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Synonyms for judge

Synonyms for judge

to arrive at (a conclusion) from evidence or reasoning

to make a judgment as to the worth or value of

to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

to have an opinion

a person who evaluates and reports on the worth of something

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

a person, usually appointed, who decides the issues or results, or supervises the conduct, of a competition or conflict

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The award was presented during the annual education program for Florida's 599 circuit judges.
Kemp has been a circuit judge representing north Arkansas' 16th Judicial District since 1987.
The company wisely supplies a game-law compliant "plug," which blocks off two chambers in the cylinder, to make the Circuit Judge a 3-shooter.
If you're interested in applying for an associate judgeship in Cook County, says Cook County Circuit Judge William Haddad, who as a trial lawyer helped organize the Suburban Bar Coalition of Cook County in 1998, combining judicial evaluations of the five suburban bars, understand that the circuit court of Cook County uses a different procedure from other circuits for selecting associate judges.
Mr Price, who is married, sat as a senior circuit judge in Swansea, Cardiff and Carmarthen.
Dealers around the nation are telling SI the Judge revolver is their single bestselling handgun, and in some months their single best-selling firearm--which bodes well for the sales success of the "revolving carbine" Circuit Judge.
He told assembled friends and colleagues he was delighted to become a circuit judge on Teesside, where he had hoped to join the bench.
Macmillan was called to the bar 40 years ago and served as a circuit judge with "perfect distinction" for 16 years - until September this year.
43) The general magistrate must give notice to the parties that the report and recommendation have been submitted to the circuit judge.
The problems presented by the record containing significant evidentiary gaps are compounded because at least some key findings of the district court are not supported by the evidence that is contained in the record," Circuit Judge Ed Carnes wrote for the unanimous panel in Selman v.
A default judgment was entered in favor of McQuillin by Circuit Judge Robert Hawley when Perez didn't show up to the first day of trial Wednesday, leaving jurors to determine the penalty payment.
Moore first attracted national attention when, as an Alabama state circuit judge, he hung a homemade plaque of the Ten Commandments in his courtroom.
The Third Circuit judge pointed out the ruling came too late to help the taxpayers for tax years 1993 to 1995--the Pennsylvania decision wasn't converted into legal procedure until 2000 and there was no clear evidence of retroactive application.
Meanwhile,Home Secretary David Blunkett is searching for a district or circuit judge to run the centre, which is to open in December.
The detective walked in dressed in a T-shirt and jeans, and for the record he was a very attractive man," said Broward County circuit judge Susan Lebow in 2002.
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