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- The item's name, appearance and description all reference the traditional powdered wigs worn by various members of the judiciary between the 16th and early 18th century. Wigs are still worn by some judges in some countries to this day.
- Not to be confused with a judge, a magistrate is a civilian officer that holds minor or less serious court cases, and can often hold preliminary hearings on larger cases, such as murder.