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

Synonyms for adjudicate

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

bring to an end

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"In fact, they will gain something because of what OHPA will give in terms of independence and much speedier and more proportionate adjudications."
It includes a set of legislative and administrative recommendations designed to improve the accuracy and timeliness of the claims adjudication system, simplify and streamline procedures, make the most of government resources and protect the rights of claimants.
The defendant appealed the court's decision to allow the prior adjudications to be used for impeachment purposes.
Importantly, the board has no authority to reopen an investigation, conduct its own interviews or reverse any adjudications determined by the police chief.
Matthews, the First Circuit determined that prior juvenile adjudications, if reliable, may trigger the ACCA's sentencing enhancement, without the prosecution having to prove such convictions beyond a reasonable doubt.
Many of us who regularly practice criminal law have traditionally viewed a withhold of adjudication as a logical compromise for the amicable resolution of criminal cases.
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.
* Students must perform in the Washington Music Educators Solo and Ensemble contest or the Washington State Music Teachers Adjudications.
"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."
More information on investigations and adjudications, and withdrawal from registration is available on the Board's Web site--www.pcaobus.org--under Rules.
The PCAOB has adopted rules on investigations and adjudications, as well as rules on registration withdrawals.
The court also found that as an issue of apparent first impression, the defendant's juvenile adjudications would not support a criminal recidivism finding.
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.
Hedrick, regarding Decree I as concerned with the extraordinary adjudication and II as concerned with the regular, thinks that in spite of the differences of language the two decrees envisage the same procedure for their different adjudications, and that what is made explicit in II can be read back into I: since the two bodies voting in II are the thiasos and the phratry, the two bodies voting in I must also be the thiasos and the phratry, and therefore, as we have seen above, he believes that in I the Demotionidae are the phratry and `the phrateres' of line 15 are those of the candidate's thiasos.
Restitution increasingly is becoming a part of settlements in both adjudications and mediations.