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Plz can any body explain the difference between Magistrate nd Civil judge?how can we differenciate between these 2 posts or r these the same? what r the powers of a magistrate and civil judge?can we compare a magistrate or a civil judge with a csp officer?i have heard that a magistrate has more powers as compared 2 a csp officer...What protocol, powers and previllages r given to a magistrate as compared 2 a csp officer??? i know i have asked a lot of question in one single post bt i know that there r many intelligent people how can easily answer these qeuries of mine!!!waiting 4 promt replies...tnx
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Civil judges are the judges who cater for the civil matters coming within there jurisdiction. whereas magist. are the judges who take up criminal matters coming within there jurisdiction. same is the touchstone on which both can be differentiated, the civil judges and magist. are the members of judiciary and CSP is a member of the executive branch of the govt. so there can be no comparison. it is just as absurd as to comparte the powers of the president and the cheif of army staff.
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lets take the discussion as
a civil judge is actually a civil cum judicial magistrate
a civil judge can try a csp officer and compell him to appear before him but a csp officer can't do that
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bro a magistrate have those powers which are conferred upon him by the Code of Criminal Procedure, 1898. Talking of protocol, a magistrate has no protocol even he does not have an official car, bearing in mind that we are talking of judicial magistrates, on the other hand a ASp has some sort of protocol. but again the difference stands as the former exercises judicial powers and the later exercises executive powers. and there is one more thing why r u so much curious about powers and protocols?
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well some body told me that a magistrate has more powers as compared 2 a csp thats y i was very much curious 2 confirm it...i was only doubtful i guess we cant compare judicial powers with executive powers!
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Plz can any body explain the difference between Magistrate nd Civil judge?

well, in simple language
a difference between a civil judge and judicial magistrate is..........................
sides of a coin.............................................. ........................................
when a judge decides a criminal case he is a judicial magistrate and when decides a cicil case he is a civil judge
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