Stipendiary magistrate Alan Findlay placed three penalty points on Edu's licence.
What does SM stand for?
SM stands for Stipendiary Magistrate (Australia and New Zealand)
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Samples in periodicals archive:
In 1998, he was appointed as an acting stipendiary magistrate and became a deputy district judge for magistrates' courts in August 2000 on the unification of the district bench.
MAY 28, 1958: Huddersfield stipendiary magistrate Mr L H Pugh, ruled a contractor who let water run on to Manchester Road could not be charged with negligence because it froze and three cars skidded.
Stipendiary magistrate Robert Hamilton admonished McCulloch saying: "I'm going to take a very lenient view.
Oh dear, oh dear MANY years ago we had one stipendiary magistrate for the city, now we have five.
In 1872 he was appointed as stipendiary magistrate for Pontypridd and Rhondda and was described as a 'terror to malefactors' or criminals.
And there are about 29,000 lay justices and more than 60 stipendiary magistrates.
He said: "In 12 years as a stipendiary magistrate and district judge I have been based in various places, and Coventry was one, and I liked it.