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a public official who decides cases brought before a court of law in order to administer justice

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a lay judge or civil authority who administers the law (especially one who conducts a court dealing with minor offenses)

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The knowledge, insight and expertise of each screening committee member will be invaluable as Senator Durbin and I consider applicants to be Federal District Court Judge for the Northern District of Illinois, said Duckworth.
The amount claimed is almost EUR40,000 higher than the next highest amount of EUR50,651 claimed by another district court judge.
72) In doing so, it does not disaggregate or otherwise analyze the claim construction appeals by district court judge.
A federal district court judge in Birmingham, AL, Judge Edwin Nelson, dismissed the federal antitrust suit against Intel Corp.
The district court judge concluded that the statements were provided in violation of Miranda after determining that the defendant was not given his Miranda rights until after he gave the statement.
District Court Judge Royce Lamberth in Washington, D.
district court judge Claudia Wilken upheld parts of the 1996 ordinance, saying airlines must provide "noneconomic" benefits, such as bereavement leave, family leave, and flight benefits, to employees' domestic partners.
The issue is again before district court judge Maurice Paul," John Rimes told the Journal.
A district court judge in New Orleans had certified earlier this year that up to 90 million current and former smokers could sue cigarette manufacturers in Castano v.
A Colorado District Court judge has ruled unconstitutional a voter-approved amendment to that state's constitution.
However, the district court judge granted acquittals for two of the dentists and a new trial to the third.
At the end of the resolutions four-year cycle, the Court of Appeals chief judges salary would be $215,433; the Court of Special Appeals chief judge would be paid $16,633; and the chief district court judge would get $13,633.
Senators Marco Rubio (R-FL) and Bill Nelson (D-FL) today released the following statement after president Trump nominated William Jung to serve as a federal district court judge for the Middle District of Florida:
In 1988, Governor Michael Dukakis appointed her as the first-ever female District Court judge for Worcester County.
And one district court judge last year received EUR82,240 in expenses alone.
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