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What does DHCJ stand for?

DHCJ stands for Deputy High Court Judge (UK)

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  • Military and Government

Samples in periodicals archive:

Nicholas Strauss QC, sitting as deputy High Court judge, said the temporary order would prevent Iambic Media from "exploiting film and sound recordings" of the Michael Jackson Forever tribute concert, held at the Millennium Stadium in October last year.
Judge Pelling, who was sitting as a deputy High Court judge, told the court: "This was a dishonest claim, dishonestly advanced.
A DEPUTY high court judge who hit his wife during an argument has been sacked for bringing the judiciary into disrepute, it was announced yesterday.
Now a QC he is also a deputy high court judge and has been involved in major cases of the past two decades such as Maxwell, Polly Peck and Enron.
Dr Gill won the case after a deputy High Court judge at Leeds Combined Court ruled that the university lecturer's "domineering" father had coerced her mother into making the will, leaving their 287-acre farm to the RSPCA.