Through Nicolas claich
Thursday, September 30, 2021, the formal re-entry hearing of the judicial tribunal of Caen (Calvados), took on an even more important character than usual. It was the occasion to install in their functions the new president of the court, Nicolas Houx, as well as seven other magistrates.
Former president of the court of Cherbourg
54 years old, Nicolas holly arrived from Arras (Pas-de-Calais), where he played the same role. Originally from Rouen, he began his career as a professor of law, before joining the judiciary as a judge of Chartres. He was then an examining magistrate in Evreux, then finished the judicial court of Cherbourg, 2012 to 2017.
Very attached to “the solidarity and inventiveness” of judicial personnel, Nicolas Houx formed a partnership with Amélie Cladière, the public prosecutor, at the head of the Caen jurisdiction.
Seven other magistrates took office this Thursday, September 30, 2021: six at the seat, one at the prosecution.
Former lawyer and law teacher, Djamila Medjahed is a new vice-president. Just like Hervé Noyon and Isabelle Ecalard, who will be more specifically in charge of freedom and detention. Lucile Cagougnolle is a new judge in family cases, Julie Vissault, native of Caen, joins the civil pole, while Chloé Bonnouvrier, whose first position is, will also be a civil judge.
On the side of the prosecution (the prosecutor’s services), Nicolas Dejoué is a new substitute. Specialized in the fight against intra-family violence, he will be the referent of the prosecution in the fight against domestic violence.
Rare enough to be reported, the staff of the judicial court of Caen are full in this 2021 school year: 35 magistrates at the seat and 11 at the prosecution.
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