trial judge

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Noun1.trial judge - a judge in a trial courttrial judge - a judge in a trial court    
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
judge, jurist, justice - a public official authorized to decide questions brought before a court of justice
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But before that, as trial judge, he had earned sentence of death by his fiendish malignancy.
For example, the appeal identified para 13 of the judgement and contended that 'the learned trial judge has proceeded to pass generalised and sweeping remarks lamenting about rampant increase in corruption in society'.
A defendant convicted of second-degree child abuse was not entitled to reversal of the lower court judgment despite his arguments that a medical doctor's testimony was improperly admitted and that the trial judge failed to consider a lesser-included offense, the Rhode Island Supreme Court has ruled.
Getty stuck with the sports theme Ball introduced, saying a trial judge could bar such "an instant replay of trial testimony" because it would be "an entirely different leap" than the evidentiary recap historically permitted during closing arguments.
SCRUTINY REJECTEDThe judges also upheld the trial judges decision to reject scrutiny and recount of votes.We cannot fault the trial judge for failing to order for scrutiny and recount.
Metuh is said to be suffering from spinal cord injuries and had, on several occasions brought in court on a stretcher, when his health deteriorated and the trial Judge had denied him permission to travel abroad for treatment.
On a single day, more than 90 foreclosure trials were set before one trial judge, though the same trial judge assured the attorneys that they would be afforded "sufficient time" to try their cases.
The trial judge found that the University's activity had prevented an opportunity to participate in a learning opportunity, which created a direct connection between the University's governmental mandate and the impugned activity.
The trial judge removed four venire members against whom AnMed held judgments but denied the request to remove other venire members whose debts to AnMed were allegedly in default.
Counsel to the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission (EFCC), Rotimi Jacobs (SAN) had vehemently opposed Agabi's proposed 'two-month' adjournment, but the trial judge, considered it and fixed May 9, 2019 for the defence to open its case.
" [T]he clear and unambiguous language of 31-51-2.2(a) indicates that for a motorist to be found guilty of violating the statute, a trial judge must find by clear and convincing evidence that (1) school bus's red flashing lights were activated, and (2) the driver failed to stop before reaching the school bus.