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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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Presiding judges also are collectively responsible for advising the Oregon Supreme Court chief justice on budget and court administration matters statewide, meeting together in Salem at least four times each year, Lemon added.
courts and became presiding judge of the Unified Family Court.
Presiding judge Al Shamsi acquitted an Afghan purchases manager of any wrongdoing.
Legal experts say chances are slim that the new panel led by Presiding Judge Yu Shiraki will overturn Monday's decision.
Saddam told presiding judge Rizgar Mohammed Amin, a Kurd: "I preserve my constitutional rights as the president of Iraq.
Normally the presiding judge in an initial trial would give the Appeal Court a written report giving his opinion on the case generally and on the grounds of appeal.
the 30-minute show features real-life couples, not actors, who square off in emotionally charged battles in front of the presiding judge, Mablean Ephriam.
The presiding judge disagreed and said it should have been possible for the company to predict the expected business volume before starting operations.
The legally-required process includes submission to and approval by the presiding judge, the Honorable Eldon E.
Meanwhile, the defendant had earlier pleaded not guilty before the primary court and renewed his denial before the Appeal Court's presiding judge Aysar Fouad.
Colleen Toy White has been elected 2007 presiding judge of the Ventura County Superior Court and will begin serving her new term Jan.
Writing for the court, presiding Judge Mark Painter declared: "We believe they [the framers of the state constitution] meant what they said.
Presiding Judge Mutsuo Nitta said the crime committed by Mochida, who had a serious grudge against the woman, was "extremely unreasonable and misdirected," as the victim had been blameless.
Patterned after a number of successful diversion projects which exist in other cities, "Teen Court" is taped in Los Angeles Juvenile Court in an actual courtroom supervised by presiding judge Jaime Corral.
Kids Hope United has an unyielding dedication to children and families in our community, and it undoubtedly shows," says Judge Cindy Lederman, the presiding judge over many KHU cases.