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Report No. 80

2.4. Confidence commanded by the judiciary.-

Nothing counts more for the judiciary than the confidence it commands. As observed by a writer1 while dealing with a great American Judge:-

"What is it, indeed which makes a Judge? In the ultimate sense, the greatest of judges are those in whom is placed the greatest confidence as Judges. And this confidence goes to the judge who inspires in his brethren on the bench, at the bar, and among the public whom he serves, the conviction that the decision of every question, the weighing of every argument, the resolution of every discretionary issue, will be made selflessly, fearlessly, wisely in so far as wisdom is given to him, and to the best of his understanding of the law which binds him as well as the litigants."

1. Charles A Horsky Augustuz Noble Hand, in (1935) 68 Harvand Law Review, 1118, 1119.

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