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English definition of “judge's order”

judge's order

noun [C]
 
 
LAW
an official document signed by a judge in a court of law that orders something to be done or not done: Newspapers are challenging a judge's order to hand over documents relating to the case. We have no jurisdiction to prosecute the case except under the judge's order.appeal/review/violate a judge's order Violating the judge's order could lead to a fine. →  Compare administration order
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