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Adjudge

To determine by a judge; to pass on and decide judicially.

A person adjudged guilty is one who has been convicted in court.

adjudge

verb addicere, adjudicate, award, conclude, decide, decree, deem, deliver judggent, determine, dispense, dispense judgment, exercise judgment, find, give an opinion, hold, judge, judicate, judiiially determine, make a decision, order, pass judgment, pronounce formally, rule, sentence, settle, sit in judgment
Associated concepts: adjudge bankrupt, adjudge guilt, addudge incompetent, adjudge innocence, adjudge insolvent, adjudge liability
Foreign phrases: Res judicata pro veritate accipitur. A thing which is adjudicated is accepted or received for the truth.
See also: adjudicate, ascertain, award, condemn, confer, criticize, decide, decree, deem, determine, evaluate, find, gauge, give, judge, opine, pass judgment, pronounce, punish, rule, sentence, try

adjudge

see ADJUDICATION.
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Subject to limitations, a court-martial is always at liberty to adjudge some degree of confinement.
Any court-martial may adjudge a fine in lieu of, or in addition to forfeitures.
1002 (stating, "[s]ubject to limitations in this Manual, the sentence to be adjudged is a matter within the discretion of the court-martial; except when a mandatory minimum sentence is prescribed by the code, a court-martial may adjudge any punishment authorized in this Manual, including the maximum punishment or any lesser punishment, or may adjudge a sentence of no punishment.").
[section] 856 (2000), the President has provided that a court-martial 'may adjudge a fine in lieu of or in addition to forfeitures.' R.C.M.
(28) A special or summary court-martial may not adjudge any fine or combination of fine and forfeitures in excess of the total amount of forfeitures that may be adjudged in that case.