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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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In the social media space, the lack of a formal policy increases the risk of uncontrollable activity," Jaggs said, "therefore to support risk management, employers should have a contingency plan, which includes insurance, in their social media policies in case things go wrong.
By contrast, Jaggs was "weak-willed, emotionally immature, morally vacant and criminally inclined".
Scotland Yard said: "William Jaggs, 22, a student of 47 Peterborough Road, Harrowon-the-Hill will appear in court charged with the murder of Lucy Braham, 25, at an address in Peterborough Road on September 14.
His uncle, Peter Jaggs, said: "I am not surprised he was warned off.
Jaggs, son of another teacher at Harrow, was arrested while badly injured and covered in blood.
The artists confirmed so far are: Robert Vincent, Hannah Kewn, David John Jaggs, Esme Bridie, Dominic Brooks, TIPI and Dave O'Grady.
SPURRED on by the pain of losing their pal so young, friends of tragic Scott Jaggs have raised almost PS2,000 in his memory.
Pick up a classic Yumi Kim silk top that goes with everything; Farron Elizabeth Design's soft, drapey knits; and Nikki Jaggs belts worn by fashion icons such as Paris Hilton.
William Jaggs, 23, was sent to Broadmoor special hospital indefinitely after admitting Lucy Braham's manslaughter.
Taxi driver Dennis Jaggs, aged 54, of Amington, said: "Every fare we pick up is talking about it.
William Jaggs, 22, has been arrested over the murder of Lucy Braham, 25, at the School in north west London.
Among those on hand to celebrate were studio co-chairman Michael Grade, managing director Steve Jaggs, director Roy Ward Baker, thesps Herbert Lom, Sylvia Syms, Donald Sinden and the actress responsible for setting up what the Guinness Book of Records calls "the most famous line in the history of movies, Eunice Gayson.