Some articles on chief judges, judges, chief judge, judge:
... academies to train the elite force of street judges which would exercise these draconian powers ... In April 2031 Fargo, now Chief Judge of the United States, personally led his men into action, and over the next twenty years oversaw the growth of his new force ... He insisted on the strictest standards of behaviour from his judges, including a rule of celibacy ...
... Until 2117 the chief judge was the ex officio chairman of the Council of Five, which in 2070 became the highest legislative body ... The Council usually included a deputy chief judge, who would automatically succeed to the highest office in the event of the death of the chief judge ... This occurred when Chief Judge Goodman died and was succeeded by his deputy, Judge Cal.) If there was no deputy then the remaining members of the Council ...
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