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The term magistrate is used in a variety of systems of governments and laws to refer to a civilian officer who administers the law. In ancient Rome, a magistratus  ...

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Office of the Magistrate. Magistrates are independent judicial officers who work directly for the Supreme Court of Virginia's Office of the Executive Secretary.

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Magistrate System. ... Shows eight magisterial regions and lists Regional Supervisor, Chief Magistrates and magistrates serving each region ...

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Magistrate definition, a civil officer charged with the administration of the law. See more.

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In many instances, a citizen's first contact with Virginia's Judicial System is with a magistrate. A principal function of a magistrate is to provide an independent, ...

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Magistrates are independent judicial officers who work directly for the Supreme Court of Virginia, Office of the Executive Secretary. The principal function of the ...

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Magistrate definition is - an official entrusted with administration of the laws: such as. How to use magistrate in a sentence.

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Fairfax County, Virginia - Magistrates provide an independent, unbiased review of complaints of criminal conduct brought to the office by law enforcement or the ...

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Magistrate. 1. A local official whose authority is limited to whatever has been granted by statute or specified in the appointment. 2. In local or state courts, ...