- 1.1 (in (United States/los Estados Unidos) ) sheriff (masculine and feminine) 1.2 (in England and Wales)representante de la coronaMore example sentences1.3 (in Scotland)juez principal de un distrito
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- In a letter the procurator fiscal raised no objection to this, but in court the Crown argued, and the sheriff accepted, that the motion was incompetent.
- They argued that the later Privy Council decision R v HM Advocate had held that it was ultra vires for the procurator fiscal to bring proceedings before a temporary sheriff.
- ‘Somebody's gonna have to pay for it one way or another,’ said the sheriff of King William County at the time.
- They numbered some of the most powerful people in Scotland - judges, sheriffs and senior lawyers used to putting their case eloquently and with force.
- To make matters more complicated, ministers want to bring Scotland's judges and sheriffs under a single management structure, with a secretariat staffed by officials from the Scottish Executive.
- Scotland's sheriffs and judges are already ranked among the most lenient in Europe.
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