Magistrates

  • 1magistrates — I index court II index authorities, magistrate Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2magistrates — Officials in the Roman Empire, holding various titles, had duties on the bench Asiarchs in Ephesus looked after patriotic events, and were friendly towards Paul (Acts 19:31), politarchs in Thessalonica after a riot released Jason on bail (Acts 17 …

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  • 3magistrates — mag·is·trate || mædʒɪstreɪt n. civil officer who has the authority to administrate the law; minor judicial officer who has limited jurisdiction in criminal cases (i.e. justice of the peace) …

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  • 4Magistrates —    Dr Poor character and scandalous methods of many of them, 52; some of them most worthy men, 55 …

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  • 5MAGISTRATES — …

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  • 6Magistrates (band) — Magistrates Origin Essex, England Genres Indie rock Years active 2006–2009, 2011 Labels XL Recordings …

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  • 7Magistrates Court of the Australian Capital Territory — The Magistrates Court of the Australian Capital Territory is a court of summary jurisdiction in Canberra, Australia. The court deals with the majority of less serious criminal cases and the majority of small civil cases in that territory. The… …

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  • 8Magistrates' Courts Act — (with its variations) is a stock short title used for legislation in the United Kingdom relating to magistrates courts. The Bill for an Act with this short title may have been known as a Magistrates Courts Bill during its passage through… …

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  • 9Magistrates' Court (disambiguation) — Magistrates Court can refer to: Magistrates Court in England and Wales Magistrates Courts Act 1980 of the United Kingdom Magistrates Courts, Liverpool court building Magistrate s Court of Jersey Magistrates Court (Hong Kong) Magistrates Courts of …

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  • 10Magistrates' Court (Hong Kong) — Magistrates courts (Hong Kong) Kwun Tong Magistrates Court Jurisdiction Hong Kong Location Hong Kong …

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  • 11Magistrates Courts of South Africa — Magistrates Courts in South Africa are the lower courts and the courts of first instance and decide all matters as provided for by an act of parliament. As such, they deal with the great majority of court cases. The presiding officer in these… …

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  • 12magistrates' court — noun An inferior court composed of justices of the peace or district judges with both criminal and civil jurisdiction • • • Main Entry: ↑magistrate * * * Magistrates’ Court UK US noun [countable] [singular Magistrates’ Court …

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  • 13Magistrates (comics) — Magistrates Publication information Publisher Marvel Comics First appearance Uncanny X Men #235 (October 1988) Created by Chris Claremont …

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  • 14Magistrates’ Court — bezeichnet: Magistrates’ Court (England und Wales) Magistrates’ Court (Südafrika) Magistrates’ Court (Hongkong) Diese Seite ist eine Begriffsklärung zur Unterscheidung mehrerer mit demselben Wort bezeichneter Begriffe …

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  • 15magistrates' court — UK US noun [C] LAW ► a court that deals with crimes that are not serious: »The case was heard in a magistrates court. »The council can apply to the magistrates court for a warrant to enter the premises. → Compare APPEAL COURT(Cf. ↑appeal court),… …

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  • 16Magistrates' Court — Magistrates .Court n one of the courts of law in each area of England and Wales which deal with less serious crimes …

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  • 17Magistrates' Court — Magistrates ,Court noun count a court in England and Wales where minor crimes are judged …

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  • 18Magistrates of England and Wales — This article is part of the series: Courts of England and Wales Law of England and Wales …

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  • 19Magistrates' courts' committees — From 1949 to 2005, magistrates courts committees (MCCs) had overall responsibility for management of the magistrates courts service within their areas in England and Wales. Contents 1 Origin 2 Justices of the Peace Act 1949 3 The Le Vay Scrutiny …

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  • 20Magistrates' Court (England and Wales) — For other uses, see Magistrates Court (disambiguation) and Magistrates of England and Wales. This article is part of the series: Courts of England and Wales Law of England and Wales …

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