Maximus Ze Blah
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|Maximus Ze Blah|
|1st High Justice of the High Court|
September 20, 2009
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Mr. Ze Blah was made High Justice of the High Court after a selection process was undertaken by the Chairman, Rob Gribbon.
He presided over A1's second High Court case, involving the YouTube Crisis, resulting in all nine charges being sustained by the jury by the defendant.
He had been actively involved in the restructuring of A1's judicial system, resulting in many reforms that as of December 2009, are under active consideration.
Justice Ze Blah presided over A1's second High Court case, involving the accused treason of Nathan Holden, resulting in a guilty verdict. Justice Ze Blah was highly commended by Chairman Gribbon following the trial.