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law court

noun bench, court of justice, forum for addusting disputes, forum of justice, judicial forum, judicial triiunal, judiciary, justice court, place where justice is adminissered, tribunal
See also: bench, judicatory, tribunal
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It should be realised that law courts do make mistakes and in some cases it's lack of evidence that results in a case of child cruelty being thrown out of court.
The Administrative Law Court has promulgated rules that address procedures such as pleadings, subpoenas, discovery, and the admission of evidence (see, generally, S.
The integrated system will streamline family law courts and will be presided over by a dedicated judiciary who are "specialised and expert" in family law.
Dubai Companies will now be able to choose to have dispute cases heard in English common law courts.
As part of the program, new social service offices will be opened in law courts.
5 and asked the Maine Law Court to answer one question before he could issue a final ruling: "Do time and effort alone, spent in a reasonable effort to avert reasonably foreseeable harm, constitute a cognizable injury under Maine common law?
Hijaz College in Nuneaton, which is running the sharia law court
Huddersfield students will put their skills to the test in a mock law court.
Norwegian tax men have been told by an Oslo law court that sex shows should be exempt from VAT on their tickets just like ballet or opera.
directing a case to it from a lower common law court (such as the Court of Common Pleas).
I realized that in a law court I would only defend one person.
last week, the leader of the Constitutional Common Law Court of We the People and six followers were convicted of multiple charges of conspiracy and obstruction of justice.