venue

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Английский Язык - Английский Язык
A bout; a hit; a turn. See venew
A place, especially the one where a given event is to happen
A neighborhood or near place; the place or county in which anything is alleged to have happened; also, the place where an action is laid
Sport venue: a stadium or similar building in which a sporting competition is held
{n} the place in which a cause is to be tried
Location of a function
the county where the case is heard
in law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)
The place where proceedings are held
The location of the notarial act, usually stated in the form: STATE OF FLORIDA COUNTY OF________
Authority of a court to hear a matter based on geographical location
(RWT) The geographical location in which a case is tried
in law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held
(1) The county (or other geographical division) in which an action or prosecution is brought for trial and which is to furnish the panel of jurors (2) The county in which an acknowledgement (notarization) is made
The specific county, city or geographical area in which a court has jurisdiction
The particular jurisdiction where a legal dispute is tried
place, location
The location of the notarial act, usually stated in the form
1 The place where the act is performed 2 The place on the certificate that gives the location where the notarization was performed 3 The place where a trial is held
The county in which the facts are alleged to have occurred and in which the trial will be held
The particular court in which an action may properly be brought
A bout; a hit; a turn
{i} scene or setting of an event; scene of the crime; place of trial; statement declaring that a trial is being held in the proper court
The county in which proceedings may be commenced Also see "Change of Venue "
The venue for an event or activity is the place where it will happen. Birmingham's International Convention Centre is the venue for a three-day arts festival. a place where an organized meeting, concert etc takes place sporting/conference/concert etc venue (from venir , from venire). In law, the place or county in which the events giving rise to a legal action take place and from which a jury may be drawn to try the case. Venue statutes usually specify that a trial must take place in the district that has jurisdiction over the matter. The grounds for a change of venue are also specified; they include fear of biased jurors due to media coverage, danger of violence, and racial prejudice
The proper geographical area (county, city, or district) in which a court with jurisdiction over the subject matter may hear a case
The county where the case should be filed, usually the county where you live
The particular county, city or geographical area in which a Court with jurisdiction may hear and determine a case
The geographical location in which a case is tried
the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)
The county or counties in which an offense occurred or prosecution is taking place
the specific county, city or geographical area in which a court with jurisdiction may hear a case
the geographical place or county over which a court has jurisdiction
Neighborhood; often used to refer to the county or place in which an acknowledgment is made before a notary; also refers to the county in which a lawsuit may be filed or tried
1 A neighborhood, a neighboring place; synonym for a place of trial Venue refers to the possible or proper place for trial of a suit, among several places where jurisdiction could be established Venue essentially involves the right of the party sued to have the action heard in a particular judicial district, for reasons of convenience In a criminal trial where publicity surrounding the crime would virtually preclude fair trial, the court will direct a change of venue, or removal of the proceedings to a different district or county
change of venue
The removal of a trial to a locale other than that in which the case was first brought before a court

The defense moved for a change of venue, as the media coverage had made selecting an impartial jury from the small town impossible.

change-of-venue
Attributive form of change of venue

change-of-venue motion.

changes of venue
plural form of change of venue
lay a venue
to allege a place
change of venue
(Kanun) A change of venue is the legal term for moving a trial to a new location. In high-profile matters, a change of venue may occur to move a jury trial away from a location where a fair and impartial jury may not be possible due to widespread publicity about a crime and/or defendant(s) to another community in order to obtain jurors who can be more objective in their duties. This change may be a few towns away, or across the state
venues
plural of venue
venue

    Расстановка переносов

    ven·ue

    Турецкое произношение

    venyu

    Произношение

    /ˈvenyo͞o/ /ˈvɛnjuː/

    Этимология

    [ 'ven-"yü ] (noun.) 1531. From Old French venue feminine past participle of verb venir.

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