justice court


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justice court

noun bar, bar of justice, bench, for addusting disputes, forum, forum of justice, judgment seat, judicial assembly, judicial forum, judicial tribunal, justice, justice seat, lawcourt, magistrates, place where justice is administered, tribunal
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Based on a jurisprudential rule of the Guardians Council, buildings that are under private ownership are not governed by cultural heritage regulations, therefore, the Administrative Justice Court voted for its elimination from the list," Esmaili said.
The incident took place at 21:30 in Kay-ythane district's Ecay-layan neighborhood, where the justice court located.
Terrorist groups said on their social media pages on Tuesday that terrorist Osama al-Yatim, the head of the so-called "House of Justice Court in Horan and Quneitra", and four of his companions were killed when a roadside bomb expolded in Dara'a.
In Lane County, the Justice Court handles cases involving noncriminal ones including traffic violations and county code violations.
Dutschke pled guilty in January "to one count of developing and possessing ricin, and three subsequent counts of mailing threatening letters laced with the substance to the President of the United States, US Senator Roger Wicker, and Lee County, Mississippi, Justice Court Judge Sadie Holland.
The court order had followed a petition filed by Twinkle Wadhwa, a Metropolitan Magistrate who was then posted at a Juvenile Justice Court.
The American Civil Liberties Union (ACLU) has reportedly written a letter to the government protesting against the shocking treatment of Jagjeet Singh at the hands of Mississippi Department of Transportation and Pike County Justice Court judge Aubrey Rimes.
Under India's juvenile law, accused minors face trial only in the juvenile justice court and are sentenced to a maximum of three years' imprisonment if convicted.
Topics include a definition of international criminal justice, maintaining control of a war crimes trial, balancing fairness and expedition in war crimes trials, applied rights, complexities in prosecuting international crimes, terrorism, the International Criminal Justice Court and the complexities of international criminal justice, and women and international criminal law.
Hashimi's case should be referred to the International Justice Court to scrutinize the evidences submitted and enable the defendants defend themselves", the center confirmed.
She was arrested and appeared in the Criminal Justice Court.
The Administrative Justice Court rejected an appeal by the Prime Minister against an earlier court ruling that ordered the removal of police guards from university campuses, legal sources said.

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