Thesaurus / magistrate
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Hand-picked by politicians, some magistrates were found to have accepted bribes, stolen money, flubbed trials, trampled over constitutional protections and mishandled even the most basic elements of criminal cases.
MAGISTRATE JUDGES TOOK BRIBES, STOLE MONEY AND MISHANDLED CASES. SOUTH CAROLINA OFFICIALS NOW WANT REFORM.BY JOSEPH CRANNEY, THE POST AND COURIERJANUARY 5, 2021PROPUBLICA
This you heard, while under examination before the magistrate you have named?
WYANDOTTEJAMES FENIMORE COOPER
The man Josephine had noticed standing in the shadow came forward and murmured a few words in the magistrate's ear.
THE EXPLOITS OF JUVEPIERRE SOUVESTRE AND MARCEL ALLAIN
If he is a notorious spendthrift they outlaw him by means of a writ presented to the magistrate.
THE HISTORY OF SUMATRAWILLIAM MARSDEN
The magistrate told them to pay their fees, and go home, and mix a little wisdom with their merriment in future.
MORNINGS AT BOW STREETJOHN WIGHT
If they had arrested you when they saw you had no papers; if they had carried you before a magistrate—eh?
THE CLIQUE OF GOLDEMILE GABORIAU
Of all these circumstances the slow circumspect eye of the magistrate took cognizance one by one.
TALES AND NOVELS, VOLUME 1 (OF 10)MARIA EDGEWORTH
The friends once again bade the magistrate good morning, and soon afterwards dispersed to their several homes.
MEMOIRS OF JOSEPH GRIMALDIJOSEPH GRIMALDI
He had about decided to plead guilty in the Magistrate's Court to disorderly conduct and all the rest of it!
It was very evident that the magistrate decided, at once, in the negative.
THE CHAINBEARERJ. FENIMORE COOPER
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