judge's robe


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Noun1.judge's robe - a gown worn by academics or judgesjudge's robe - a gown worn by academics or judges  
academic costume - a costume worn on formal occasions by the faculty or students of a university or college
Geneva gown - black academic gown widely used by Protestant clergymen
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He's been filming a TV advert for the new series of Judge Romesh (a ridiculous and completely non-legal version of Judge Judy where Romesh uses his no-nonsense charm to solve very minor, but very real, disputes), and when he reclines in his chair draped in his judge's robe and boxfresh trainers, we get the feeling he knows he looks pretty powerful.
He's been filming a new TV advert for the brand new series of Judge Romesh, (basically a ridiculous and completely non-legal version of Judge Judy where Romesh uses his no-nonsense charm to solve very minor, but very real, disputes), and when he reclines in his chair draped in his judge's robe teamed with box-fresh trainers, we get the feeling he knows he looks pretty powerful.
No time period has been set for the show, which will feature Springer wearing a judge's robe and seated behind a desk, according to published reports.
The How Clean Is Your House star was introduced by Janet Street Porter, in a judge's robe and wielding a gavel.
The booth will also feature three interactive opportunities for fairgoers: an iPad to help visitors find forms or information they may need, a judicial district map where visitors can place a sticker and learn what district they live in, and a selfie-station for the photo in a judge's robe.
"The people of Florida have a right to expect equal justice every day, in every court in this state, and should not have to question whether equal justice is being dispensed based on the color of a judge's robe."
The president of the Judges' Syndicate, Mustafa Karaday-, said that "the judge's robe doesn't have a button to close it, but the Council of State fastened their robes for the government because the government doesn't want a judges' union."
She carries a judge's robe draped over her right arm.
Hiring a lawyer was out of the question: "The only thing in the courtroom that was black was the judge's robe and myself."
Liberal lobbies, meanwhile, called the nomination a sop to the Republican Party's socially conservative base and condemned Pryor as an extremist who could not be trusted to set aside his strongly worded views on abortion, gays and states' rights when he put on the judge's robe. Democrats threatened a filibuster--their new weapon of choice in the ongoing judicial wars fought in the closely divided Senate.
Robert wants to look to England for guidance, I would pass along the admonishment that William Shakespeare gave to his countrymen on symbols like the truncheon (or baton): No ceremony that to great ones 'longs, Not the king's crown, nor the deputed sword, The marshal's truncheon, nor the judge's robe, Become them with one half so good a grace As mercy does.
Similarly, Justice and Development Party (AK Party) Deputy Chairman Mustafa E[currency]entop called on the president of the Constitutional Court to remove his judge's robe and enter politics, criticizing him of behaving like a political actor.