So I think that part of what's going on here is simply that as the nature of the magistracy changes, the nature of the way that you manage that group of people needs to change.
the problem is to persuade both their supporters and the judiciary and magistracy
If they must tackle it with purpose, they will need back-up from the laws applicable to illegal guns, and from the magistracy and judiciary.
he twice ran for a magistracy in his home town
Hopefully they will then apply to become magistrates, thus enabling the magistracy to benefit from the wide variety of skills, cultures, life experience and backgrounds that can be found in every community throughout our country.
A Government minister cannot bargain with individual members of the magistracy .
They had less involvement in the gentry-dominated magistracy , which completely controlled the county police until 1888.
The most extensive privileges were enjoyed by the nobility and clergy, but guilds, municipalities, professional bodies like those of magistracies , and provinces also had their own prerogatives.
And he defines a corrupt city as one in which the magistracies are no longer filled by those with the greatest virtue, but rather by those with the most power, and hence with the best prospects of serving their own selfish ends.
Amicitia principum, friendship with the emperor, was a sure way of gaining access to senatorial magistracies and other honorable positions.