judicatory

NOUN
  1. the system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of government
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How To Use judicatory In A Sentence

  • The government defended its decision by pointing to the virtues of informality and expeditiousness, plus full investigatory rather than adjudicatory powers.
  • The advantage of private provision of adjudicatory services is that one can exercise more control over who one deals with. The Volokh Conspiracy » The Disbarment of Fred Phelps
  • And if this happens, it goes to the adjudicatory chamber. Times, Sunday Times
  • The second section mainly analyzes the different operating mechanism between Qing Dynasty's leading case system and British judicial precedent system in their judicatory practice.
  • We must not overmeasure this kind of force, the injustice that because solve those, comes from ground floor and appeal to beg more need Pure Brightness of judicatory justice, administration.
  • The M é tis constitute a distinct ethnic group in terms of history, judicatory, politics, language and culture.
  • The three basic functions of modern criminal proceedings are accusation function, defense function and adjudicatory function.
  • It is a characteristic of both adjudicatory and regulatory bodies that they produce a binding determination of the issue before them.
  • It is a characteristic of both adjudicatory and regulatory bodies that they produce a binding determination of the issue before them.
  • Holmes preferred a kind of adjudicatory liberalism, keeping every party a bit off balance so that no one had the upper hand for long. Philocrites: February 2003 Archives
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