„The law has armed the High Court of Justice with the power, and imposed on it the duty of preventing brevi manu and by summary proceedings any attempt to interfere with the administration of justice. It is on that ground, and not on any exaggerated notion of the dignity of individuals that insults to Judges are not allowed.“

—  Charles Bowen, Baron Bowen, In re Johnson (1887), L. R. 20 Q. B. D. 74.
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