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High Court (Ireland)

The High Court of Ireland is a court which deals at first instance with the most serious and important civil and criminal cases. When sitting as a criminal court it is called the Central Criminal Court and sits with judge and jury. It also acts a ...

                                               

Military Court of Appeals

The Israeli Military Court of Appeals is the supreme military court of the Israel Defense Forces. It considers and judges over appeals submitted by the Military Advocate General which challenge decisions rendered by the District Military Tribunal ...

                                               

Legal Research and Training Institute

The Legal Research and Training Institute is operated by the Supreme Court of Japan for the purposes of judicial research and training of new attorneys, prosecutors and judges. It is located in the city of Wako, Saitama, northwest of Tokyo.

                                               

List of Justices of the Supreme Court of Japan

The Supreme Court of Japan is the highest court in Japan, composed of fifteen justices. The Chief Justice is nominated by the Cabinet and appointed to office by the Emperor, while associate justices are appointed by the Cabinet in attestation of ...

                                               

Gor Sunguh Commission

Between April 2003 and March 2005 Gor Sunguh was the chairman of the Parliamentary Select Committee Investigating Circumstances Leading to the Death of the Late Dr. Robert Ouko, EGH, MP tasked with investigating the death of former Kenyan Foreign ...

                                               

Lord President of the Supreme Court

The title of Lord President of the Supreme Court was formerly the title of the head of the judiciary in Malaysia, until 1994 when the office was renamed "Chief Justice of the Federal Court". The Lord President was head of the highest court in Mal ...

                                               

Disputes Tribunal

The Disputes Tribunal is a small claims court in New Zealand. It can hear certain civil claims up to a disputed sum of.000. Many claims are for relatively small amounts and are made on a point of principle. The Tribunal has offices and holds hear ...

                                               

High Court of New Zealand

The High Court of New Zealand is the superior court of New Zealand. It has general jurisdiction and responsibility, under the Senior Courts Act 2016, as well as the High Court Rules 2016, for the administration of justice throughout New Zealand. ...

                                               

Court of appeal (Norway)

The court of appeal is the second level of courts of justice in Norway, reviewing criminal and civil cases appealed from the district courts. There are six courts of appeal, each covering a jurisdiction and based in a city. Each court is led by a ...

                                               

National Insurance Court

The National Insurance Court is an appeals court for welfare cases in Norway. It was established by law on 16 December 1966. Its purpose is to judge in cases where decisions by mainly the Norwegian Labour and Welfare Service have been appealed. A ...

                                               

High Courts of Pakistan

There are five High Courts of Pakistan, each of four based in the capital city of one of the four provinces. The government has proposed a fifth high court to cover the Islamabad Capital Territory. This proposal was blocked by the Lahore High Cou ...

                                               

Islamabad High Court

The Islamabad High Court is the senior court of the Islamabad Capital Territory, Pakistan, with appellate jurisdiction over the following District Courts: Islamabad District Court West Islamabad District Court East

                                               

Balochistan High Court

The High Court of Balochistan is the highest judicial institution of Balochistan, Pakistan. The court is formally known as High Court of Balochistan. It is situated at the provincial capital Quetta. Mir Ali Dost Bugti was the first judge of Baloc ...

                                               

High Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir

The High Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir is an appellate court in Muzaffarabad, Azad Jammu and Kashmir. It hears appeals from the District Courts of Azad Kashmir. The court has three circuit benches based in Kotli, Mirpur, and Rawalakot.

                                               

Peshawar High Court

The Peshawar High Court is the highest judicial institution of Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa. It is located in the provincial capital Peshawar. The Parliament passed a bill extending the jurisdiction of the Supreme Court and the Peshawar High Court to Feder ...

                                               

Sindh High Court

The High Court of Sindh is the highest judicial institution of the province of Sindh. Established in 1906, the Court situated in the provincial capital at Karachi. Apart from being the highest Court of Appeal for Sindh in civil and criminal matte ...

