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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, similar to those of International Court of Justice.

www.smithsonianmag.com/history/justice-sandra-day-oconnor-on-why-judges-wear-black-robes-4370574

Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on Why Judges Wear Black Robes ... as many retired justices do, on various federal Courts of Appeals across the country.

sites.law.duq.edu/juris/2013/10/24/why-do-judges-wear-black-robes

Oct 24, 2013 ... Photo courtesy of HuffingtonPost.com. by: Meghan Collins, Graphic Designer. To wear robes and wigs, or to not wear robes and wigs: that is ...

www.todayifoundout.com/index.php/2015/02/judges-wear-robes-still-requirement-just-tradition

Feb 6, 2015 ... The new guide suggested judges wear black robes with a fur trim during the winter and violet or scarlet robes that feature pink taffeta for the ...

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In some countries, judges wear colorful robes or other clothing, but U.S. judges almost always wear robes in black. This practice had its start in England, but its ...

arstechnica.com/civis/viewtopic.php?f=23&t=145211

Question: Why do Judges wear black robes? Answer: Upon the founding of our country, John Adams and Thomas Jefferson disagreed on what ...

www.quora.com/Why-do-judges-wear-black-robes

Here is a great article on the subject written by Supreme Court Justice Sandra Day O'Connor: Justice Sandra Day O'Connor on Why Judges Wear Black Robes  ...

www.abajournal.com/magazine/article/florida_supreme_court_orders_judges_to_wear_black_robes

Black is the new … well, black. In Florida, anyway. Seeking to promote uniformity in judicial attire, last fall the Florida Supreme Court adopted Rule 2.340 on its ...

www.supremecourt.gov/about/traditions.aspx

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.