Judge, Jury and Executioner

What Does "Judge, Jury and Executioner" Mean?

"Judge, jury and executioner" is an English idiom. It means "a person who takes upon themselves the roles of judge, jury, and executioner, meaning they judge, decide the guilt, and then implement the consequence or punishment."

Examples in Sentences

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