Examples of magistrate in a Sentence
chose to take their case before the local magistrate
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Cincinnati attorney and former federal magistrate Bob Steinberg was one of them.
The government nominated three former magistrate judges.
The indictment was unsealed Monday after all defendants made their first appearances before a magistrate in Phoenix.
Following his arrest, the Paris public prosecutor’s office opened a judicial investigation, overlooked by an examining magistrate, who charged him with the rape of a female minor.
The 57-year-old former police officer and chief city magistrate didn't return a call for comment from AL.com.
He is scheduled for arraignment Tuesday before a federal magistrate judge.
Seeking additional protection, the Maduro regime unconstitutionally appointed new magistrates that would protect the leader from the actions of opposition deputies.
In its letter Wednesday, the government offered the names of three former federal magistrate judges.
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MAGISTRATE Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of magistrate for English Language Learners
: a local official who has some of the powers of a judge
MAGISTRATE Defined for Kids
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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