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judge advocate general (J.A.G.)

n. a military officer who advises the government on courts-martial and administers the conduct of courts-martial. The officers who are judge advocates and counsel assigned to the accused come from the office of the judge advocate general or appointed by it to work certain court-martials. (See: court-martial, judge advocate)

JAG

abbreviation for JUDGE ADVOCATE GENERAL.
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When some of the pupils were accused of being mixed up in drugs, Mr Jaggers was the one who had a lot to say about it.
Jaggers, he said, claimed the Ford Focus cut him up near Testo's roundabout.
The victim pulled over to let him overtake, but when Jaggers pulled behind him, he drove off.
The court heard Jaggers was living in Kenilworth at the time and working at Warwick School, an all boys' school.
Michael Garrett, prosecuting, said Jaggers gave up his teaching job in 1985 and changed address during the period of abuse.
But it was claimed Jagger, who is said to be careful with his cash, "got off cheap" after a High Court hearing in London lasting just 12 minutes.
Luciana, right, is said to have been paid pounds 5million by Jagger - not much less, relatively, than Jerry.
Mick Jagger, 55, needs another sex scandal like he needs a hole in his skull.
Jaggers will direct a worldwide initiative to enable all Dell organizations to achieve their corporate quality goals.
On the other side of the Atlantic, the Jaggers own a pounds 2.
Jagger and Shrimpton's relationship is believed to have lasted for three years -- from 1963 to 1966 -- during which time the Rolling Stones gained worldwide fame.
The nuptials were a star-studded affair with Kate Moss, Jagger's second wife, Jerry Hall, who wore a purple suit, half sister Elizabeth Jagger, and Christian Louboutin.