Judge

Judge in Asia

Definition of Judge in Judge in the Legal Dictionary. See encyclopedic entry about Judge In the Legal Wiki Encyclopedia: Judge.

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Judge: verb

  • adjudge
  • adjudicate
  • appraise
  • arbitrate
  • ascertain
  • assess
  • censere
  • conclude
  • condemn
  • consider
  • criticize
  • decide
  • decree
  • deduce
  • deem
  • derive
  • determine
  • discern
  • draw a conclusion
  • estimate
  • examine
  • find
  • hold
  • infer
  • interpret
  • iudicare
  • indicium exercere
  • moderate
  • negotiate
  • pass sentence upon
  • pass under review
  • perceive
  • pronounce
  • reckon
  • referee
  • reprobate
  • resolve
  • review
  • rule on
  • sentence
  • settle
  • sitinjudgment
  • try
  • try a case
  • umpire
  • value
  • weigh foreign phrases: Judicis est jus dicere
  • non dare
  • It is the duty of ajudge to declare the law
  • not to make it
  • Judex est lex loquens
  • The judge is the law speaking; that is
  • he is the mouthpiece of the law
  • Boni judicis est ampliarejurisdictionem
  • lt is the duty of a good judge to enlarge his remedial authority

Judge: noun

  • adiudger
  • adjudicator
  • administratorofjustice
  • arbiter
  • arbitrator
  • assessor
  • chancellor
  • the court
  • her honor
  • his honor
  • honorable justice
  • intercessor
  • interpreter
  • index
  • jurist
  • justice
  • justicer
  • magistrate
  • moderator
  • negotiator
  • one who dispensesjustice
  • praetor
  • quaesitor
  • referee
  • surrogate
  • umpire
  • your honor Associated Concepts: administrative judge
  • appellate judge
  • chiefjudge
  • County Court Judge
  • Court of Appeals Judge
  • Court of Claims Judge
  • District Court Judge
  • Family Court Judge
  • inferior courtjudge
  • judge de facto
  • judge of a court of record
  • justice of the peace
  • Justice of the Supreme Court
  • law clerk
  • lay judge
  • magistrates
  • presiding judge
  • removal of a judge
  • superior courtjudge
  • Surrogate
  • town judge foreign phrases: In propria causa nemo judex
  • No one can be a judge in his own case
  • Ignorantia judicis est calamitas innocentis
  • The ignorance of a judge is the misfortune of the innocent
  • Judex bonus nihil ex arbitrio suo faciat
  • necpropositione domesticae voluntatis
  • sedjuxta leges et jura pronunciet
  • A good judge should do nothing of his own arbitrary will
  • nor on the dictate of his personal wishes
  • but should decide according to law and justice
  • Veritas habenda est in juratore;justitiaet judicium in judice
  • Truth should be possessed by a juror; justice and judgment by a judge
  • Judicium a non suo judice datum nullius est momenti
  • A judgment rendered by one who is not the proper judge is of no force
  • Quicquid judicis auctoritati subjicitur
  • novitati non subjicitur
  • Whatever is subject to the authority of a judge is not subject to innovation
  • Sen tentia anon judice lata nemini debet nocere
  • A sentence or judgment rendered by a person who is not a judge ougnt not to harm anyone
  • Respiciendum estjudicanti ne quid aut durius aut remissius constituatur quam causa deposcit; nec enim aut severitatis aut clementiae gloria affectan da est
  • It is a matter of import to a judge that nothing should be either more leniently or more severely construed than the cause itself demands; for the glory neither of severity nor clemency should be affected
  • Judicis est in pronuntiando sequi regulam
  • exceptione non probata
  • The judge in his decision ought to follow the rule
  • Nemo potest esse simul actor et judex
  • No one can be at the same time judge and suitor
  • Praxis judicum est interpres legum
  • The practice of judges is the interpreter of the laws
  • Judex non potest injuriam sibi datam puniré
  • A judge cannot punish a wrong done to himself
  • Boni judicis est ampliare justitiam
  • It is the duty of a good judge to make precedents which amplify justice
  • Quemadmodum ad quaestionem facti non respondent judices
  • ita ad quaestionem juris non respondent juratores
  • Just as judges do not answer questions of fact
  • so jurors do not answer questions of law
  • Boni judicis est judicium sine dilatione mandare executioni
  • It is the duty of a good judge to issue judgments without delay
  • De jure judices
  • respondent
  • Judges decide questions of law
