judges judges  /ˈdʒə dʒɪz/

Definition(s):

  • (n) a book of the Old Testament that tells the history of Israel under the leaders known as judges

Usage(s):

  1. Twenty years ago an organizational meeting of the nation's black judges could have been held in the back of a single bus.
  2. The Select Committee judges that the PRC has such infrastructure and is capable of such production.

News

  1. Judges grill Arizona lawyer over anti-abortion law

    Two federal appeals court judges expressed skepticism about an Arizona law that disqualified Planned Parenthood and other health providers that perform abortions from receiving public funds for other medical services.
    on June 13, 2013     Source: Channel 8 San Diego

  2. Two outside judges assigned to former Washington County jurist’s drug case

    By Tribune-Review The state Supreme Court assigned judges from Armstrong and Bedford counties to preside over court hearings of former Washington County Common Pleas Judge Paul Pozonsky. ...
    on June 13, 2013     Source: The Mckeesport Daily News

  3. Judges can authorize search warrants by phone

    SANTA FE >> Judges can authorize search warrants over the telephone without actually seeing written requests, the New Mexico Supreme Court ruled Monday.
    on June 12, 2013     Source: The Deming Headlight

Quotes

  1. "Given that this was a very sophisticated operation in which high-quality forgeries were made, the government judges it is highly likely that the forgeries were made by a state intelligence service," Miliband said. "Taking this together with...
    on Mar 10, 2010 By: David Miliband Source: AFP

  2. Last week, for example, he highlighted Obama's opposition to the Supreme Court nomination of Chief Justice John Roberts, saying Obama belonged to "an elite group of activist judges, lawyers, and law professors who think they know wisdom when they...
    on May 10, 2008 By: John McCain Source: Boston Globe (registration)

  3. Sotomayor said she does not agree with that philosophy, noting, "I wouldn't approach the issue of judging in the way the president does. Judges can't rely on what's in their heart," she said. "They don't determine the law. Congress makes the...
    on Jul 15, 2009 By: Barack Obama Source: Newsroom America

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