- Criminal Law Defense Witness as "Accomplice": should the Trial Judge Give a "Care and Caution" Instruction?
- To avoid too many appeals, a trial judge often seeks informal advice from a judge in a higher court.
- But as said by Penlington JA, it is essentially a matter for the trial judge or magistrate.
- Generally, tracks are laid, marked, and mapped on the day previous to the tracking trial by the trial judge or steward.
- The trial judge renders his decisions at the people's level. It is in the trial courts that the law is made alive and its words are given meaning.
- During his time at Ole Miss, he worked as a staff attorney for a trial judge and subsequently taught at Alcorn State University.