Bad Judges: Hewart v Wilson

From 19th Century to the 21st Century, thoroughly main Bad Judges.

Lord Hewart, 1st Viscount Hewart (7 January 1870 – 5 May 1943) and Lord Chief Justice has been described as “one of the most vigorous and vociferous believers in the impeccability of the English jury system of this or any other century”[2] However, in 1931, Hewart made legal history, when (sitting with Mr Justice Branson and Mr Justice Hawke) he quashed the conviction for murder of William Herbert Wallace, on the grounds that the conviction was not supported by the weight of the evidence. In other words, the jury was wrong.” (Wikipedia)

Lord Hewart was the originator of “Not only must Justice be done; it must also be seen to be done.”  (Wikipedia)

Lord Hewart is known to be a thoroughly Bad Judge of the 20th Century.


Lord Wilson (b. 9 May 1945) and Supreme Court Judge, did not loose any time to build on Lord Hewart’s phrase of “Not only must Justice be done; it must also be seen to be done.”

Lord Wilson came up with his own phrase: The barrister is not only the actor in the play, but, albeit with substantial assistance from the solicitor, he also writes the script and designs the set. When the show is a success there is no feeling more wonderful.” (Newsletter, Summer 2011 – Family Law Bar Association)

He has been involved in corrupt activities and wrongfully forced other Judges to protect his wrong doing which started in November 2010 when he was a Judge in the Court of Appeal and more recently in the Supreme Court. The Head Judges from both courts, Lord Dyson and Lord Neuberger, have been forced to resign earlier their judicial positions (in 2016 and 2017, respectively) due to the discovery of their corrupt activities and abuse of judicial power.

Lord Wilson is known to be a thoroughly Bad Judge of the 21st Century.   (See “The Impeachment of Lord Wilson“. Click here.)


From the closed doors and secret family courts to the ‘jungle judges’ who no longer are expelled from the UK but promoted to a different court or a higher position, clear RESEARCH / INVESTIGATION / ANALYSIS is being provided to the Public.

These are the Judges who behaved badly, abused their position of trust and misled the Public through their corrupt and misguided behaviour.    Thoroughly Bad Judges.

Bad Judges of 19th & 20th Century. Click here.

Bad Judges of 21st Century – Primary. Click here.

Bad Judges of 21st Century – Secondary. Click here.


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