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  • 1judicial examination — index hearing, voir dire Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 2proper for judicial examination — index justiciable Burton s Legal Thesaurus. William C. Burton. 2006 …

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  • 3judicial review — judicial examination; power of the U.S. Supreme Court to determine if a law is unconstitutional …

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  • 4Judicial Yuan — Constitutional Court 司法院 Established 1937 Jurisdiction Republic of China Location Taipei Composition method Presidential nomination with Legislative Yuan confirmation …

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  • 5examination — late 14c., action of testing or judging; judicial inquiry, from O.Fr. examinacion, from L. examinationem (nom. examinatio), noun of action from pp. stem of examinare (see EXAMINE (Cf. examine)). Sense of test of knowledge is attested from 1610s …

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  • 6Judicial system of the People's Republic of China — For the Ministry of Justice, see Ministry of Justice of the People s Republic of China. People s Republic of China This article is part of the series: Politics and government of …

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  • 7Judicial scrivener — also known as shiho shoshi lawyers, are one of the legal professions in Japan. Judicial scriveners are authorized to represent their clients in real estate registrations, commercial registrations (e.g. the incorporation of companies), preparation …

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  • 8Judicial notice — Evidence Part of th …

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  • 9Judicial officers of the Republic of Singapore — The judicial officers of the Republic of Singapore work in the Supreme Court and the Subordinate Courts to hear and determine disputes between litigants in civil cases and, in criminal matters, to determine the liability of accused persons and… …

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  • 10Judicial Commission of New South Wales — The Judicial Commission of New South Wales is a statutory corporation that provides continuing education to and examines complaints made against judicial officers in New South Wales, a State of Australia. The commission is headed by the Chief… …

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  • 11judicial review — the power of a court to adjudicate the constitutionality of the laws of a government or the acts of a government official. [1920 25] * * * Examination by a country s courts of the actions of the legislative, executive, and administrative branches …

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  • 12judicial, judicious — Although these words have a common Latin base meaning judgment, they have different uses today. Judicial refers only to justice, courts of law, and judges: Judicial proceedings are likely to be slow and involved. The attorney tried to assume a… …

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  • 13judicial duty — One that requires exercise of judgment or choice of alternatives in its performance. One that requires exercise of judgment or decision of a question of fact. State ex rel. Coast Holding Co. v. Ekwall, 144 Or. 672, 26 P.2d 52. One that requires… …

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  • 14judicial duty — One that requires exercise of judgment or choice of alternatives in its performance. One that requires exercise of judgment or decision of a question of fact. State ex rel. Coast Holding Co. v. Ekwall, 144 Or. 672, 26 P.2d 52. One that requires… …

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  • 15Judicial Papyrus of Turin — The Judicial Papyrus of Turin (also Turin legal papyrus) is an ancient Egyptian record of the trials held against conspirators plotting to assassinate Ramesses III in what is referred to as the Harem Conspiracy . The papyrus contains mostly… …

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  • 16judicial review — /dʒu:ˌdɪʃ(ə)l rɪ vju:/ noun 1. the examination of a case a second time by a higher court because a lower court has acted wrongly 2. the examination of administrative decisions by a court …

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  • 17National Judicial Exam — The National Judicial Exam or State Judicial Exam (Chinese: 国家司法考试) is a unified legal examination administered by the People s Republic of China for people who work in the legal industry. Since 2002, all new members of the judiciary and legal… …

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  • 18LEGAL AND JUDICIAL SYSTEM — UNDER THE OTTOMAN EMPIRE (1876–1917) Judiciary Throughout the period from the promulgation of the Ottoman Constitution of 1876 until the present time there have been both secular and religious courts exercising jurisdiction in the territory of… …

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  • 19Multistate Professional Responsibility Examination — Professional responsibility Du …

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  • 20Bar examination — For the broader meaning of bar in legal contexts, see Bar (law). A bar examination is an examination conducted at regular intervals to determine whether a candidate is qualified to practice law in a given jurisdiction. Contents 1 Brazil 2 China,… …

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