Translation of justice of the peace in Spanish:

justice of the peace

juez de paz, n.

noun

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    (masculine and feminine) juez de paz masculine
    juez de paz masculine
    jueza de paz feminine
    • I conclude that there is no ground to detain Mr. Kalashnikoff on the primary ground, and the learned Justice of the Peace was in error in this regard.
    • Once the matter has been referred to a Justice of the Peace, in this case, Justice of the Peace Forrest, the Justice of the Peace is in charge of the process.
    • He was appointed Justice of the Peace in 1962 and High Sheriff of West Yorkshire 1980-81.
    • Hannah asked her brother-in-law to go for the Justice of the Peace.
    • The finding by the Justice of the Peace that the arresting officers had acted in the lawful execution of their duty was simply a finding, in effect, that there was no evidence they were not.
    • Absent the consent of the deceased or his next-of-kin, it would require a coroner's warrant or a warrant of a Justice of the Peace to obtain and analyze body fluids of a deceased.
    • He was a Justice of the Peace, he was always helping people - so was Mum - but he was the one who taught me that if you respect people, by and large they respect you.
    • Justices of the Peace shall exercise the powers and perform the duties conferred or imposed on a Justice of the Peace by or under an Act of the Legislature or of the Parliament of Canada…
    • Mrs Thompson has spent more than 80 years working tirelessly for the Blackpool community both as a Justice of the Peace and leading children's charity worker.
    • ‘He was a Justice of the Peace, a really well-known, well-respected man,’ says Logan.
    • He also held the roles of Deputy Lieutenant of the County, Justice of the Peace, High Sheriff of North Yorkshire, and president of the Yorkshire Agricultural Society.
    • He has also served variously as governor of five Kew schools, churchwarden, Justice of the Peace and trustee of local charities.
    • As a matter of fact, a Justice of the Peace hearing bad language in the streets could fine an offender on the spot.
    • He is a Justice of the Peace and a marriage celebrant.
    • Or they can choose to have a secular marriage, officiated by a Justice of the Peace, without any reference to religion of any kind.
    • He was made a Justice of the Peace in 1987, and a Knight of the Order of St John in 1988 and holds honorary degrees from the University of Salford and the University of Manchester.
    • On the record before me, I find no evidence that suggests that the Justice of the Peace would not discharge her function as a trial judge fairly and impartially.
    • A remarkable man named Reginald Scot was a Justice of the Peace in Kent, England.
    • Outside work, Robert was president of the York-based Yorkshire Gentlemen's Cricket Club, was president of the Bradford Union Club and was appointed a Justice of the Peace in 1962.
    • These must be completed and signed in the presence of a Justice of the Peace.