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Justiciary

Jus`ti´ci`a`ry
n.1.(Old Eng. Law) An old name for the judges of the higher English courts.
Court of justiciary
(Scots Law) the supreme criminal court, having jurisdiction over the whole of Scotland.
Noun1.justiciary - formerly a high judicial officer
Synonyms: justiciar
2.justiciary - the jurisdiction of a justiciar

JUSTICIARY, officer. Another name for a judge. In Latin, he was called justiciarius, and in French, justicier. Not used. Bac. Ab. Courts and their Jurisdiction, A.

Britain, GB, Great Britain, judge, jurist, justice, justiciar, magistrate, UK, United Kingdom, United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland
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