Tag: Paweł Juszczyszyn
Scandalous attack by the political NCJ on the court in Bydgoszcz and Judge Juszczyszyn’s lawyer
The new NCJ, which is supposed to defend the independence of the courts, has itself attacked the court in Bydgoszcz for reinstating Judge Paweł Juszczyszyn. It has also attacked the judge’s lawyer, who is demanding that the First President of the Supreme Court enforce the ruling in Juszczyszyn’s case.
Polish court challenges Disciplinary Chamber’s order. Judge Paweł Juszczyszyn can return to adjudicating
This is a precedent-setting and sensational judgment. For the first time, a Polish court has directly challenged a decision of the illegal Disciplinary Chamber. The judgment of the court in Olsztyn is immediately enforceable, which means that Pawel Juszczyszyn can return to work in court.
The ‘Disciplinary Chamber’ has suspended Judge Tuleya and allowed criminal charges to be brought against him
The illegally constituted Disciplinary Chamber has lifted the immunity of Judge Igor Tuleya, which will allow the National Prosecutor’s Office to bring absurd criminal charges against him for admitting journalists to an announcement of a ruling which was important to the public. Tuleya was also suspended from his duties as a judge and had his salary reduced by 25%.
The illegal Disciplinary Chamber revoked Judge Beata Morawiec’s immunity under the cover of night
‘These are inquisitorial proceedings. This has nothing to do with a fair trial,’ said Judge Beata Morawiec’s defence attorneys. The judge can still appeal against the Disciplinary Chamber’s decision
Judiciary in Poland: an ongoing decay of the rule of law
The unruly media of the authorities, namely editors Morawiecki and Dworczyk in the Karnowskis’ portal
Open Letter to the European Commission regarding Polish National Council of the Judiciary
E-mail scandal: ‘Some journalist should ask me about it’. How the government’s narrative about ‘anarchy’ in the judiciary was created
Attack of the disciplinary commissioners on Judge Żurek. ‘They are ridiculing themselves’