The first occupation described is the judge or justice
The first occupation described is the judge or justice. The distinction between the two titles is that a trial supervises the trial of a case, determining the applicable rules of law and directing courtroom activities. Justices are judges at the level, where a trial (with testifying witnesses and the introduction of evidence) does not occur, but where trials are reviewed for error. Justices are essentially concerned with issues of ; issues of are normally resolved at the trial court level.