This chapter describes the experiences of civil parties within the courtroom of the Extraordinary Chambers in the Courts of Cambodia over the course of Case 001 and Case 002/01. It examines the crucial role of the judiciary in delivering procedural and substantive justice to victims. The chapter highlights the role of judicial policy making in shaping procedural and substantive justice. It considers the attitudes and strategies adopted by the judiciary and the creational, external and internal factors that influenced those attitudes and strategies. The chapter explores the implications of judicial behaviour for victims' ability to access justice, their experience of procedural justice and their ability to obtain substantive justice. It demonstrates the extent to which a variety of external and internal factors have influenced the procedural and substantive justice delivered to civil parties by the judges in Case 001.