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Manifestor_of_Light Donating Member (1000+ posts) Send PM | Profile | Ignore Fri Sep-05-08 04:03 AM
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65. How could a politician officiate at a wedding?
She's not a licensed clergy member, nor is she a judge of any kind. You can be married by a J.P., county judge(not the guy who is head of the county commissioners court), district judge, Federal Judge, Appellate Judge. Basically any judge who sits in a court and hears cases, except for traffic court.

Judges generally have a law license. She did not go to law school.


Can any politican officiate at a wedding in Alaska? :shrug:


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