district judge


  1. any judge of a federal district court.

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Word History and Origins

Origin of district judge1

An Americanism dating back to 1780–90

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Example Sentences

In the case of one over-the-counter stock that Bartiromo claimed was headed to $10 per share, he sold his entire stake for less than 25 cents, the SEC told a federal district judge in Manhattan.

Parler’s legal fight to force Amazon to restore its service suffered a setback on Thursday when a federal district judge in Seattle denied Parler’s request for a preliminary injunction.

They cited a range of reasons, but a federal district judge disagreed with all of them and remanded the case to state court.

A federal district judge approved a request from Democrats and civil rights groups to require election officials to count mail-in ballots that were postmarked by Election Day but not received until six days later.

A federal district judge in Cleveland dismissed the lawsuit in 2012, citing Hayward’s guilty plea.

So, in an unusual order (PDF) issued on New Years Day, District Judge Robert Hinkle clarified the issue.

U.S. District Judge Kimberly J. Mueller could be about to start a legal revolution.

In 2006, former Oklahoma district judge Donald Thompson was sentenced to four years in prison.

A district judge ruled against them in January 2013, and they have appealed to the 2nd Circuit of the U.S. Court of Appeals.

United States District Judge Nanette Laughrey ruled for the plaintiff, awarding her $450,0000.

In it he was given a high position, something like that of District Judge.

The other letter, as you will see, is from the District Judge of Virginia.

The Circuit Court reversed this action, and there was a new case in which Busteed, district judge, adjudged the company bankrupt.

Hayes was District Judge when I came, and continued as such for ten or twelve years.

Mohamed Hyat Khan, district judge, very kindly offered us his services as guide.





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