Unveil the courts?
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It came as a surprise to the Guardian Law desk to learn that a judge could ask a juror to remove her veil. But not to our readers, 70% of whom said there were circumstances in which such a request would be justified. The 2007 official guidance also backs the decision of Justice Aidan Marron QC. Meanwhile, the ongoing crisis in court interpreting services led the shadow attorney general to urge Dominic Grieve to issue contempt proceedings against Applied Language Solutions, which holds the contract to supply interpreting services in England and Wales.