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concerned with adjudicating


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Although Kohler-Hausmann concludes that "the managerial model better describes the vast majority of operations in New York City's lower courts," managerialism is not the entire story; she notes that "lower courts [also] maintain some adjudicative traits." (151) Part of appreciating managerial justice involves recognizing the extent to which New York still punishes, incarcerates, and formally convicts many of its misdemeanor subjects.
This casebook contains cases and problems meant to stimulate thought, produce classroom discussion, and help students learn adjudicative criminal procedure doctrine from initial appearance and pretrial release to collateral remedies, as well as trends in the law and criminal procedure skills.
either the adjudicative dimension, by creating a risk that litigants
substantive criminal law, investigative procedure, and adjudicative
Constitution's separation-of-powers requirements, as well as the 7th Amendment's jury-trial guarantee Both challenges arise out of Congress's transfer of adjudicative power over patent rights from Article III courts, which have historically addressed patent disputes, to the PTO's administrative law judges who are funded and managed by an administrative agency within the inherently political Executive Branch.
In general, a state's adjudicative jurisdiction is limited by the Constitution's due process clause.
But on adjudicative matters or matters that go into the decision of cases, only Justice De Castro has been authorized to appear and testify before the House panel and only in relation to three matters.
He said the structural separation of the investigative and adjudicative functions of the authority is considered an important revision of the Act, which should serve to ensure procedural fairness and enhance public confidence and trust in the organisation.
Hart's insights into the reasons favouring constitutional rules that empower a person or body to perform the acts of legislating and adjudicating, I reflect on how institutions can be designed to exercise legislative and adjudicative powers well, that is, with the necessary capacities to fulfil their constitutional roles (Part II).
In Canada, unlike some of our counterparts in the Commonwealth (UK), these administrative agencies and tribunals are considered to be a part of the executive branch, and there is a growing awareness that adjudicative tribunals in particular play a unique role in our constitutional structure.
One of the principal purposes of the APA was bestowing adjudicative powers upon administrative agencies similar to the traditional judicial process.
This meant the fact-finding probe took at least one year and eight months before the FIO submitted the complaint to the Preliminary Investigation and Administrative Adjudicative Bureau, another part of the Office of the Ombudsman.
model of adjudicative representation is that of a single attorney
The law's formal structure for the proof of adjudicative facts in judicial proceedings labels the mechanism for determining what to look for in seeking right answers principles of admissibility, and that is an apt term for the more general idea even outside of that narrow legal context.
Arbitration, by contrast, is a dispute resolution mechanism where the parties agree to participate in what is typically a binding process involving one or more arbitrators who, using adjudicative procedures, hold hearings and render an award.