                                               

West Pakistan High Court

The High Court of West Pakistan was the High Court for the province of West Pakistan during the days of one unit from 1956 to 1971 until the separation of East Pakistan.

                                               

Supreme Court of Azad Jammu and Kashmir

The Supreme Court of Azad Jammu & Kashmir is the highest court of appeal in Azad Jammu and Kashmir. It consists of a Chief Justice and two other Judges. The number of judges in the AJK’’ Supreme Court has been fixed at three by the AJK’’ Interim ...

                                               

List of Chief Justices of Islamabad High Court

The Chief Justice of Islamabad heads the Islamabad High Court. The Islamabad High Court re-established after the 18th Amendment in the Constitution of Pakistan, 1973.

                                               

List of Justices of the Islamabad High Court

                                               

List of Justices of the Supreme Court of Pakistan

The Supreme Court of Pakistan is the highest and apex court in the judicial hierarchy in Pakistan. Its judicial membership currently composed of the Chief Justice of Pakistan and fifteen senior justices, also consisting the ad hoc appointments of ...

                                               

Nazar Akbar

Nazar Akbar is a Pakistani judge who is serving as a Justice in Sindh High Court. He wrote a dissenting opinion in the Musharraf high treason case.

                                               

Maulvi Mushtaq Hussain

Maulvi Mushtaq Hussain was a Pakistani jurist who served as chief justice of the Lahore High Court. Most notably in his career as a judge, he presided over the trial of former prime minister of Pakistan, Zulfiqar Ali Bhutto.

                                               

Shahid Karim

Shahid Karim is a Pakistani jurist who has been Justice of the Lahore High Court since 7 November 2014. He was part of the special court which heard the high treason case against Pervez Musharraf and one of the only two judges who convicted him f ...

                                               

Courts of Peace of Peru

The Courts of Peace are the lowest hierarchic level in the judicial system of Peru. Each district in the country has a Court of Peace. Courts of Peace have jurisdiction over minor cases and cannot try criminals. They are not divided into specialt ...

                                               

Superior Courts of Justice of Peru

The Superior Courts of Justice or Superior Sectors of Peru are the second highest courts of the Judicial System of Peru. It is only second to the Supreme Court. There is one court for each Judicial District which more or less correspond with each ...

                                               

Court of Appeals of the Philippines

The Court of Appeals is the second-highest judicial court in the Philippines, next to the Supreme Court. The Court of Appeals consists of 1 Presiding Justice and 68 Associate Justices. Pursuant to the Constitution, the Court of Appeals "reviews n ...

                                               

Sandiganbayan

The Sandiganbayan is a special appellate collegial court in the Philippines that has jurisdiction over criminal and civil cases involving graft and corrupt practices and other offenses committed by public officers and employees, including those i ...

                                               

Moscow City Court

Moscow City Court is the highest judicial body of the city of Moscow on civil, criminal, administrative and other cases.

                                               

Special Tribunal of the Ruling Senate

Special Tribunal of the Ruling Senate for Investigation of Crimes Against State and Illegal Associations was a judicial body in Imperial Russia, established on June 7 of 1872 by the order of Alexander II due to his discontent over the sentence, a ...

                                               

Court of Appeal of Singapore

The Court of Appeal of the Republic of Singapore is the nations highest court and its court of final appeal. It is the upper division of the Supreme Court of Singapore, the lower being the High Court. The Court of Appeal consists of the Chief Jus ...

                                               

Family Justice Courts of Singapore

Family Justice Courts of Singapore comprise the Youth Courts, Family Courts and High Courts. The Youth Courts hear cases related to children and young persons. It was formerly the Juvenile Courts under the civil division State Courts of Singapore ...

                                               

High Court (Singapore)

The High Court of the Republic of Singapore is the lower division of the Supreme Court of Singapore, the upper being the Court of Appeal. It consists of the Chief Justice of Singapore and the Judges of the High Court. Judicial Commissioners are o ...

