Idiom: 'Judge, jury and executioner'

What does 'Judge, jury and executioner' mean?

Meaning: If someone is said to be the judge, jury, and executioner, it means they are in charge of every decision made, and they have the power to be rid of whomever they choose.

  • Category: Law
  • Contributor: Alea Roach

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