Unit 4 - Types of Legal Professions in Great Britain. (2)
6. What is the difference between a judge and a magistrate?
A magistrate is a judicial officer who is not a professional lawyer and who exercises judicial functions mainly in the magistrates’ courts, a lay person who is selected by special committees in every town and district. When a judge is a person with authority to hear and decide disputes brought before a court for decision.…
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