custodian of the law

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This confirms what we unofficially know but cannot produce as proof to take the custodian of the law to court.
Marriyum said that the judiciary commanded respect because it was custodian of the law and the Constitution and a protector and guarantor of the dignity and honour of the citizens.
If the police itself violates the law, it has no right to be described as custodian of the law.
The government should have been the custodian of the law and not "take decisions that violate it," the union said, among other things.
@serafinowicz: Despite their name, Cheerios look pretty nihilistic @KingsNortonCop: Is it wrong that a 'hard as nails' (so my nieces tell me) custodian of the law 'accidentally' listens to Abba on the drive into work?!
So here we have a custodian of the law suggesting that children barely of school age be recorded as potential criminals, for being what most children are - naughty.
Incidentally, the MCC is the custodian of the laws of the game.
The ICC was reformed and rebranded, the MCC relegated to a role as "custodian of the laws".
Marylebone Cricket Club, the custodian of the laws of the game, formed the World Cricket Committee which included former Australia skipper Ricky Ponting, former England captain Mike Brearley and they had suggested that the size of a bat's edges and depths should be 108mm in width, 67mm in depth and 40mm at the edge.
According to a decision by the Marylebone Cricket Club, the custodian of the laws of the game, players attempting to catch a ball destined to travel over the boundary rope can no longer run and jump for the ball from behind the boundary.
To begin with, the Ministry of Legal Affairs and Constitutional Development is regarded as the custodian of the laws that govern this country, and one would wonder why the body that enacts the laws would put its wages higher than that of other civil servants.