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What qualifications do you need to become a magistrate? How do you become a magistrate? Do lay magistrates receive any training? Do magistrates get paid? How often do magistrates sit in court? What kind of criminal offences do magistrates deal with? Crimes can be divided into three categories: Very Serious called indictable offences eg murder, rape, manslaughter which can only be dealt with in a Crown Court before a judge and jury Serious either way offences eg theft, fraud when the defendant may be dealt with either by magistrates or in a Crown Court Less serious called summary offences eg traffic, excess alcohol are only dealt with by magistrates How much crime is dealt with in magistrates' courts?

Do magistrates deal with any other matters? How do magistrates decide which sentence to give? In deciding what sentence to impose, magistrates will take the following factors into account: The facts of the offence which have been presented in court The circumstances of the offender The defendant's explanation of the offence and any other relevant matters in the defendant's favour. What sentencing powers are available to magistrates? Who is responsible for running the courts service? What other personnel are in the Magistrates Court?

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The Court Clerk Legal Adviser - ensure that the magistrates have all the information they need to do their job. The Usher - makes sure that order is maintained in the court and that the proceedings run smoothly. The Court Reporter - may work for local or national press, usually newspapers but also for radio and television stations. They attend court and report on the cases. Often solicitors will be able to handle cases in front of the Magistrate. The Barrister - a solicitor may refer a case to a barrister if the matter is too serious for the solicitor to handle, a barrister will handle the case.

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Come listen to distinguished speakers who are helping to shape the future and trajectory of this abundant continent. Latest News. They should be applied consistently with constitutional requirements, statutes, other court rules and decisional law, and in the context of all relevant circumstances. The Code is to be construed so it does not impinge on the essential independence of judges in making judicial decisions.

The Code is designed to provide guidance to judges and nominees for judicial office. It may also provide standards of conduct for application in proceedings under the Judicial Councils Reform and Judicial Conduct and Disability Act of 28 U. Not every violation of the Code should lead to disciplinary action. Whether disciplinary action is appropriate, and the degree of discipline, should be determined through a reasonable application of the text and should depend on such factors as the seriousness of the improper activity, the intent of the judge, whether there is a pattern of improper activity, and the effect of the improper activity on others or on the judicial system.

Many of the restrictions in the Code are necessarily cast in general terms, and judges may reasonably differ in their interpretation. Furthermore, the Code is not designed or intended as a basis for civil liability or criminal prosecution. Finally, the Code is not intended to be used for tactical advantage. A Respect for Law. A judge should respect and comply with the law and should act at all times in a manner that promotes public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary. B Outside Influence.

A judge should not allow family, social, political, financial, or other relationships to influence judicial conduct or judgment. A judge should neither lend the prestige of the judicial office to advance the private interests of the judge or others nor convey or permit others to convey the impression that they are in a special position to influence the judge. A judge should not testify voluntarily as a character witness. C Nondiscriminatory Membership. A judge should not hold membership in any organization that practices invidious discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, or national origin.

Canon 2A. Public confidence in the judiciary is eroded by irresponsible or improper conduct by judges, including harassment and other inappropriate workplace behavior. A judge must avoid all impropriety and appearance of impropriety. This prohibition applies to both professional and personal conduct. A judge must expect to be the subject of constant public scrutiny and accept freely and willingly restrictions that might be viewed as burdensome by the ordinary citizen.

Because it is not practicable to list all prohibited acts, the prohibition is necessarily cast in general terms that extend to conduct by judges that is harmful although not specifically mentioned in the Code. Actual improprieties under this standard include violations of law, court rules, or other specific provisions of this Code.

Canon 2B. Testimony as a character witness injects the prestige of the judicial office into the proceeding in which the judge testifies and may be perceived as an official testimonial. A judge should discourage a party from requiring the judge to testify as a character witness except in unusual circumstances when the demands of justice require. This Canon does not create a privilege against testifying in response to an official summons. A judge should avoid lending the prestige of judicial office to advance the private interests of the judge or others.

A judge should be sensitive to possible abuse of the prestige of office. A judge should not initiate communications to a sentencing judge or a probation or corrections officer but may provide information to such persons in response to a formal request. Judges may participate in the process of judicial selection by cooperating with appointing authorities and screening committees seeking names for consideration and by responding to official inquiries concerning a person being considered for a judgeship.

Canon 2C. Canon 2C refers to the current practices of the organization. Whether an organization practices invidious discrimination is often a complex question to which judges should be sensitive. City of New York, U. Rotary Club of Duarte, U. United States Jaycees, U. Other relevant factors include the size and nature of the organization and the diversity of persons in the locale who might reasonably be considered potential members.

