Apologised for ‘remoted incident’

A “annoyed” decide has been issued with formal recommendation for shouting at a barrister throughout a listening to.

The Judicial Conduct Investigations Workplace (JCIO) mentioned the “temporary, remoted incident” occurred throughout a “tough time” in Decide Andrew Shaw’s private life.

In reaching their decision, the Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice took into consideration that he had “some trigger to be annoyed” and had apologised to counsel.

The JCIO assertion additionally notes that “different allegations towards the decide weren’t substantiated”.

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