[ UK /d‍ʒuːdˈɪʃə‍lˌi/ ]
[ US /dʒuˈdɪʃəɫi/ ]
  1. in a judicial manner
    judicially controlled process
  2. as ordered by a court
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How To Use judicially In A Sentence

  • Judicially speaking, injury and larceny are both crimes against the State, but in these criminal categories it is possible to identify particular victims.
  • HOLDING: (Opinion by Landau, P.J.) – A public employee who prevails on a lawsuit by asserting that the claim did not arise during the course of employment is judicially estopped from initiating an action against the employer for indemnity of legal expenses by asserting a position inconsistent with that asserted during the original claim. One less bell to answer (Jack Bog's Blog)
  • -- That this expresses a positive divine act, by which those who wilfully close their eyes and harden their hearts against the truth are judicially shut up in their unbelief and impenitence, is admitted by all candid critics [as Olshausen], though many of them think it necessary to contend that this is in no way inconsistent with the liberty of the human will, which of course it is not. Commentary Critical and Explanatory on the Whole Bible
  • The 9/11 attacks did lead to some expansion of executive authority, most notably in bypassing procedures set up in 1978 to ensure that electronic surveillance is judicially authorized.
  • Even if the amendment is passed it can be defeated judicially.
  • In actual world, the most administrative acts have not been reviewed by the judicial bodies and one part of them have not been effectively judicially controlled owing to their features.
  • judicially controlled process
  • Then a man could study its customs with undivided soul; but being so very near next door, he goes about the land with one eye on the smoke of the flesh-pots of the old country across the seas, while with the other he squints biliously and prejudicially at the alien. American Notes
  • First, Chapter III speaks of matters being adjudicated judicially, thus, according to law.
  • Not all judicially created laws are based on statutory or constitutional interpretation.
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