To examine and pass sentence on; to try; to doom.
JUVENILE: for legal aspects; under 18 years old.-- KIDNAPPING$: crime word ... general stories only. KIDNAPPING: crime word ... first story, arrest, verdict, sentence; may be a hostage or false imprisonment-- LABOR: use for organized movement; may be blue or white collar. LAND: use only for major land issues, particularly where the environment is involved; not used where property is an issue.
a figure of authority, one who interprets the laws of a culture and often sentences those who have been found guilty of breaking the laws
a law student who grades his own papers
a law student who marks his own examination papers" H
a law student who marks their own examination papers
an attorney who stopped practicing law
a symbol of LAW and the symbol of how your society is ran, NOT A RELIGION FIGURE
See workers' compensation administrative law judge.
Judge was a New York City metallic hardcore band, formed in 1987 by Youth Of Today guitarist John "Porcell" Porcelly and former Death Before Dishonor/Youth Of Today drummer Mike "Judge" Ferraro. Their first release was a 7" EP on Porcell's label Schism (which he ran along with Side By Side/Gorilla Biscuits guitar-player Alex Brown) entitled New York Crew. The record featured 5 songs, one of which was a cover of "Warriors" by the British oi!/punk band The Blitz.