Senior Judge

Definition of "Senior Judge"
  1. A federal judge who chooses to reduce their workload after reaching a certain age and length of judicial experience, creating an open position for active judges
How to use "Senior Judge" in a sentence
  1. The Senior Judge decided to reduce his caseload after serving for over 30 years on the bench.
  2. Despite having the option to lessen her workload, the Senior Judge chose to maintain a substantial number of cases.
  3. Upon reaching the age of 65, the federal judge chose to become a Senior Judge and decrease his workload.

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