judicial determination

judicial determination

noun action, award, court resolution, court's finding, declaration, decree, decretal, findings of fact and conclusions of law, holding, opinion judggent, judicial fiat, judicial pronouncement, order, order of the court, pronouncement, ruling, sentence
See also: ruling
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With equal, nay with greater reason, a body of men are unfit to be both judges and parties at the same time; yet what are many of the most important acts of legislation, but so many judicial determinations, not indeed concerning the rights of single persons, but concerning the rights of large bodies of citizens?
Their true import, as far as respects individuals, must, like all other laws, be ascertained by judicial determinations. To produce uniformity in these determinations, they ought to be submitted, in the last resort, to one SUPREME TRIBUNAL.
A major criticism of the death penalty is that it puts indigent defendants at a disadvantage, because they cannot afford the best lawyers who can protect them from erroneous judicial determination of guilt.
'I would also like to build some dams, a dam against undue and unnecessary delays in the judicial determination of cases, a dam against frivolous litigation,' he had said.
The embassy urged the Sudanese government "to end the practice of broad detentions", saying "any person who is detained deserves a quick judicial determination on whether criminal charges will be filed".
Let's hope the honourable top judge is able to 'build dams against undue and unnecessary delays in the judicial determination of cases, against frivolous litigation and against fake witnesses and false testimonies'.
"So it's clear that these things don't have to be litigated, that it's very clear as to how you interact with your employees, so that it's not left up to judicial determination."
I would also like to build some dams, a dam against undue and unnecessary delays in judicial determination of cases, a dam against frivolous litigation and a dam against fake witnesses and false testimonies and would also try to retire a debt, the debt of pending cases which must be decided at the earliest possible.
Like his predecessor, Justice Khosa said that he also was keen on dams- but unlike water dams, the ones Justice Khosa wants to work on are dams against undue and unnecessary delays in judicial determination of cases, against frivolous litigation and pending cases.
However, arresting and detaining him on a matter for which there has been a conclusive judicial determination 9 years ago is in clear violation of the 1999 Constitution (as amended) and indirect infringement of his right as a citizen under the law.
He first filed a motion for judicial determination of probable cause questioning if there was sufficient basis to put him on trial.
It pointed out that "the apprehension of the respondent (Standard Insurance) that it could be rendered technically insolvent through the imposition of the iniquitous taxes imposed by Section 108 and Section 184 of the NIRC, laws that were valid and binding, did not render the action for declaratory fall within the purview of an actual controversy that was ripe for judicial determination."

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