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Official Name of the Wig Worn by Judges and Main Reason For Wearing them

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Wigs worn by Judges

Wigs especially were supposed to bring anonymity to the Judge. Since in earlier times the people were discriminated on the basis of colour and ethnicity, standard form of wigs displayed unbiasedness and impartiality on the part of Judges that Judge did not belong to any one colour or creed but was an impartial, unbiased human being deciding the case. View pictures in App save up to 80% data.

The name

The official name for the wig lawyers wear is a reffered to as barrister’s wig. They are typically made out of yellowed horse hair (pure white wigs make you look unexperianced) and can take up to three weeks to make.

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Reasons for wearing the Wig

Wigs especially were supposed to bring anonymity to the Judge. Since in earlier times the people were discriminated on the basis of colour and ethnicity, standard form of wigs displayed unbiasedness and impartiality on the part of Judges that Judge did not belong to any one colour or creed but was an impartial, unbiased human being deciding the case.Moreover the anonymity helped the Judge to be less recognised outside the Court thus helping them hide the identity

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The wigs have been done away with for almost most of the twentieth century and it is not at all practiced in the 21st century. Now in England or in certain former colonies wigs might be worn by Judges or Barristers for ceremonial purposes but not as a practice in the Court for trials.

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