tudorplace.com.ar /Bios/FrancisBryan(JusticeofIreland).htm   (1973 words)

  
 List of Ireland-related topics - LearnThis.Info Enclyclopedia   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-19)
This is a list of Ireland, and Irish, related topics both current and historic; this page can also be called by entering "Irish topics".
If you want to generate a quick list of topics that link to Ireland then navigate to that topic and click on What links here in the toolbox; this will generate an extensive list of topics!
Articles 2 and 3 of the Constitution of Ireland
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