Chief Judge Hadrian Volt is a fictional character appearing in the Judge Dredd comic strip, published by British anthology 2000 AD . He was chief judge of Mega-City One between 2116 and 2121 (appearing in the comic between 1994 and 1999).

Volt became a street judge in 2096 and fought in the First Robot War and the Apocalypse War . He later served in the SJS and in the Aliens Bureau. In 2114 he was promoted to chief of Sector 53, where his outstanding administrative ability and judgement reduced violent crime in his sector to the second lowest level in the city. [1]

When Chief Judge McGruder resigned her office in 2116, there was no Council of Five to choose a new chief judge in the normal way, since she had dissolved the Council years earlier. Therefore she ordered that her successor be elected by the city's 400 Senior Judges. After careful consideration, Volt decided to stand as a candidate in this unprecedented election, and polled a clear majority of the votes (208), defeating three other candidates, including Judge Dredd himself. (Ironically most people had believed that Dredd would win, but – as Dredd himself observed – he had annoyed too many judges over the years. Dredd even voted for Volt himself!) [2]

Judge Joseph Dredd is a fictional character who appears in British comic books published by Rebellion Developments , as well as in a number of movie and video game adaptations. He was created by writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra , and first appeared in the second issue of 2000 AD (1977), a weekly science-fiction anthology comic. He is the magazine's longest-running character.

Joseph Dredd is a law enforcement and judicial officer in the dystopian future city of Mega-City One , which covers most of the east coast of North America. He is a " street judge ", empowered to summarily arrest, convict, sentence, and execute criminals.

In Great Britain, the character of Dredd and his name are sometimes invoked in discussions of police states , authoritarianism , and the rule of law . [2]

Chief Judge Hadrian Volt is a fictional character appearing in the Judge Dredd comic strip, published by British anthology 2000 AD . He was chief judge of Mega-City One between 2116 and 2121 (appearing in the comic between 1994 and 1999).

Volt became a street judge in 2096 and fought in the First Robot War and the Apocalypse War . He later served in the SJS and in the Aliens Bureau. In 2114 he was promoted to chief of Sector 53, where his outstanding administrative ability and judgement reduced violent crime in his sector to the second lowest level in the city. [1]

When Chief Judge McGruder resigned her office in 2116, there was no Council of Five to choose a new chief judge in the normal way, since she had dissolved the Council years earlier. Therefore she ordered that her successor be elected by the city's 400 Senior Judges. After careful consideration, Volt decided to stand as a candidate in this unprecedented election, and polled a clear majority of the votes (208), defeating three other candidates, including Judge Dredd himself. (Ironically most people had believed that Dredd would win, but – as Dredd himself observed – he had annoyed too many judges over the years. Dredd even voted for Volt himself!) [2]

Chief Judge Hadrian Volt is a fictional character appearing in the Judge Dredd comic strip, published by British anthology 2000 AD . He was chief judge of Mega-City One between 2116 and 2121 (appearing in the comic between 1994 and 1999).

Volt became a street judge in 2096 and fought in the First Robot War and the Apocalypse War . He later served in the SJS and in the Aliens Bureau. In 2114 he was promoted to chief of Sector 53, where his outstanding administrative ability and judgement reduced violent crime in his sector to the second lowest level in the city. [1]

When Chief Judge McGruder resigned her office in 2116, there was no Council of Five to choose a new chief judge in the normal way, since she had dissolved the Council years earlier. Therefore she ordered that her successor be elected by the city's 400 Senior Judges. After careful consideration, Volt decided to stand as a candidate in this unprecedented election, and polled a clear majority of the votes (208), defeating three other candidates, including Judge Dredd himself. (Ironically most people had believed that Dredd would win, but – as Dredd himself observed – he had annoyed too many judges over the years. Dredd even voted for Volt himself!) [2]

Judge Joseph Dredd is a fictional character who appears in British comic books published by Rebellion Developments , as well as in a number of movie and video game adaptations. He was created by writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra , and first appeared in the second issue of 2000 AD (1977), a weekly science-fiction anthology comic. He is the magazine's longest-running character.

Joseph Dredd is a law enforcement and judicial officer in the dystopian future city of Mega-City One , which covers most of the east coast of North America. He is a " street judge ", empowered to summarily arrest, convict, sentence, and execute criminals.

In Great Britain, the character of Dredd and his name are sometimes invoked in discussions of police states , authoritarianism , and the rule of law . [2]

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Chief Judge Hadrian Volt is a fictional character appearing in the Judge Dredd comic strip, published by British anthology 2000 AD . He was chief judge of Mega-City One between 2116 and 2121 (appearing in the comic between 1994 and 1999).

Volt became a street judge in 2096 and fought in the First Robot War and the Apocalypse War . He later served in the SJS and in the Aliens Bureau. In 2114 he was promoted to chief of Sector 53, where his outstanding administrative ability and judgement reduced violent crime in his sector to the second lowest level in the city. [1]

When Chief Judge McGruder resigned her office in 2116, there was no Council of Five to choose a new chief judge in the normal way, since she had dissolved the Council years earlier. Therefore she ordered that her successor be elected by the city's 400 Senior Judges. After careful consideration, Volt decided to stand as a candidate in this unprecedented election, and polled a clear majority of the votes (208), defeating three other candidates, including Judge Dredd himself. (Ironically most people had believed that Dredd would win, but – as Dredd himself observed – he had annoyed too many judges over the years. Dredd even voted for Volt himself!) [2]

Judge Joseph Dredd is a fictional character who appears in British comic books published by Rebellion Developments , as well as in a number of movie and video game adaptations. He was created by writer John Wagner and artist Carlos Ezquerra , and first appeared in the second issue of 2000 AD (1977), a weekly science-fiction anthology comic. He is the magazine's longest-running character.

Joseph Dredd is a law enforcement and judicial officer in the dystopian future city of Mega-City One , which covers most of the east coast of North America. He is a " street judge ", empowered to summarily arrest, convict, sentence, and execute criminals.

In Great Britain, the character of Dredd and his name are sometimes invoked in discussions of police states , authoritarianism , and the rule of law . [2]

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