Sir James Munby, president of the Family Division, told a Family Justice Council event yesterday that judges should not be called upon to justify their own cases, or other judges’ cases, except in the context of the Court of Appeal. Munby said: ‘Judges explain their reasoning in their judgments. They are fair game for comment and criticism however vehemently and harshly expressed. But to challenge a judgment you go to the Court of Appeal.’
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