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The Role of the Judge

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Judges play many roles. They interpret the law, assess the evidence presented, and control how hearings and trials unfold in their courtrooms. Most important of ...

What is a Judge's Role in Court? - FindLaw

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Most people know that juries often decide who wins and loses at trial. So, in cases where a jury trial is involved, what exactly is the judge's role?

The Role of Judges - American Bar Association

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The Role of Judges. What does a judge do? Maybe it's best to start with what he or she doesn't do. Even though he or she works for the state, a judge is not a ...

Who Are the Players in the Courtroom? | The Judicial Learning Center

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The federal judge who presides in the courtroom may be an Article III Judge or a Magistrate Judge, depending on the type of case. The judge rules on issues of ...

What are a Judge's Duties? | Our Everyday Life

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Judges perform many duties outside of the courtroom. For example, if a criminal violates his parole or probation, the judge can revoke the parole and sentence ...

THE ROLE OF THE JUDGE - High Court of Australia

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A judge's role is to serve the community in the pivotal role of administering justice ... is not the occasion for diminishing the dignity of any person in the courtroom.

Role of the Judge and jury - Law Handbook

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Jan 8, 2016 ... In a trial with a Judge and a jury, each have very different parts to play. ... related to the law are made when the jury is not in the courtroom. ... If the jury finds the defendant guilty, it is then the role of the Judge to decide the ...

The Players in a Trial Courtroom - Azcourts.gov

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Key figures in a courtroom trial are the judge, a court reporter (in superior court), a clerk, and a bailiff. ... Each serves a specific role in the judicial system. Trial or ...

Role of the judge - Citizens Information

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Apr 21, 2015 ... Information. The judge in an Irish courtroom usually sits on a raised platform at the top of the court and wears white collars and a black gown.

Judicial Roles for Modern Courts

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The “ideal” role of the judge as neutral arbiter was developed in the .... The courtroom scene may be tumultuous, e.g., a trial in progress interrupted so the judge ...

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Role of the Judge and Other Courtroom Participants

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Role of the Judge and Other Courtroom Participants. The Judge. The judge presides over the trial from a desk, called a bench, on an elevated platform.

In the Courtroom: Who Does What? - FindLaw

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The judge presides over court proceedings from the "bench," which is ... It's the jury's role to decide the facts in the case, and to apply the law on which the judge  ...

What is the role of a judge - ride.ri.gov

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The role of the judge is to keep order or to tell you the sentence of the person. ... of law, meaning he or she ensures that everything happening in the courtroom.