Morning Edition, July 13, 2007 · After almost four centuries, England's lawyers and judges working in non-criminal courts may shed their ceremonial wigs. The wigs were criticized for being expensive, not to mention uncomfortable. The few who did like them say they provided anonymity and an air of authority.
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England's Courts Drop Wigs From New Dress Code