Judicare

Judicare

To decide or determine in a judicial manner.

In civil and old English Law, judicare means to judge, to pass judgment or sentence, or to decide an issue in an impartial fashion. It refers to the interpretation and application of the laws to the facts and the administration of justice.

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Zylstra defeated Howard Bichler of Wisconsin Judicare. Zylstra took 2,297 votes, while Bichler took 1,911 votes.
Arenga / Quoniam universis in orbe regibus, quibus omnipotens exordium creator humanum rem publicam regendam distribuit, propositum constat in commune justitiam colere, recta judicare populisque subditis quibus imperant juste consulere, dignum est et utile ut nos, quos ad regni fastigium regum rex et omnium dominus dignatus est attollere, ea quae sibi sunt placita debeamus cogitare...
As the dispensation of justice to the people has been rendered to be the soul of good Government10, therefore, it requires the creation of an ultra-modern disseminating infrastructure and manpower; sympathetic and planned; need for new judicare technology and models; and remedy-oriented jurisprudence11.
Es por eso que este principio encuentra fundamento en la clausula internacional aut dedere aut judicare (28) y es consecuencia de ella.
Unlike the ICC's Rome Statute, the convention would address inter State obligations with respect to the crime, including aut dedere aut judicare and the provision of mutual legal assistance.
In my brief (which I never filed, because the parties settled the case), I wanted to use a legal maxim that I had found in Black's: Cessa regnare, si non vis judicare. Cease to reign, if you wish not to adjudicate.
ACTIO POPULARIS, A MAXIMA AUT DEDERE AUT JUDICARE, DIREITO PENAL INTERNACIONAL E A IMPLEMENTACAO INDIRETA DA PERSECUCAO PENAL DE CRIMES INTERNACIONAIS
In my brief (which I never filed, because the parties settled the case), I wanted to use a legal maxim that I had found in Blacks: Cessa regnare, si non vis judicare. Cease to reign, if you wish not to adjudicate.
Since then, international crimes are codified and complemented by treaty provisions subscribed by most states, encompassing war crimes, crimes against humanity, genocide, torture and terrorism, and recently, treaties dealing with crimes of transnational concern, such as drug trafficking and money laundering, which explicitly incorporate the obligation to extradite or prosecute (Aut dedere Aut judicare) (1) (Bassiouni and Wise, 1995; Cassese, 2008; Amnesty International, 2011; da Rocha Ferreira et al., 2013).
Antes de focar o acesso a justica, mas ja delineando o seu alargamento, o autor se referiu ao sistema judicare como uma grande realizacao das reformas na assistencia judiciaria, pois esta ultima se estabeleceu como um direito para as pessoas previstas na lei.
In 1969, Deer's sister Constance attended the Menominee Enterprises Shareholder meeting and when her request for a review of the costs of the Legend Lake project were denied, Ada contacted Wisconsin Judicare and worked with Joseph Preloznik, the agency's director.