Judgment is considered a word of “free variation”, and the use of judgment or judgment (with an e) is considered acceptable.  This variation occurs depending on the country and the use of the word in a legal or non-legal context. British, Australian, New Zealand, American and Canadian English generally uses judgments when referring to the official decision of a court.   Judgments are often used in the United Kingdom when they give service to a non-legal decision.  Translations of non-English texts show a different spelling of the word . . .