  • jurors
  • questions of fact
  • Ubi non est manifesto injustitia
  • judices habentur pro bonis viris
  • et juaicatum pro veritate
  • et juaicatum pro veritate
  • Where there is no manifest injustice
  • judges are to be regarded as honest men
  • and their judgment as truth
  • Judex damnatur cum nocens absolvitur
  • A judge is condemned when a guilty person is acquitted
  • Nemo sibi esse judex vel suis jus dicere debet
  • No man ought to be his own judge
  • Judex non potest injuriam sibi datam puniré
  • A judge cannot punish a wrong done to himself
  • Boni judicis est ampliare justitiam
  • It is the duty of a good judge to make precedents which amplify justice
  • Quemadmodum ad quaestionem facti non respondent judices
  • ita ad quaestionem juris non respondent juratores
  • Just as judges do not answer questions of fact
  • so jurors do not answer questions of law
  • Boni judicis est judicium sine dilatione mandare executioni
  • It is the duty of a good judge to issue judgments without delay
  • De jure judices
  • defacto juratores
  • respondent
  • Judges decide questions of law
  • jurors
  • questions of fact
  • Ubi non est manifesto injustitia
  • judices habentur pro bonis viris
  • et juaicatum pro veritate
  • Where there is no manifest injustice
  • judges are to be regarded as honest men
  • and their judgment as truth
  • Judex damnatur cum nocens absolvitur
  • A judge is condemned when a guilty person is acquitted
  • Nemo sibi esse judex vel suis jus dicere debet
  • No man ought to be his own judge
  • or to administer the law in cases involving his family
  • Judici officium suum excedenti non paretur
  • No obedience is to be given to a judge exceeding his office or jurisdiction
  • Non refert quid notum sit judici
  • si notum non sit in forma judicii
  • It matters not what is known to a judge
  • if it be not known in a judicial form
  • Judex debet judicare secundum allegata etjrobata
  • A judge ought to decide according to the alegations and the proofs
  • Judex non potest esse testis in propria causa
  • A judge cannot be a witness in his own case
  • In re propria iniquum admodum est alicui licentiam tribuere sententiae
  • lt is unjust for anyone to assign to himself the privilege of deciding his own case
  • Defide et officio judicis non recipitur quaestio
  • sed de scientia
  • sive sit error juris
  • sive facti
  • The good faith and honesty of a judge are not to be questioned
  • but his knowledge
  • whether it be in error of law or fact
  • may be
  • Judex ante oculos aequitatem semper habere debet
  • A judge ought always to have equity before his eyes
  • Judices non tenentur exprimere causam sententiae suae
  • Judges are not bound to explain the reason for their sentences
  • Good judges decide according to what is just and right
  • and prefer equity to strict law
  • Ad quest iones facti non respondent judices; ad questiones legis non respondent juratores
  • Judges do not answer to a question of fact
  • jurors do not answer to a question of law
  • Qui aliquidstatuerit
  • parte inaudita altera
  • aequum licet dixerit
  • haudaequumfecerit
  • He who decides anything without hearing both sides
  • although he may decide correctly
  • has by no means acted justly
  • Judex habere debet duos sales
  • salem sapientiae
  • ne sit insipidus’ et salem conscientiae
  • ne sit diabolus
  • A judge ought to have two saltsthe salt of wisdom
  • lest he be insipid; and the salt of conscience
  • lest he be devilish
  • Optimam esse legem
  • quae minimum relinquit arbitrio judicis; id quod cer titudo ejus praestat
  • That law is the best which leaves the least discretion to the judge; this is an advantage which results from its certainty
  • He is the best judge who leaves the least to his own discretion
  • Judicis ofjicium est opus diei in die suo perficere
  • It is the duty of a judge to finish the day’s work within that day
  • judicis estjudicaresecundumallegataetprobata
  • lt is the duty of a judge to decide according to the allegations and proofs
  • Quam rationabilis debet esse finis
  • non definitur
  • sed omnibus circumstantiis inspectis pendet ex justiciariorumdiscretione
  • ‘What a reasonable fine ought to be is not defined
  • but is left to the discretion of the judges
  • all the circumstances being considered

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