Presiding Judge

Definition of "Presiding Judge"
  1. The judge in charge of overseeing court management, making policy decisions, assigning judges to specialized courts, managing the court schedule, and organizing judges' meetings
How to use "Presiding Judge" in a sentence
  1. The presiding judge plays a crucial role in the successful functioning of court procedures.
  2. A new policy was implemented in court under the guidance of the presiding judge.
  3. She was chosen as the presiding judge due to her experience and ability to manage court functions efficiently.

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