Person appointed by a court to assist with certain proceedings, such as taking testimony.
Referees have full authority over all aspects of an event. It is the referee's responsibility to ensure that all rules are observed, that a high standard of judging is maintained, and that all technical aspects of the competition are satisfactory. The referee also assesses the marking of the judges, holds a post event review meeting, and writes a report on the performance of the skating and the judges for the ISU technical committees concerned.
Always has the final say on any decision. He has the power to warn, award points for and against a team or player, or dismiss a team or player.
A judicial officer, essentially used in Ramsey and Hennepin counties, who presides in a manner of a judge, over a specific area such as family law. Decisions by the referee are subject to possible review by the judge.
The sole judge and timekeeper for a match.
A person appointed by the court to hear and make decisions on certain limited legal matters, e.g., juvenile or traffic offenses.
A person who holds hearings, takes testimony and makes recommendations for orders to the court.
someone who reads manuscripts and judges their suitability for publication
an attorney appointed by a court to investigate and report on a case
a judicial officer who is appointed by the Presiding Judge of the Juvenile Court
a lawyer that the court appoints to supervise a hearing and recommend an order to the judge
an officer of the court, sworn by a Judge, and trained in legal proceedings to hold various types of hearing
an officer with judicial powers who serves as an arm of the court, but whose final decision is subject to court approval
a person who holds hearings, examines witnesses, and makes recommendations to a judge
a person who holds hearings, examines witnesses and makes recommendations to the court
a person who takes testimony and reports to the court
a person who takes testimony, makes findings and decisions based upon facts, and makes recommendations to the court
The individual, not a judge, responsible for managing the competition and making sure all regulations are complied with.
The lead official at a meet, who is in charge of seeing that all rules and regulations are observed. The referee does not function as a judge.
A judicial officer working as part of the Friend of the court who presides in a manner of a judge for the purpose of saving court ti me. Initial me etings before the Referee are often without legal counsel. The Decisions by the referee are subject to possible review by the judge. Restraining Order: A court order signed by the Judge restricting or prohibiting one from being in contact or close proximity to another.
A person to whom a cause pending in a court is referred by the court to take testimony, hear the parties, and report thereon to the court. He is an officer exercising judicial powers and is an arm of the court for a specific purpose.
formerly President, also Directeur du combat; assisted by judges
A person to whom the court refers a pending case to take testimony, hear the parties, and report back to the court. A referee is an officer with judicial powers who serves as an arm of the court.
A court officer, either a registrar or magistrate who presides over the small claims tribunal.â€¢ Civil Courts
the judge and timekeeper of the game
A judicial officer at the trial court level to whom a cause pending in a court is referred by the court to take testimony, hear the parties, and report thereon to the court; in the Nebraska court system referees are primarily involved in delinquent child support matters.
Referees judge conduct during a race. The referee follows the race in a launch, if necessary telling crews to avoid objects and fouls by raising a white flag, calling the crew's name, and yelling instructions or signaling with the flag. To stop the race, the referee waves a red flag, rings a bell, sound a horn, and/or calls “Stop.” Crews may lodge protests with the referee by raising a hand.
A referee is an officer with judicial powers who serves as an arm of the court. The referee takes testimony, hears the parties, and reports back to the court.
Person appointed to adjudicate in the event of two judges failing to reach a joint decision