judicial

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English - Turkish
hukuki
adli
tüzel
türel
mahkemeyeyargıçlaratarafsız
{s} eleştirici
{s} yargılayan
{s} tarafsız
(Askeri) ADLİ, HUKUKİ, MAHKEMEYE AİT: Hukuk ve adalet işleriyle ilgili, hukuk ve adalet işlerine ait
(Avrupa Birliği) adli, tüzel, kanuni
adli,hakime ait
{s} yargıçlara ait
{s} mahkemeye ait
(Hukuk) yargısal
yargısız
hükm
judicial independence
(Kanun,Politika, Siyaset) yargı bağımsızlığı
judicial decision
hakim kararı
judicial error
adli hata
judicial murder
adli katil
judicial murder
yargısız infaz
judicial office
yargıçlık makamı
judicial power
yargıç gücü
judicial proceedings
adli muameleler
judicial system
adalet jüyesi
judicial authorities
Adlı makamlar
judicial authority
(Kanun) Yargı erki, adlı makam
judicial branch
Yargı
judicial panel
yargı kurulu
judicial power
Yargı yetkisi
judicial review
Yargı denetimi, yasal denetim
judicial council
(Askeri) ASKERİ YARGITAY: ABD Ordusu'nda; Askeri Ceza ve Askeri Ceza Muhakemeleri Usulü Kanunlarının 48, 49 ve 50 nci maddeleri gereğince, askeri mahkemeler tarafından yapılan muhakemelerin zabıtlarına göre davalara yeniden bakan ve Askeri Adalet Sınıfına mensup üç generalden oluşan kurul
judicial power
yargı gücü
judicial proceeding
yargılama usulleri
judicial system
adalet sistemi
judicial system
hukuk sistemi
competent judicial authority
(Kanun) yetkili adli merci
conflict of judicial decisions
adli kararlarda çatışma
conflict of judicial decisions
adli kararlarda uyuşmazlık
extra judicial execution
(Kanun) yargısız infaz
judicially
(Kanun) ceza olarak
judicially
(Kanun) kanuna göre
extra judicial
yargısız
exercise the judicial power
(Kanun) yargı yetkisini kullanmak
judicial review
(Hukuk) hukuka uygunluk denetimi
judicially
hukuken
specialist in judicial affairs
adliyeci
English - English
Of or relating to a court of law, or to the administration of justice

Judicial days: days on which courts are open.

That branch of government which is responsible for maintaining the courts of law and for the administration of justice
pertaining to the administration of justice
{a} belonging to a cause or trial, legal
decreed by or proceeding from a court of justice; "a judicial decision"
In the classification, "judicial" at the local level refers to the juvenile or family court judge At the state level, it refers to the administrative office of the state court system
one of Kant's three main standpoints, relating primarily to experiènce-i e , to what we feel, as opposed to what we know or desire to do Judicial reason is virtually synonymous with 'Critique' itself, and is conè‹žerned with questions about the most profound ways in which we experience the world Finding the source of two examples of such experiences is the task of the third Critique (Cf theoretical and practical )
Pertaining or appropriate to courts of justice, or to a judge; practiced or conformed to in the administration of justice; sanctioned or ordered by a court; as, judicial power; judicial proceedings; a judicial sale
decreed by or proceeding from a court of justice; "a judicial decision" relating to the administration of justice or the function of a judge; "judicial system" belonging or appropriate to the office of a judge; "judicial robes
Belonging to or appropriate to the office of a judge; relates to the administration of justice
expressing careful judgment; "discriminative censure"; "a biography appreciative and yet judicial in purpose"-Tyler Dennett
Judicial means relating to the legal system and to judgments made in a court of law. an independent judicial inquiry judicial decisions. + judicially ju·di·cial·ly Even if the amendment is passed it can be defeated judicially. relating to the law, judges, or their decisions legislative (judicialis, from judicium , from judex; JUDGE)
Judicious
belonging or appropriate to the office of a judge; "judicial robes"
{s} pertaining to decisions made by courts of law, of the administration of justice; of a court of law; pertaining to a judge; judging, decisive
Belonging to the judiciary, as distinguished from legislative, administrative, or executive
is the system of justice and law courts in a country
relating to the administration of justice or the function of a judge; "judicial system"
Fitted or apt for judging or deciding; as, a judicial mind
The branch of government that interprets the laws or says what the laws mean
belonging or appropriate to the office of a judge; "judicial robes
one of Kant's three main standpoints, relating primarily to experience--i e , to what we feel, as opposed to what we know or desire to do Judicial reason is virtually synonymous with 'Critique' itself, and is concerned with questions about the most profound ways in which we experience the world Finding the source of two examples of such experiences is the task of the third Critique (Cf theoretical and practical )
judicial activism
the act of replacing an impartial interpretation of existing law with the judge's personal feelings about what the law should be
judicial branch
The branch of government which is concerned with the administration of justice through the interpretation of the law
judicial day
A day on which a court is open
judicial notice
In the law of evidence, the power of a court to deem the burden of proof to be established as to a particular fact without the introduction of evidence, because the fact is one that is a matter of common knowledge, or is readily demonstrated by reference to sources of unquestionable authority

