Medal of the seven sesquicentennial courts is awarded during a ceremony in Ouro Preto

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President José Arthur Filho and judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant presented the commemorative medal for the 150th anniversary of the seven courts to the members of the TJMG Board (Credit: Cecília Pederzoli / TJMG)

The commemorative medal for the 150 years of the seven courts created by Imperial Decree nº 2342, of August 6, 1873, was awarded, this Friday (2/2), during a ceremony held in the former forum of the Court of Justice of Minas Gerais ( TJMG) in Ouro Preto. The seven sesquicentennial courts: Pará, Ceará, São Paulo, Rio Grande do Sul, Minas Gerais, Mato Grosso and Goiás.

The president of the TJMG, judge José Arthur de Carvalho Pereira Filho, highlighted that the creation of the seven courts, which joined the four already existing – Rio de Janeiro, Bahia, Pernambuco and Maranhão – followed the recommendation of the Imperial Constitution of 1824 to bring the Brazilian Justice of the population for the “convenience of the people”.

He congratulated the members of the Special Commission for the Sesquicentenary of the TJMG: superintendent of the Judiciary Memory (Mejud), judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant, who is coordinator of the Special Commission, also formed by judges Caetano Levi Lopes, Doorgal Borges de Andrada, Osvaldo Oliveira Araújo Firmo, Bruno Terra Dias; by Mejud’s technical advisor, Andréa Vanessa da Costa Val; by the manager of Guidance and Inspection of the Judicial Forum (Gefis), Iácones Batista Vargas; and by the TJMG judicial advisor Arthur Magalhães Bambirra.

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President José Arthur Filho thanked judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant, coordinator of the Special Commission for the Sesquicentenary of the TJMG (Credit: Cecília Pederzoli / TJMG)

“I want to once again thank and praise the magnificent performance of judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant, superintendent of the Judiciary Memory, coordinator of the Special Commission and creator of the Commemorative Medal for the sesquicentenary. Conducting this brilliant idea, judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant reverberated the initiative, to create the medal, from North to South of the country, with the immediate adhesion of the seven courts”, said president José Arthur Filho.

He also thanked the 1st vice-president, judge Alberto Vilas Boas Vieira de Sousa; to the 2nd vice-president, judge Renato Luís Dresch; to the 3rd vice-president, judge Ana Paula Nannetti Caixeta; to the general inspector of Justice, judge Luiz Carlos de Azevedo Corrêa Junior; and the deputy inspector general of Justice, judge Yeda Monteiro Athias.

“I share the pride of joining the Administration of the Minas Gerais Court in the year in which 15 decades of installation are celebrated. Faced with the challenges we face, the mission of democratizing access to Justice, speeding up judicial provision and increasing the effectiveness of our actions, effectively contributing to social pacification, stands out,” stated President José Arthur Filho.

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According to judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant, the medal embodies the history of the seven courts created in 1873 (Credit: Cecília Pederzoli / TJMG)

According to the superintendent of the Judiciary Memory (Mejud) and coordinator of the Special Commission for the Sesquicentenary of the TJMG, judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant, the honor was designed to positive and mark the important date for the seven courts.

“Made to commemorate the creation of all seven sesquicentennial courts, the medal has a symbolism. History is materialized here,” she stated.

The judge also thanked the unconditional support of President José Arthur Filho and the Council of Presidents of the Courts of Justice of Brazil (Consepre).

Awarded

The medals were presented by President José Arthur Filho and the coordinator of the Special Commission, judge Marcos Henrique Caldeira Brant.

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STJ Minister Afrânio Vilela was one of those awarded the 150th anniversary medal (Credit: Cecília Pederzoli / TJMG)

In addition to the head of the Minas Gerais Court and the superintendent of Mejud, the 1st vice-president of the TJMG, judge Alberto Vilas Boas, received the honor; the 2nd vice-president, judge Renato Dresh; the 3rd vice-president, judge Ana Paula Nannetti Caixeta; the general inspector of Justice, judge Luiz Carlos Corrêa Júnior; and the deputy inspector general of Justice, judge Yeda Monteiro Athias; in addition to judges; TJMG employees and members of the Special Commission for the Sesquicentenary.

