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Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and
Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of read more

Whoever undertakes to set himself up as a judge of Truth and
Knowledge is shipwrecked by the laughter of the gods.

by Edmund Burke Found in: Judges Quotes,
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So wise, so grave, of so perplex'd a tongue,
And loud withal, that would not wag, not scarce
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So wise, so grave, of so perplex'd a tongue,
And loud withal, that would not wag, not scarce
Lie still without a fee.

by Ben Jonson Found in: Judges Quotes,
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My suit has nothing to do with the assault, or battery, or
poisoning, but is about three goats, which, read more

My suit has nothing to do with the assault, or battery, or
poisoning, but is about three goats, which, I complain, have been
stolen by my neighbor. This the judge desires to have proved to
him; but you, with swelling words and extravagant gestures,
dilate on the Battle of Cannae, the Mithridatic war, and the
perjuries of the insensate Carthaginians, the Syllae, the Marii,
and the Mucii. It is time, Postumus, to say something about my
three goats.

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Heaven is above all yet; there sits a judge
That no king can corrupt.

Heaven is above all yet; there sits a judge
That no king can corrupt.

by William Shakespeare Found in: Judges Quotes,
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There should be many judges, for few will always do the will of
few.
[It., Bisogna che i read more

There should be many judges, for few will always do the will of
few.
[It., Bisogna che i giudici siano assai, perche pochi sempre
fanno a modo de' pochi.]

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The judge's duty is to inquire about the time, as well as the
facts.
[Lat., Judicis officium est read more

The judge's duty is to inquire about the time, as well as the
facts.
[Lat., Judicis officium est ut res ita tempora rerum
Quaerere.]

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To offend and judge are distinct offices,
And of opposed natures.

To offend and judge are distinct offices,
And of opposed natures.

by William Shakespeare Found in: Judges Quotes,
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I'm not final because I'm right, I'm right because I'm final.

I'm not final because I'm right, I'm right because I'm final.

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A judge's duty is to grant justice, but his practice is to delay
it: even those judges who know read more

A judge's duty is to grant justice, but his practice is to delay
it: even those judges who know their duty adhere to the general
practice.
[Fr., Le devoir des juges est de rendre justice, leur metier est
de la differer; quelques uns savent leur devoir, et font leur
metier.]

by Jean De La Bruyere Found in: Judges Quotes,
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