District Judge

District Judge may refer to

  • A member of the Judiciary of England and Wales
  • A United States federal judge
  • A judge in a U.S. state court where the state is divided into judicial districts
  • The short name for a Judge of the District Court in the Republic of Ireland
  • In the judiciary of Northern Ireland:
    • District Judge, judge that sits to hear pre-trial applications and small claims cases in the County Court, previously known as a Circuit Registrar
    • District Judge (Magistrates Court), judge that presides over the Magistrates' Courts, formerly known as a Resident Magistrate

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Louis H. Pollak - District Judge
... Pollak was nominated to the United States District Court for the Eastern District of Pennsylvania by President Jimmy Carter on June 7, 1978 ... began serving on July 12, 1978, occupying the seat vacated by Judge A ... Judge Pollak assumed senior status in 1991, and then became an active member of the court ...
Minden High School (Minden, Louisiana) - Notable Alumni
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Law Of Bangladesh - The Judiciary of Bangladesh - The Subordinate Courts and Tribunals - Civil Courts
... The Act provides for five tiers of civil courts in a district, which bottom-up are Court of Assistant Judge,≤ Court of Senior Assistant Judge,≤ Court of Joint District ...

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