Judge [noun]

Definition of Judge:

person who arbitrates

Opposite/Antonyms of Judge:


Sentence/Example of Judge:

In response to a question from defendants’ counsel, Bastian said he would provide more detail in the written order, which the judge said he plans to issue later Thursday or Friday.

Lawyers for Bluestone are asking the judge to throw out the federal case, saying the state settlement and hundreds of thousands of dollars in federal fines the company already paid for the same violations should resolve the matters.

A judge last September granted asylum to Yariel Valdés González, a Blade contributor who faced persecution in Cuba because of his work as an independent journalist.

He said he hopes other judges will strike down coronavirus mandates.

That summer, an administrative law judge rejected the settlement, noting that, among other defects, it largely sidestepped a core question — whether McDonald’s was a joint employer.

A federal judge ruled the city couldn’t provide enough evidence that it was seriously considering the aquifer as a water source in the first place.

To collect this data, we distributed anonymous, volunteer surveys to the panelists, judges and Battlefield competitors at all of our events.

The tech giant has applied to judges in Ireland to seek a judicial review of a preliminary suspension order, it has emerged.

He remembered that the judge had to pull out a law book to double check the meaning of the seditious language law and asked the officer why he hadn’t used a municipal code against disturbing the peace instead.

He said that, as he understood it, prosecutors in her office didn’t fight judges who let accused looters out on bond before trial.