adjudication

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A judgment or sentence

says he confessed to avoid a lengthier sentence after his original attorney told him that the prosecutor claimed DNA evidence conclusively identified him as the attacker. had an earlier deferred adjudication for indecency with a minor.

The act of adjudicating, of reaching a judgement
{n} judicial trial or sentence
A hearing and settlement by judicial procedure; in the case of water rights, the action of settling claims relating to use of water on a particular stream system or groundwater basin
Giving or pronouncing a judgment or decree Also the judgment given
Determination of the amount of payment for a claim
The ability to automate a judgment based on background screening outcome This judgment often results in “meets requirements” or “does not meet requirements” outcome Once adjudication takes place automatic distribution and/or adverse action can occur
In workers' compensation, the process of handling a claim, from first report through final resolution In group disability benefit plans, the process of determining eligibility for benefit payment
the final judgment in a legal proceeding; the act of pronouncing judgment based on the evidence presented
a determination of the controversy and a pronouncement of a judgment based on evidence presented
The decision (decree or judgment) by the court concerning the defendant(s) involved in the case
A judicial proceeding in which a priority is assigned to an appropriation and a decree issued defining the water right (Rice (1991))
The judge's decision in a case or action
The judgment or decision of the court or jury regarding a case or cause
n A method of dispute resolution in which the matter is resolved by a judge, with or without the aid of a jury Other methods of dispute resolution include negotiation, in which the parties deal with each other, and arbitration, in which they agree to be bound by the decision of a third party Adjudication requires no agreement between the parties; the defendant is compelled to participate in the process
A hearing to figure out if there has been a crime Aging Out: When a youth leaves foster care because they have reached age 18 or have finished high school (whichever comes last) without returning home or being adopted Appeals: Someone asks for a hearing to change the court’s decision Any court decision is subject to an appeal Appeals can take several months to resolve Arraignment: The court gives an individual a chance to admit or deny the crime or to let the judge decide
A court proceeding to determine all rights to the use of water on a particular stream system or ground water basin
The act of determining an issue or settling a dispute in court
Giving or pronouncing a judgment or decree, or the rendering of a decision on a matter before a court
The INS procedure of considering and processing applications and petitions
The process used by health plans to determine the availability of benefits for a claim
Refers to a judicial process whereby water rights are determined or decreed by a court of law A court proceeding to determine all rights to the use of water on a particular stream system or ground water basin
The process of determining eligibility for benefits when a separation from employment or personal circumstances may prevent (disqualify) a person from receiving those benefits for any time period
The judicial process through which the existence of a water right is confirmed by court decree
- In workers compensation, the process of handling a claim, from first report through final resolution In group disability benefit plans, the process of determining eligibility for benefit payment
A judgment or decree
The determination of a controversy and a pronouncement of a judgment based on evidence presented Implies a final judgment of the court or other body deciding the matter, as opposed to a proceeding in which the merits of the cause of action were not reached
Giving or pronouncing a judgment or decree by a court of law Also the judgment given
{i} process by which a court makes a judgment or decree; judicial decision or sentence
A process by which land is attached security or in satisfaction of a debt
A deliberate determination by the judicial power; a judicial decision or sentence
The decision upon the question whether the debtor is a bankrupt
The act of adjudicating; the act or process of trying and determining judicially
adjudicature
adjudication of costs
ruling of a court concerning renumeration of legal fees
adjudication of interest
ruling of a court concerning payment of interest on the principal
adjudication of interest and linkage
court decision regarding the payment of interest on the capital and attaching it to the index or to the exchange rate
adjudicate
{v} to determine by law, to adjudge
Adjudicate
To settle in the exercise of judicial authority To determine finally
Adjudicate
To exercise judicial authority in settling a legal dispute
Adjudicate
jurisprudence
Adjudicate
To determine whether all program requirements have been met and whether the claim is to be paid or denied
Adjudicate
To pass on; to decide, settle, or decree; adjudge As used in water rights, an adjudication is the equivalent of a "determination" and contemplates that the claims of all parties have been considered and set to rest
Adjudicate
put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of; "The football star was tried for the murder of his wife"; "The judge tried both father and son in separate trials"
Adjudicate
To hear and settle (a case) by judicial procedure; To study and settle (a dispute or controversy)
Adjudicate
The legal processing of applications, enteries, claims, etc , to assure full compliance with the public land laws and the regulations To judicially determine, judge, or decree To sit in judgement
Adjudicate
To determine judicially To settle by means of a court decision
Adjudicate
To decide or settle something in a legal setting
Adjudicate
The process of having a legal matter settled by court proceedings, such as an offense charge
Adjudicate
bring to an end; settle conclusively; "The case was decided"; "The judge decided the case in favor of the plaintiff"; "The father adjudicated when the sons were quarreling over their inheritance"
Adjudicate
Performed by a claims processor to determine the benefit payable on a claim
adjudicate
To come to a judicial decision; as, the court adjudicated upon the case
adjudicate
To adjudge; to try and determine, as a court; to settle by judicial decree
adjudicate
To settle a legal case or other dispute
adjudicate
{f} pronounce by judicial sentence; pass judgment on; determine a matter judicially; sit in judgement
adjudicate
If you adjudicate on a dispute or problem, you make an official judgment or decision about it. a commissioner to adjudicate on legal rights The international court of justice might be a suitable place to adjudicate claims. = decide + adjudication adjudications ad·ju·di·ca·tion unbiased adjudication of cases of unfair dismissal. + adjudicator adjudicators ad·ju·di·ca·tor an independent adjudicator
adjudicate
To act as a judge
adjudication