JUDGES on America’s Supreme Court, and on many other tribunals of last resort around the world, are called “justices”. The term carries a whiff of pretence, but the honorific reassures a citizenry whose lives are subject to rulings by unelected members of the judiciary. In the lower courts, judges are just called “judges”, but they tend to inspire similar confidence in their legal knowledge and fundamental fairness.
Judges Admitting Mistakes: Mea Culpa
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