Examples of magistrate in a Sentence
chose to take their case before the local magistrate
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Federal prosecutors in Milwaukee took the unusual step of asking a federal magistrate judge to approve search warrants that authorized surprise inspections.
But a federal magistrate ordered the property be returned and barred any future seizures at his house.
Jimenez said in a court filing and to the magistrate judge.
In a July 31 letter to the magistrate judge overseeing one part of the case, Waymo's lawyers wrote that the company has yet to make available hundreds of deleted text messages from its then-CEO, Travis Kalanick, to Levandowski.
A hearing has been set for Sept. 8 before Magistrate Kathleen Sullivan.
Kobach also misled a federal court and was fined by a U.S. magistrate judge for deceptive conduct, the complaint says.
In those footnotes, the magistrate judge took several shots at Widmer's lawyer, Michele Berry-Godsey.
A federal magistrate judge recently ruled -- for the second time in five months -- any further appeals by Widmer would be frivolous.
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legal Definition of magistrate
- a traffic magistrate
- magistrate means an officer having power to issue a warrant for the arrest of a person charged with a public offense
- —Arizona Revised Statutes
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