Court dress comprises the style of clothes prescribed for courts of law, and for
royal courts. ..... Judges in the Court of Final Appeal, however, do not wear wigs
but only gowns with lace jabot, si...
Although I retired in 2006, I still wear a robe in my role as a “circuit-rider,” sitting
frequently, as many retired justices do, on various federal Courts of Appeals ...
Oct 24, 2013 ... by: Meghan Collins, Graphic Designer To wear robes and wigs, or to not wear
robes and wigs: that is the question. When the United States ...
It all has to do with Freemasonry; it all has to do with the control of education in ...
Judges and Roman Catholic priests also traditionally wear/wore black robes.
So after 1635, the correctly-dressed judge would have worn a black robe faced ...
trials, and for civil trials some judges had begun to wear a black silk gown. ...
1680s still show judges defiantly sporting their own natural hair, and wigs do not
Dec 31, 2015 ... Should justices be forced to wear black robes to seem prestigious and objective?
1000 English Judge in Full Regalia. Wigs,. Coifs,. and Other Idiosyncrasies .... of
Appeal, wear a black silk gown and a short wig, as they do in Divisional Court .
Jan 1, 2016 ... Black is the new … well, black. In Florida, anyway. Seeking to promote uniformity
in judicial attire, last fall the Florida Supreme Court adopted ...
Jul 25, 2013 ... See Jerry Anderson, M.A., WHY DO JUDGES WEAR BLACK ROBES? AND WHY
IS A DRUNKARD CALLED A “LUSH”? (December 7, 2011).
Since at least 1800, it has been traditional for Justices to wear black robes while
... a red facing, somewhat like those worn by early colonial and English judges.