What is Judge Advocate General?

Legal Definition
A Judge Advocate General is a principal judicial officer for an armed service. Relevant articles include:

  • Judge Advocate General's Corps, a military branch of service concerned with military law
  • Judge Advocate General (Australia)
  • Judge Advocate General (Canada)
  • Defence Judge Advocate Corps (Denmark)
  • Judge Advocate General (India)
  • Military Advocate General (Israel)
  • Judge Advocate General Branch (Pakistan)
  • Judge Advocate General (Sri Lanka)
  • Judge Advocate General's Department, Ministry of Defence, Thailand
    • Judge Advocate General's Corps (Thailand)

    See also:

    • JAG (TV series), a U.S.-produced television show based on the U.S. Navy Judge Advocate General's Corps.
    • Starfleet Judge Advocate General, an agency in the fictional Star Trek universe
    • Judge
    • Advocate general
-- Wikipedia
Legal Definition
The adviser of the government in reference to courts-martial and other matters of military law. In England, he is generally a member of the house of commons and of the government for the time being
-- Black's Law Dictionary