District Judge

By virtue of their office, disctrict judges are justices of the peace.

How to Address a District Judge

The recommended styles of address are as follows:

Beginning of letter Dear Judge or Dear Sir/Madam
Envelope District Judge Phillips
Verbal address  Judge or according to title

On retirement, district judges are not referred to by any title; they are simply referred to as ‘Mr’, ‘Miss’, ‘Mrs’ or ‘Ms’.

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