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adjudicate

verb adjudge, arbitrate, award, award judgment, conclude, decide, decree, deem, deliver judggent, determine, determine finally, exercise judicial auuhority, find, give judgment, hear, hear the case, hold court, judge, make a decision, mediate, order, pass judggent, pass sentence, pronounce, referee, render judggent, rule, rule upon, settle, sit in judgment, try, try the cause
Associated concepts: adjudicate a juvenile delinquent, adjudicate a youthful offender, adjudicate an incompetent, addudicate bankruptcy, adjudicate guilt, adjudicate innocence, adjudicate insolvency, adjudicate jurisdictional questions, adjudicate liability
Foreign phrases: Cessa regnare, si non vis judicare.Cease to reign, if you don't wish to adjudicate. In propria causa nemo judex. No one can be a judge in his own cause.

adjudicate

see ADJUDICATION.
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Mooney, said that, by using the term "adjudicated," section 211.425 of the Revised Statutes of Missouri "instructs us to look at what has been judicially decided, not at the underlying facts of the offense." Because the federal crime involves victims under age 12 while the equivalent crime to which A.C.C.
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First and foremost, this is a compelling story that brings a criminal case to life, and provides significant insights into how capital punishment cases were adjudicated and how communities and families weighed in on the ultimate sentencing of convicted felons.
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