That which is done under the authority of a superior; opposed to judidial; as the sheriff is a ministerial officer bound to obey the judicial commands of the court.When an officer acts in both a judicial and ministerial capacity, he may be compelled to perform ministerial acts in a particular way; but when he acts in a judicial capacity, he can only be required to proceed; the manner of doing so is left entirely to his judgment.
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