magistrates

The decuriones on the council in any town competed for annually elected magistracies. The 2 most senior were the duoviri iuri dicundo. They were in charge of the council and justice in the canton. Aediles dealt with public services. In the coloniae there were quaestores to administer finances. The senatorial magistracies of the Republic and Empire …...

Magistrates

Ordinary men or women generally possessing no formal legal training who are selected from the population and appointed to act as peer judges of those accused of summary offences. See also Stipendiary Magistrate.
Found on http://www.encyclo.co.uk/local/20474

magistrates

People who preside over certain types of courts.
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