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Choose from 371 pictures in our Justice collection for your Wall Art or Photo Gift. Popular choices include Framed Photos, Canvas Prints, Posters and Jigsaw Puzzles. All professionally made for quick delivery.

Lord Howard de Walden in libel suit Featured Print

Lord Howard de Walden in libel suit

Lord Howard de Walden (Thomas Evelyn Scott-Ellis, 8th Baron Howard de Walden, 4th Baron Seaford, 1880-1946) in the witness box, giving evidence in the Lord Chief Justice's Court regarding his libel suit against Mr John Lewis of Oxford Street. De Walden was the ground landlord of the John Lewis store, and the dispute was over his refusal to grant a lease to extend the store, as a result of which Lewis put up some mildly defamatory posters. De Walden was eventually granted a farthing in damages

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Notebook and wig of Justice Hawkins Featured Print

Notebook and wig of Justice Hawkins

A notebook and wig once belonging to the English Judge, Justice Hawkins (Henry Hawkins, 1st Baron Brampton), given to Horatio William Bottomley, Liberal MP, following an unsuccessful prosecution for fraud. According to Bottomley, Justice Hawkins shook his hand, said he was the ablest advocate he had ever listened to, and handed him the notebook and wig. The entry in the notebook is dated 1893, and contains the names of Horatio Bottomley, Sir Henry Isaacs, Joseph Isaacs and Charles Dollman -- all directors of a company called the Hansard Publishing Union, which failed, owing money to its shareholders and investors. Bottomley made several court appearances as a defendant in libel and fraud cases, and frequently acted for himself. He was also a financier, swindler, journalist and newspaper proprietor. He founded the Financial Times and the magazine John Bull. In 1912 he was forced into bankruptcy, which meant that he had to leave parliament

© Mary Evans Picture Library

Ilford murders - personalities in the case Featured Print

Ilford murders - personalities in the case

Personalities at the time of the trial of Frederick Bywaters and Mrs. Edith Thompson, who were accused and later hung for the murder of Thompson's husband, Percy Thompson. Pictured are the Solicitor General Mr. T.W.H Inskip, the counsel for Mrs Thompson, Sir Henry Curtis Bennett and the counsel for Frederick Bywaters, Mr Cecil White-Ley. The Judge, Mr Justice Shearman, who sentenced the prisoners to death, is also pictured, Date: 1922

© Illustrated London News Ltd/Mary Evans