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to make a decision about (a controversy or dispute, for example) after deliberation, as in a court of law

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put on trial or hear a case and sit as the judge at the trial of

bring to an end

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The defendant appealed the court's decision to allow the prior adjudications to be used for impeachment purposes.
Recommendation: To improve the integrity of the asylum adjudication process, the Chief of the Asylum Division should explore ways to provide additional opportunities for asylum officers to observe skilled interviewers.
Importantly, the board has no authority to reopen an investigation, conduct its own interviews or reverse any adjudications determined by the police chief.
Next, it will discuss the different ways in which State and Circuit Courts have tried to apply these cases to the particular problem of juvenile non-jury adjudications and their application to adult sentencing scores.
The statute provides the court with the ability to withhold adjudication after the imposition of a probation sentence without imposing upon the defendant a conviction and the collateral consequences that accompany a conviction.
THE Housing Grants, Construction and Regeneration Act 1996 provides that parties involved in disputes arising under construction contracts in writing may refer those disputes to adjudication.
The decisions written in the adjudication documents reflect the Board's review of this voluminous information in exercising its discretionary authority to select the applicants which it believes will best serve the Commonwealth's and the public's interest as outlined in Act 71.
We have no doubt whatsoever the main contractor has a case to answer and we will pursue our claim with confidence instilled by today's and previous adjudications.
Of course it should have come as no surprise that governors' adjudications were going to be vulnerable to challenge under Article Six.
Finance expects to install Manhattan Payments and Adjudications, Tribunal, Property, Commercial Adjudications, and the Parking Violations and Consolidations Unit; DEP will bring over the Environmental Control Board, while the Health Department will bring over the Health and the Consumer Affairs Units.
Restitution increasingly is becoming a part of settlements in both adjudications and mediations.
SXC's RxPORTAL[TM] is a consumer-friendly, online decision support tool that enables beneficiaries to run real-time trial adjudications to compare the cost impact of prescription drug alternatives, based on their own benefit design.
We undertake about 80 adjudications a year, and somewhere in the region of 20 mediations.
While deemed critical, especially in making citizenship decisions, A-files are sometimes missing during adjudications.