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Explanation: If your document says in which capacity this judge officiates, you can add it to the title, i.e. "Ministro de la Corte Suprema" is Supreme Court Justice (Thomas West III) I believe it refers to a Judge in a higher court. http://www.amnesty.org/ailib/aipub/1995/AMR/280395.AMR.txt
Amnesty International has written to the Ministro Juez de la
Cuarta Sala de la Corte Superior de Justicia de Quito, a high court
judge presiding over the audiencia de estrados, a judicial hearing due
to open on 22 March 1995. The organization requested the judge to take
into account the present document. The organization has reminded the
judge that he is under an obligation to adhere to international fair
trial standards to which Ecuador is party.
If this is a political title, i.e. Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores (Minister of Foreign Relations), then I would simply leave it as "Minister"
... charged with 'desacato a un juez', 'disrespect to a judge', reportedly because, at
the end ... 2) Minister of Foreign Affairs: ... Ministro de Relaciones Exteriores. ...
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