Thither Wallace led his troops, and surprised the justiciary, who escaped with difficulty, leaving a rich booty behind him.
From an unpublished trial in the justiciary Court at Edinburgh.
By June, 1363, moreover he had been appointed to the office of warden and justiciary of the king's forests on this side Trent.
From the record of the trial in the justiciary Court of Edinburgh.
She smiled and quickly glanced around, then looked squarely at the justiciary.
Most of the cases here cited are found in the justiciary Records, from about 1605 to 1640.
This so enraged the Bishop that he actually accused the justiciary of heresy.
"I venture to differ from the justiciary," remarked the princess.
Neither party denied this acquittance given in the King's name by the justiciary Richard de Luci.
"You have said well, gentlemen, and I thank you for your verdict," said the justiciary.