Judiciary

Tariq Sims, Junior Paulo to each miss one NRL match after mixed results at judiciary

North Queensland forward Tariq Sims will miss one game after unsuccessfully challenging a grade-one dangerous contact charge at the NRL judiciary.

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NSW Blues five-eighth Josh Reynolds won't be so lucky at judiciary this time around

Josh Reynolds tries to evade Josh Papalii.

Adrian Proszenko Another spiteful game at Suncorp Stadium. Another potential date with the judiciary for Josh Reynolds.

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Young Storm prop Matt Lodge falls foul of NRL judiciary

Strapping lad: NSW under-20 prop Matt Lodge.

Brad Walter Melbourne prop Matt Lodge faces a four-match ban after being charged with detrimental conduct for writing an offensive word on wrist strapping he wore and striking over a fight that landed him in the...

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State of Origin: 'players lose faith' in judiciary process after Josh Reynolds decision

Trouble: Brent Tate is upended by Josh Reynolds.

Phil Lutton The North Queensland Cowboys have rallied around their Origin winger Brent Tate while coach Paul Green says players have lost all faith in the judiciary process after the Josh Reynolds decision.

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Big hit may await Darcy Lussick at judiciary

High shot

Michael Chammas, Adrian Proszenko and Brad Walter Parramatta forward Darcy Lussick faces a potential seven-week ban for his high tackle on Jared Waerea-Hargreaves, his sixth charge in two and a half years.

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Judiciary to deal with facts and consequences of McKinnon tackle

Alex McKinnon

Robert Dillon It was a terrible accident that could have unthinkable consequences for Alex McKinnon.

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Jordan McLean had indirect role in Alex McKinnon's injury: NRL judiciary found

alex mckinnon and jordan mclean

Brad Walter Melbourne forward Jordan McLean had four matches added to his suspension for the tackle that left Alex McKinnon with spinal damage because the NRL judiciary panel considered his actions were not a...

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Wayne Bennett says Knights owed it to McKinnon to question judiciary verdict

Wayne Bennett.

Ian McCullough Wayne Bennett has defended Newcastle's decision to question the NRL's judiciary process and claims the club owed it to Alex McKinnon to make their feelings known.

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Brad Fittler says judiciary should follow NRL lead on dangerous throws

Matt White was reported for a lifting tackle against Penrith and charged with a grade-two dangerous throw.

Daniel Lane City Origin coach Brad Fittler says it will be the judiciary's responsibility over the next few weeks to prove the NRL is serious about its war on dangerous throws after seven players were charged...

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Penrith's Adam Docker cleared of dangerous throw by NRL judiciary

Free to play: Penrith's Adam Docker.

Penrith forward Adam Docker is free to play this weekend after being cleared of a dangerous throw by the NRL judiciary on Wednesday night.

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Pomeroy must face judiciary over shoulder charge on Thurston

Michael Chammas Sharks centre Ben Pomeroy will front the judiciary on Wednesday night after being charged with dangerous contact following his shoulder charge on Johnathan Thurston yesterday afternoon.

Gallen expects Pomeroy to take big hit at judiciary

Ben Pomeroy

Brad Walter CRONULLA captain Paul Gallen expects Ben Pomeroy to be ''made an example of'' by becoming the first player to face the judiciary under the tough new policy on shoulder charges after a tackle that...

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Toovey urges players to lobby for judiciary changes

TOWNSVILLE, AUSTRALIA - AUGUST 04:  Manly coach Geoff Toovey looks on before the start of the round 22 NRL match between the North Queensland Cowboys and the Manly Warringah Sea Eagles at Dairy Farmers Stadium on August 4, 2012 in Townsville, Australia.  (Photo by Ian Hitchcock/Getty Images)

Chris Barrett Manly coach Geoff Toovey has called on rugby league's players' union to lobby for a complete shake-up of the NRL judiciary model, saying players were frustrated with the way on-field misconduct was...

Toovey takes aim at judiciary

Geoff Toovey

Chris Barrett MANLY coach Geoff Toovey has called on rugby league's players' union to lobby for a complete shake-up of the NRL judiciary model, saying players were frustrated with the way on-field misconduct was...

Graham sent straight to NRL judiciary

James Graham allegedly bit Billy Slater's ear.

Brad Walter Canterbury forward James Graham has been referred to the judiciary on an ungraded contrary conduct charge for allegedly biting Melbourne's Billy Slater in Sunday's grand final.

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Judiciary unable to charge on conning 'gamesmanship'

Josh Reynolds.

Brad Walter The NRL match review committee will study the controversial incident that led to accusations Josh Reynolds had ''conned the referee'' to milk a match-deciding penalty against Manly.

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Judiciary could decide Papalii's Origin fate

Papalii

Jon Tuxworth A moment of madness could cost Josh Papalii a maiden Queensland jersey after he was placed on report in Canberra’s 30-18 win over Brisbane at Canberra Stadium on Monday night.

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Raiders confident over judiciary prospects

Terry Campese of the Raiders shapes to pass

Jon Tuxworth The Canberra Raiders are supremely confident Josh Papalii’s Origin hopes won’t be derailed by the judiciary after the back rower was placed on report in the dying seconds of Canberra’s 30-18 win over...

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Judiciary hand Inglis a three-match ban

Greg Inglis

Glenn Jackson MISSION accomplished, sort of. Souths were last night successful in having Greg Inglis's dangerous-contact charge downgraded, handing him a three-match suspension, but it was difficult to tell if...

Mini to front judiciary in bid to play his 250

Joe Barton Sydney Roosters fullback Anthony Minichiello will face the judiciary tonight in a bid to reach an NRL milestone this season.