Also honored were the minister of the Superior Court of Justice (STJ) Afrânio Vilela; the president of the Association of Magistrates of Minas Gerais (Amagis), judge Luiz Carlos Rezende e Santos; the president of the Court of Auditors of the State of Minas Gerais (TCE-MG), counselor Gilberto Diniz; the prosecutor for the State of Minas Gerais Ana Paula Mugler Rodarte; in addition to members of the Public Defender’s Office of Minas Gerais (DPMG) and other authorities.

See the list of those who received the medal commemorating the 150th anniversary of the seven courts, this Friday (2/2), during the ceremony in Ouro Preto:

Judges and judges:

  • Adriano de Mesquita Carneiro
  • Alberto Deodato Maia Barreto Neto
  • Alice de Souza Birchal
  • André Luiz Amorim Siqueira
  • Armando Freire
  • Áurea Brazil
  • Caetano Levi Lopes
  • Doorgal Borges de Andrada
  • Edson Feital Leite
  • Eduardo Machado Costa
  • Habib Felippe Jabour
  • José Eustáquio Lucas Pereira
  • José Luiz de Moura Faleiros
  • José Marcos Rodrigues Vieira
  • Juliana Campos vegetable garden
  • Julius Cesar Gutierrez
  • Julius Caesar Lorens
  • Karin Emmerich
  • Leopold Mamluk
  • Manoel dos Reis Morais
  • Marcelo Guimarães Rodrigues
  • Marcelo Pereira da Silva
  • Marcos Lincoln dos Santos
  • Maria Lúcia Cabral Caruso
  • Moacyr Lobato de Campos Filho
  • Osvaldo Oliveira Araújo Firmo
  • Teresa Cristina da Cunha Peixoto
  • Walner Barbosa Milward
  • Wanderley Paiva
  • Judge summoned as judge Magid Nauef Láuar
  • Judge summoned as judge Marcelo Paulo Salgado
  • Judge summoned as judge Narciso Alvarenga Monteiro de Castro

Members of the Special Commission for the TJMG Sesquicentenary:

  • Technical advisor at Mejud, Andréa Vanessa da Costa Val
  • Judicial Forum Guidance and Supervision Manager (Gefis), Iácones Batista Vargas
  • TJMG legal advisor Arthur Magalhães Bambirra

Chief of Staff of the TJMG Presidency:

Bishop emeritus of the Diocese of Oliveira:

  • Dom Francisco Barroso Filho

Judge of the Military Court of Justice of Minas Gerais (TJMMG):

Judge of the Regional Electoral Court of Minas Gerais (TRE-MG):

Judge of the Criminal and Children and Youth Court of Ouro Preto:

  • Áderson Antônio de Paulo

Public defenders and defenders:

  • Cláudia Marcela Nascimento Câmara Fernandes
  • Renan Paulo dos Santos Costa Alves
  • Bruno Barcala Reis
  • Glauco David de Oliveira Sousa

Administrative vice-president of the Association of Magistrates of Minas Gerais (Amagis):

  • Judge Rosimere das Graças do Couto

Director of the Faculty of Law at UFMG:

Lawyers and lawyers:

  • Carla Silene
  • José Anchieta da Silva
  • Maria Celeste Morais Guimarães
  • Obregon Gonçalves
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Medal celebrating the 150th anniversary of the seven courts bears the rubric of Emperor Dom Pedro II (Credit: Cecília Pederzoli / TJMG)

The medal

With an aged copper finish and made from the metal alloy zamac, the Medal in Commemoration of the 150th anniversary of the Seven Sesquicentennial Courts is 7 cm in diameter, 5 mm thick and weighs 100 grams. On the top edge, it bears the inscription “Sesquicentenary” followed by the period that has passed since the creation of the seven courts, “1873-2023”.

In the central part, it presents the following text: “Creation of the Dom Pedro II Courts of Justice”. Next comes the Emperor’s rubric. On the bottom edge, the inscription appears: “Imperial Decree N. 2342 of August 6, 1873”.

On the reverse, the medal has, on the upper right edge, the word “Provinces”, with the outline of the map of Brazil in the center. Next, there are the names of the seven provinces (states) in the order stated in the Imperial Decree of creation, from top to bottom: “Pará, Ceará, São Paulo, Rio Grande do Sul, Minas Gerais, Mato Grosso and Goiás”.

On the bottom left edge, the inscription also appears: “Tribunais da Recção”.

See this link for more photos from the medal ceremony.

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