Example: If an attorney were to ask the court to admit into evidence the fact that a party can not have traveled from Chicago to Los Angeles without crossing several state lines, or that July 4, 2000 fell on a Tuesday, the court would likely take judicial notice of the fact.

judicial review
(in the UK) a procedure by which a court can pronounce on an administrative action by a public body
judicial review
(in the US) review by the Supreme Court of the constitutional validity of a legislative act
Judicial Branch
branch of the United States Government that includes the courts of law
judicial activism
willingness of a court to create new precedents
judicial admission
declaration that has binding legal force, confession made during a legal proceeding
judicial body
institution of law (court of law, district court, tribunal, etc.)
judicial branch
the branch of the United States government responsible for the administration of justice
judicial cognizance
information that comes to a judge outside of the framework of a trial
judicial decision
(law) the determination by a court of competent jurisdiction on matters submitted to it
judicial discretion
judge's assessment, freedom of decision by a judge
judicial document
document used in a court of law
judicial documents
documents related to a court trial
judicial error
judicial mistake, error in legal proceedings
judicial immunity
protective order granted to judges which means that they cannot be tried in court
judicial legislation
new laws made by the courts
judicial murder
legal definition of murder
judicial officer
person who works for a law court
judicial order
decree issued by a court of law
judicial proceeding
court proceeding, proceeding wherein a judge rules between two litigants
judicial review
Examination by a country's courts of the actions of the legislative, executive, and administrative branches of government to ensure that those actions conform to the provisions of the constitution. Actions that do not conform are unconstitutional and therefore null and void. The practice is usually considered to have begun with the ruling by the Supreme Court of the United States in Marbury v. Madison (1803). Several constitutions drafted in Europe and Asia after World War II incorporated judicial review. Especially subject to scrutiny in the U.S. have been actions bearing on civil rights (or civil liberty), due process of law, equal protection under the law, freedom of religion, freedom of speech, and rights of privacy. See also checks and balances
judicial review
review by a court of law of actions of a government official or entity or of some other legally appointed person or body or the review by an appellate court of the decision of a trial court
judicial review
judicial examination; power of the U.S. Supreme Court to determine if a law is unconstitutional
judicial separation
{i} separation of husband and wife which is recognized by a court of law; judicial decree that regulates the rights and responsibilities of a married couple who is separated and lives apart
judicial system
the system of law courts that administer justice and constitute the judicial branch of government
judicially
{a} in form of or according to law
extra judicial
outside of the law
judicially
in a judicial manner, according to a court of law, by legal process
judicially
as ordered by a court
judicially
in a judicial manner
judicially
in a judicial manner; "judicially controlled process" as ordered by a court
judicially
in a judicial manner; "judicially controlled process"
judicially
In a judicial capacity or judicial manner
military judicial officer
officer who is authorized to judge soldiers in disciplinary hearings
quasi-judicial
A process within a state's judicial branch in which court officers other than Judges (such as Magistrates or clerks) process, establish, enforce and modify support orders, usually subject to a Judge's review Depending on state law, he or she may or may not have to be an attorney
quasi-judicial
partially judicial
quasi-judicial
a decision made by a government official or tribunal which involves the application of policy to a particular set of facts requiring the exercise of discretion and the application of the principles of natural justice
quasi-judicial
Refers to decisions made by administrative tribunals or government officials to which the rules of natural justice apply In judicial decisions, the principles of natural justice always apply But between routine government policy decisions and the traditional court forums lies a hybrid, sometimes called a "tribunal" or "administrative tribunal" and not necessarily presided by judges These operate as a government policy-making body at times but also exercise a licensing, certifying, approval or other adjudication authority which is "judicial" because it directly affects the legal rights of a person Some law teachers sugest that there is no such thing as a "quasi-judicial" decision or body; the body or decision is either judicial or not
quasi-judicial body
management body that has certain judicial authority
quasi-judicial proceeding
procedure that has a somewhat judicial judgment between two litigants
Turkish - English

Definition of judicial in Turkish English dictionary

takipsizlik kararı judicial decision
to abate an action or quash a charge or indictment
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