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Supreme Court: Judges Should Possess Sterling Quality of Integrity - (23 Sep 2019)


Supreme Court has observed that the judiciary is an institution founded on honesty and integrity while reasserting that it is necessary for judicial officers to possess the “sterling quality of integrity” to be able to serve the public. It made the observation while declining to show any leniency to a Maharashtra-based judicial magistrate, who had challenged his 2004 dismissal from service following allegation he passed orders in favour of the clients of a woman lawyer.


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