His disHonour Judge Pearce

October 2, 2019

It is very worrying that his dishonour judge Pearce appears to be sitting in the High Court (https://www.legalfutures.co.uk/latest-news/e-mail-footer-counted-as-signature-for-property-contract).

It is of grave concern that a judge who ignores evidence, deliberately “misinterprets” evidence and invents evidence shoud sit in the High Court. It is questionable whether such a person should even be a judge, let alone one who sits in the High Court.

This man is so dishonourable that it makes a mockery of referring to him by his formal title. People like him bring the judiciary into disrepute.

If one goes to the Guide to Judicial Conduct (https://www.judiciary.uk/wp-content/uploads/2016/07/judicial-conduct-v2018-final-2.pdf), one sees that there are three basic principles guiding judicial conduct, namely: Judicial independence; Impartiality; and Integrity.

I don’t know how Pearce rates on Judicial independence, but I shall assume that he didn’t take payment from the Cheshire constabulary. But he fails dismally with respect to the other two principles:

Impartiality is well covered by the judicial oath “I will do right to all manner of people after the laws and usages of this Realm, without fear or favour, affection or ill-will.”. He clearly violated that oath and did not do right when he ignored evidence, “misinterpreted” evidence and invented evidence in order to say that he believed perjuring police constables and not a truthful claimant. He didn’t do right when he refused a costs hearing and refused to take account of the multiple violations of the practice direction for pre-action conduct when assessing liability for costs. His prejudice and lack of impartiality is overwhelming and he is an absolute disgrace whose oath is totally meaningless. He should not be a judge at any level.

It goes without saying that a man like that has a complete lack of Integrity. Judges like that bring the judiciary into disrepute. How can the judiciary be trusted when you have people like Pearce sitting in the High Court?

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