judicial instruction

See: order
Mentioned in ?
References in periodicals archive ?
when judicial instruction provided a reason for inadmissibility,
The second procedural level, for situations of uncertainty or dispute, is judicial instruction.
Whether the judicial instruction is potent enough to counter this suspicion and anchor it at a level that befits the criminal system's precepts is an empirical question.
African, American, Asian and Arab experts are taking part in this conference which focuses, in particular, on examining issues of transitional justice after dictatorship, judicial instruction, judgements, as well as reform of the security sector.
The essays are divided into three parts, the first of which addresses the study of the language of the law through chapters on the development and nature of the language of regulation and legislation, challenges in teaching legal language, the problem of jury incomprehension of judicial instruction at the end of trials, and practical issues of legal translation.
Serious criminal accusations are brought only upon the considered judgment of a representative body of citizens acting under oath and under judicial instruction and guidance.
A prosecutor should not need a judicial instruction to get across to jurors that they should be skeptical of a mother's testimony on behalf of her son, (83) a son's testimony on behalf of his father, (84) or a husband's testimony on behalf of his wife.
The trust attorney should advise the trustee on when and how to seek judicial instruction (e.
Professor Tushnet describes them as embodying the following judicial instruction to lawmaking authorities: "You tried to accomplish goal X through means A.
57) Nancy Steblay et al, "The Impact on Juror Verdicts of Judicial Instruction to Disregard Inadmissible Evidence: A Meta-Analysis" (2006) 30:4 Law & Hum Behav 469.
The book draws on courtroom testimony of the period, including The Old Bailey Sessions Papers, which were published continually from1673 to 1913 and provide verbatim testimony of courtroom participants, judicial instructions to the jury, and witnesses under examination and cross-examination.
119) Other courts have taken a more defensive posture, scorning criticisms of judicial instructions as insults to the system of trial by jury.