Also known as: Circuit Court Judge, Circuit Judge, County Judge, Court of Appeals Judge, District Court Judge, Judge, Justice of the Peace, Magisterial District Judge, Magistrate, Superior Court Judge
Description: Judges are responsible for conducting hearings and overseeing the legal process at hearings and other legal or administrative disputes. In order to become a Judge, one must first complete law school. They are typically appointed or elected into this position. Certain judges, such as a federal administrative law judge, must pass an exam administered by the U.S. Office of Personnel Management.
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