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Thus the mere absence of diverse membership does not by itself demonstrate a violation unless reasonable persons with knowledge of all the relevant circumstances would expect that the membership would be diverse in the absence of invidious discrimination. Absent such factors, an organization is generally said to discriminate invidiously if it arbitrarily excludes from membership on the basis of race, religion, sex, or national origin persons who would otherwise be admitted to membership. In addition, it would be a violation of Canons 2 and 2A for a judge to arrange a meeting at a club that the judge knows practices invidious discrimination on the basis of race, sex, religion, or national origin in its membership or other policies, or for the judge to use such a club regularly.

When a judge determines that an organization to which the judge belongs engages in invidious discrimination that would preclude membership under Canon 2C or under Canons 2 and 2A, the judge is permitted, in lieu of resigning, to make immediate and continuous efforts to have the organization discontinue its invidiously discriminatory practices. The duties of judicial office take precedence over all other activities. The judge should perform those duties with respect for others, and should not engage in behavior that is harassing, abusive, prejudiced, or biased. The judge should adhere to the following standards:.

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Except as set out below, a judge should not initiate, permit, or consider ex parte communications or consider other communications concerning a pending or impending matter that are made outside the presence of the parties or their lawyers. If a judge receives an unauthorized ex parte communication bearing on the substance of a matter, the judge should promptly notify the parties of the subject matter of the communication and allow the parties an opportunity to respond, if requested.

A judge may:. A judge should not approve compensation of appointees beyond the fair value of services rendered. A judge should not engage in any form of harassment of court personnel. A judge should not retaliate against those who report misconduct. Instead of withdrawing from the proceeding, a judge disqualified by Canon 3C 1 may, except in the circumstances specifically set out in subsections a through e , disclose on the record the basis of disqualification.

The judge may participate in the proceeding if, after that disclosure, the parties and their lawyers have an opportunity to confer outside the presence of the judge, all agree in writing or on the record that the judge should not be disqualified, and the judge is then willing to participate. The agreement should be incorporated in the record of the proceeding. Canon 3A 3. The duty to hear all proceedings fairly and with patience is not inconsistent with the duty to dispose promptly of the business of the court.

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Courts can be efficient and businesslike while being patient and deliberate. The duty to be respectful includes the responsibility to avoid comment or behavior that could reasonably be interpreted as harassment, prejudice or bias. Canon 3A 4.

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The restriction on ex parte communications concerning a proceeding includes communications from lawyers, law teachers, and others who are not participants in the proceeding. A judge may consult with other judges or with court personnel whose function is to aid the judge in carrying out adjudicative responsibilities. A judge should make reasonable efforts to ensure that law clerks and other court personnel comply with this provision.

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A judge may encourage and seek to facilitate settlement but should not act in a manner that coerces any party into surrendering the right to have the controversy resolved by the courts. Canon 3A 5. In disposing of matters promptly, efficiently, and fairly, a judge must demonstrate due regard for the rights of the parties to be heard and to have issues resolved without unnecessary cost or delay.

A judge should monitor and supervise cases to reduce or eliminate dilatory practices, avoidable delays, and unnecessary costs. Canon 3A 6. The admonition against public comment about the merits of a pending or impending matter continues until the appellate process is complete. A judge may comment publicly on proceedings in which the judge is a litigant in a personal capacity, but not on mandamus proceedings when the judge is a litigant in an official capacity but the judge may respond in accordance with Fed.

Canon 3B 3. Consent by the parties to an appointment or an award of compensation does not relieve the judge of the obligation prescribed by this subsection. Canon 3B 4. A judge should neither engage in, nor tolerate, workplace conduct that is reasonably interpreted as harassment, abusive behavior, or retaliation for reporting such conduct.

The duty to refrain from retaliation includes retaliation against former as well as current judiciary personnel. Under this Canon, harassment encompasses a range of conduct having no legitimate role in the workplace, including harassment that constitutes discrimination on impermissible grounds and other abusive, oppressive, or inappropriate conduct directed at judicial employees or others. Canon 3B 6. Public confidence in the integrity and impartiality of the judiciary is promoted when judges take appropriate action based on reliable information of likely misconduct.

Appropriate action depends on the circumstances, but the overarching goal of such action should be to prevent harm to those affected by the misconduct and to prevent recurrence. A judge, in deciding what action is appropriate, may take into account any request for confidentiality made by a person complaining of or reporting misconduct.