magistrate

Magister vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

magister | magistrate |


As nouns the difference between magister and magistrate

is that magister is magister (the possessor of a master's degree) while magistrate is .

Prosecutor vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

prosecutor | magistrate |


As nouns the difference between prosecutor and magistrate

is that prosecutor is a lawyer who decides whether to charge a person with a crime and tries to prove in court that the person is guilty while magistrate is .

Lawer vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

lawer | magistrate |


As nouns the difference between lawer and magistrate

is that lawer is while magistrate is .

Magistrate - What does it mean?

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Attorney vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

attorney | magistrate |


As nouns the difference between attorney and magistrate

is that attorney is (us) a lawyer; one who advises or represents others in legal matters as a profession while magistrate is .

Magistrate vs Magi - What's the difference?

magistrate | magi |


As nouns the difference between magistrate and magi

is that magistrate is while magi is .

Wikidiffcom vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

wikidiffcom | magistrate |


As a noun magistrate is

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Sheriff vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

sheriff | magistrate |


As nouns the difference between sheriff and magistrate

is that sheriff is sheriff while magistrate is .

Consult vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

consult | magistrate |


As nouns the difference between consult and magistrate

is that consult is (obsolete): the act of consulting or deliberating; consultation; also, the result of consultation; determination; decision while magistrate is .

As a verb consult

is to seek the opinion or advice of another; to take counsel; to deliberate together; to confer.

Advocate vs Magistrate - What's the difference?

advocate | magistrate |


As nouns the difference between advocate and magistrate

is that advocate is someone whose job is to speak for someone's case in a court of law; a counsel while magistrate is .

As a verb advocate

is (label) to plead in favour of; to defend by argument, before a tribunal or the public; to support, vindicate, or recommend publicly.

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