                                               

Judge of Singapore

A recorder of the Court of Judicature of Prince of Wales Island, Singapore and Malacca A judge of the Supreme Court of the Straits Settlements A senior judicial officer of the Straits Settlements 27 November 1826 – 14 February 1942 A senior judic ...

                                               

Judicial commissioner

A judicial commissioner is person appointed on a non-permanent basis to a judicial office. In some countries, such as Malaysia and Singapore, judicial commissioners have the powers of full judges. In other jurisdictions their powers are limited.

                                               

Courts of South Africa

The courts of South Africa are the civil and criminal courts responsible for the administration of justice in South Africa. They apply the law of South Africa and are established under the Constitution of South Africa or under Acts of the Parliam ...

                                               

High Court of South Africa

The High Court of South Africa is a superior court of law in South Africa. It is divided into nine provincial divisions, some of which sit in more than one location. Each High Court division has general jurisdiction over a defined geographical ar ...

                                               

Magistrates court (South Africa)

The magistrates courts are the lowest level of the court system in South Africa. They are the courts of first instance for most criminal cases except for the most serious crimes, and for civil cases where the value of the claim is below a fixed m ...

                                               

Supreme Court of South Africa

The Supreme Court of South Africa was a superior court of law in South Africa from 1910 to 1997. It was made up of various provincial and local divisions with jurisdiction over specific geographical areas, and an Appellate Division which was the ...

                                               

High Court of Justice of Castile-La Mancha

The High Court of Justice of Castilla-La Mancha is the highest body of the judiciary in the autonomous community of Castile-La Mancha. It is headquartered in the city of Albacete. He is heir to the Royal Court of Albacete established by Queen Mar ...

                                               

High Court of Justice of Catalonia

The High Court of Justice of Catalonia is the highest body and last judicial instance of the Spanish judiciary in Catalonia. Unlike the Parliament of Catalonia or the Executive Council of Catalonia, the TSJC is not a part of the Generalitat of Ca ...

                                               

High Court of Galicia

The High Court of Justice of Galicia is the highest body and last judicial instance in the Galician jurisdiction, integrating the Spanish judiciary. Together with the Parliament of Galicia and the Galician Government, the TSXG is one of the three ...

                                               

Tribunal de Cassacio

Tribunal de Cassacio was the Generalitat of Catalonias judicial organization during the Second Spanish Republic founded in 1934, established by the Statute of Autonomy of Catalonia of 1932. It had jurisdiction in matters of administrative and civ ...

                                               

Gardiye Punchihewage Amaraseela Silva

Gardiye Punchihewage Amaraseela Silva was the 34th Chief Justice of Sri Lanka. He was appointed in 1973 succeeding Hugh Norman Gregory Fernando and was Chief Justice until 1974. He was succeeded by Victor Tennekoon.

                                               

Court of Appeal for Northern Norrland

The Court of Appeal for Northern Norrland is a court of appeal with a court district covering the entire area of Vasterbotten County and Norrbotten County. The court has its seat in Umeå, in one of the few masonry buildings still standing after t ...

                                               

Gota Court of Appeal

The Gota Court of Appeal, located in Jonkoping, is one of the six appellate courts in the Swedish legal system. The court was established in 1634 during the regency of Queen Christina. It is the second oldest of the Swedish courts of appeal, afte ...

                                               

Gothenburg District Court

                                               

Ljungby District Court

Ljungby District Court was a district court in Ljungby, Kronoberg county whose jurisdiction included the municipalities of Ljungby, Markaryd and Almhult. Ljungby District Court came under the Gota Court of Appeal. On the 12 September 2005 the cou ...

                                               

Migration Court

A Migration Court is a type of administrative court within the Swedish legal system. They are part of the general administrative courts in Stockholm, Gothenburg, Malmo and Luleå. The Migration Courts are the courts of appeal for decisions made by ...

                                               

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