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What does it mean by 'the whole of civilian system's procedure is administered by a career judiciary'?
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I think it means that being a member of the judiciary is a career in a civilian system of law in a way that it isn't in a common law system. In England and Wales the judges are appointed from the ranks of the barristers (and now, solicitors) and people are only eligible to become judges they have acquired however many years service in those roles first. So most judges will only start judging at a relatively advanced age.

Whereas in say, France, to become a judge you do a degree, a Masters, then go to judging school (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Ecole_N...a_Magistrature), then become a judge without first having had a career as an advocate.
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