10.00 AM TOMORROW MORNING
A JERSEY’S ROYAL COURT BUILDING.
My Appeal for an Objective and Impartial Court.
Just a very brief post, as I’m busy ploughing through various law-books and things of that nature.
I’m in court again tomorrow morning, at 10.00 at Jersey’s Royal Court – where I shall be mounting two arguments.
Readers will recollect that when appearing before the Jersey Magistrate’s court, the first step I took was to argue that the court could not meet the well-established tests of impartiality and objectivity.
Naturally, the judge rejected that argument – so tomorrow, I am going to the Royal Court to appeal against her decision.
But – of course – all the arguments concerning structural biases and conflicts of interest that I mounted in the Magistrate’s court – also apply to the Royal Court.
Indeed – if anything – dramatically more so.
Therefore – before we get onto my actual appeal against the Magistrate’s court decision – I’m mounting what is known as a recusal application before the Royal Court – just as I did the lower court.
Now – this exercise is going to be quite fascinating.
You see, I have a variety of legal sources to refer to – and a variety of evidence, which I have submitted – and – for tomorrow’s purposes – a particular witness I shall need to cross-examine to stand any chance whatsoever of making my case.
Will the witness submit to cross-examination?!?!
If he does – we get a very interesting legal case.
If he doesn’t – I don’t get a fair trial.
Come and watch Jersey justice in action.
10.00 am, tomorrow morning.