Attorney-at-law Wendel Robinson pledged to defend Chief Magistrate Joanne Walsh “fearlessly” amid criticism for representing her in the upcoming disciplinary hearing.
The Judicial and Legal Services Commission filed ten charges against Walsh. Robinson, assisting lead attorney Kenny Kentish, stated that he gained recognition in her court during his private practice.
Despite occasional disagreements, he emphasized her right to a fair defense and clearing her name.
The Chief Magistrate faces complaints about her conduct and attitude toward staff, but specific charges remain undisclosed.
A three-member panel, including an anonymous Court of Appeal judge, will preside over the hearing scheduled for next month.
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