Judge Advocate General

Definition of "Judge Advocate General"
  1. A military officer who provides legal advice to the government on matters like courts-martial, and oversees their conduct. This officer also manages other judge advocates and counsels, who are either a part of this officer's office or are appointed to assist in certain courts-martial
How to use "Judge Advocate General" in a sentence
  1. The Judge Advocate General was called in to advise on the court-martial proceeding.
  2. Officers from the office of the Judge Advocate General were appointed to provide counsel for the accused.
  3. The advice of the Judge Advocate General played a pivotal role in the administration of the court-martial.

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