Hubert's wise and salutary rule endured till the king came of age , and for some years after he was still retained as justiciar.
Your lordship, being the justiciar, speaks with knowledge of what is to come to me.
He was accused of stirring up rebellion among the Welsh, and the justiciar proceeded against him.
He traces his descent from the justiciar of the Norman kings.
Its president was the justiciar, who was the king's representative.
justiciar, the citizens permitted to elect their own, i, 43.
Hugh Bigod, one of the firmest adherents of the two Earls, was chosen as justiciar.
From 1228 to 1232 he held the high office of justiciar of Ireland.
The expression "justiciar State," however, seems to be more scientifically correct.
During his absence Hubert visited York both as legate and as justiciar.