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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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Government agencies have also embedded provisions within their employment regulations, which specifically indicate that a plea and a judgment, regardless of whether adjudication was withheld or not, is considered a conviction and may subject an employee to sanctions including termination.
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.
Australian construction company Multiplex has been ordered to pay the Darlington firm pounds 2,274,000 after its latest adjudication hearing.
Part IV surveys various states' current practices of using juvenile adjudications for sentence enhancement purposes.
As someone who conducted literally thousands of adjudications I didn't find it too difficult to see why they were vulnerable, given the pressure on the governor to support his staff by imposing days, often in the face of rather bizarre 'evidence', the fact that, with speed as the essence, witnesses were rarely allowed, and, although added days could often be imposed for 'offences' that in the community would barely have raised the proverbial eyebrow, legal representation for prisoners was almost always denied.
If offenders fail to fulfill the requirements in the allotted time, their cases are remanded to the adjudication stream, and the judge decides appropriate restitution.
So, the wise men and women of the Chartered Institute of Arbitrators realised that they needed to start reminding people that, in fact, arbitrations could be almost as quick as adjudications, and certainly more flexible.
USCIS officials said that a major reason A-files were not available for naturalization application adjudications is that staff are not using the automated file-tracking system.
This confidence and the increase in numbers of adjudications shows that adjudication is no longer seen as the last resort.
Since the actions sought by the corporations are not full water basin adjudications, the public agencies expressed that it is virtually meaningless and legally unfeasible to proceed with the actions without bringing together other producers in the basin and conducting a full basin adjudication.
My argument is that Clause 39 and later concepts of due process developed precisely in order to defeat prerogative or administrative adjudication--that is, to defeat the binding adjudications that rulers tried to impose outside the courts of law.
The report reveals the number of adjudications where extra days could be imposed has increased by 47% since 2010.
Frances Crook, chief executive of the Howard League, said: "The system of adjudications has become a monster, imposing fearsome punishments when people misbehave, often as a result of the dreadful conditions they are subjected to.
Les soumissions devront etre parvenues au Secretariat du Comite d adjudications et d achat au plus tard le vendredi 31 mai, 16 heures.
On December 2, 2008, the Illinois Supreme Court affirmed the judgment of the Illinois Appellate Court, Third District, which affirmed the decision of the Circuit Court of Peoria County to allow the state to impeach a defendant with certified copies of his prior juvenile adjudications.