- Judge: the presiding official in a court who makes decisions and provides rulings in legal matters
- Justice: a member of a court of law who is authorized to interpret and apply the law, mainly in higher courts
- Judgment: the final decision or conclusion reached by a court after the presentation and deliberation of a case
- The J. ruled in favor of the defendant, citing lack of evidence for the plaintiff's claim.
- In the court of appeals, the J. reviews the decision of the lower court to ensure it is legally sound.
- After months of litigation, the J. in the case was finally delivered, providing resolution for both parties involved.