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How to address a letter to a judge without

(6 Posts)
myroomisatip Fri 06-Sep-13 17:58:35

knowing the name of the judge?

Any advice would be much appreciated.

TIA

Dear Judgier-von-holier-than-thou

No ? wink

DorisShutt Fri 06-Sep-13 18:09:46

Your honour?

No dear, just that?

fuckwittery Fri 06-Sep-13 18:52:53

Do you know what sort of Judge you are writing to? what court is the case in?

Most Judges in civil or family cases in the County Court you would write to As Dear Judge; or if you are writing to a magistrate, use Dear Sir/Madam

www.judiciary.gov.uk/you-and-the-judiciary/going-to-court/what-do-i-call-judge

babybarrister Fri 06-Sep-13 19:38:22

Remember a copy will be provided to the other side

myroomisatip Sat 07-Sep-13 15:53:39

Thanks for the help. It was addressed 'Your Honour'....

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