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who presides over the customary court?

its the judge who presides over a magistrate court


what is the difference between a magistrates and a barrister?

they are two different parts of the legal system. a magistrate is a judge that presides over a court room. a barrister is a legally trained lawyer that speaks in court.


what kinds of cases does the supreme court preside over?

the suprme court presides over appelles


who presides over the impeachment trial if the vice president does not?

if the president is the one impeached, the chief justice of the supreme court presides over the trial.


who presides over the impeachment trial when the president of the us has been impeached?

the senate overseen by the chief justice of the supreme court presides over an impeachment trial


how many magistrates are there in a magistrates court?

there are 147 magistrates in a courtthere's usually three judges on the bench at a magistrate's court.


how many magistrates are in the federal magistrates court?

there are currently 60 magistrates in the federal magistrates court. the magistrates all have similar backgrounds including lawyers, legal aid and solicitors.


who presides over the impeachments of a president?

chief justice of the united states supreme court.


. who presides over a senate trial after a president is impeached?

chef justice of supream court


does the chief justice of the supreme court lead the court?

yes. the chief justice leads or "presides over" the supreme court.


who presides over an impeachment trial for the president of the u.s?

the chief justice of the us presides of the trial if the president is impeached.


what a group of magistrates called?

a court of magistrates


what is the difference between a supreme court justice and a federal judge?

a federal judge presides over the lower courts, such as district courts. but the justice presides in the supreme court, the high court in the land, and is appointed by the president, and approved by the legislative branch.


what is the judge's role in juvenile court?

the judge presides over the court and passes judgment, just like a judge in any other court does.


who presides over the us senate in all other impeachment cases?

supreme court


who presides over a senate trial after the president is impeached?

chef justice of supream court


what is the title of the person who presides over a court of law?

a judge.


who presides over the impeachment trial of a us president in 2 words?

supreme court


when was city of westminster magistrates' court created?

city of westminster magistrates' court was created in 1974.


when was bow street magistrates' court created?

bow street magistrates' court was created in 1740.


when trying the president of the us who presides over the senate?

as prescribed by the united states constitution, the chief justice of the united states supreme court presides over the senate an impeachment trial of an american president.


can a barrister over rule the magistrate?

no, but they may be able to appeal the magistrates decision to a higher court.


who presides over the us supreme court if the chief justice is absent?

if the chief justice is absent, the associate justice with the most seniority out of all the other associate justices presides.


what are the jurisdictions of magistrates court?

the magistrates court has jurisdiction to hear all summary offences, hybrid offences ( also known as either way offences) that occur in their area of jurisdiction. indictable offences are outside of the jurisdiction of the magistrates court are sent up to the local crown court as they have more sentancing powers than the magistrates.


who presides over state courts?

typically, the state's highest appellate court presides over the state court system, with the chief judge or justice advocating for the courts. the judicial branch is usually checked by the state legislature, however, which makes key decisions about the structure, function and operation of the courts.

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