Judge who locked up Sean Mercer's mum and prosecuted James Bulger's killer returns to city to retire
Fond farewells were paid to a former top Liverpool judge, Sir Henry Globe, who has retired from the High Court bench.
Sir Henry, who was the city’s Honorary Recorder for eight years until he became a high court judge in 2011, said it was fitting to return to his home town to mark the end of his “stellar” career.
The cream of Liverpool’s legal profession, including The current Recorder of Liverpool, Judge Clement Goldstone, QC and Sir Brian Leveson, president of the Queen’s Bench Division, gathered to pay tribute in the crowded courtroom, where Sir Henry used to sit, in the city’s QE11 Law... read more
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