award judgment

See: adjudicate
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In her award judgment, Judge Matthews said Det Sgt Helyer's actions were "not just ill advised and disproportionate but arbitrary, high-handed, intimidating and oppressive".
The practical effect is to award judgment on the pleadings in favor of one side - a slam-dunk victory for the plaintiffs - at the expense of the redistricting plan enacted by the Legislature, before key decisions have been made on binding questions of law.
The suit demands that a jury award judgment against Defendants Prince George's County, Prince George's County Police Department, Prince George's County Correctional Center, Mary Lou McDonough (Interim Director of the Prince George's County Correctional Center), Anthony McIntosh, Russell Hardesty, and Ramon Davis of the Prince George's County Correctional Center, and Thomas K.
Ms Frisbee's lawyers yesterday challenged the decision of a senior High Court official to award judgment in the case in Ms Campbell's favour without a trial.
The hospital then paid the original $3 million jury award judgment, plus two days of interest.
In her award judgment, Judge Gillian Matthews QC said Sgt Helyer's actions that day "were completely disproportionate".
As previously noted by the Company, Nintendo has appealed the damage award judgment to the United States Supreme Court.
Although Herrera informs me that ``the court does not act as a collection agency,'' I feel that if the court is going to accept the responsibility to decide cases and award judgments, then it also should see to it that judgments are enforced.