Hereafter,” so he wrote the board, “the justice court in Charleston will look after itself.
In each militia district of every county of the State, except in certain cities, there is a justice court.
A justice presides in police court, in justice court and in the supreme court.
The executive officer of the justice court is the constable, who is elected by the people for a term of two years.
Probably a dozen little suits in the justice court every week come before him.
On one occasion he had been called to the justice court to plead for a woodsman who was charged with being drunk and disorderly.
Sharp execution was made in Jedburgh, for twenty-eight of one clan and others were hanged at that justice court.
The justice clerk was originally not a judge at all, but simply clerk and legal assessor of the justice court.
Springfield, Ohio, has just had a case in a justice court which attracted much attention and awakened much interest.
It was in the justice court that the new lawyer would show off his ability.