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Justice Paul Coleridge of London, UK; ethical misfit


Paul James Duke Coleridge was presented with a license to practice law in 1970 after he graduated from Cranleigh College of Law in London. 


The Judicial Conduct Investigations Office found Paulie guilty of the following misconduct.


In one matter, Paul found it acceptable to give an interview and participate in an article published in the Telegraph dealing with his biased views on marriage


Paulie’s conduct was adjudged to be incompatible with his judicial responsibilities and therefore constituted judicial misconduct


As a consequence of his misconduct, Lord Chancellor and Lord Chief Justice, both apologists for Attorney Misfits, punished Paulie by gifting him with a complimentary warning.



As we speak (ca. August 2014), Paulie continues to sit as a Justice in the family court in London, England.



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