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Synonyms for justiciary

the jurisdiction of a justiciar

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Although he lost that round of his battle, he was advised by Lord Carloway, in a judgement at the High Court of Justiciary, to pursue the matter through civil proceedings.
Yesterday, officials at the justiciary confirmed the appeal had been rejected on August 23.
The plan has appealed for paying attention to the scientific research that is related the defence means, securing the defence space, asserting contribution of the defense ministry in the establishment of the reconciliations in the tribal confilicts with the coordination of the justiciary organs, referring to the existence of 55 training programs for the armed forces within his plans.
The Islamic Republic News Agency / IRNA / quoted the head of Iranian judiciary Sadeq Emily Larijani told reporters after a meeting with the Chief of the Supreme Justiciary and Head of the Iraqi Federal Court Medhat al-Mahmoud that these agreements , which passed the stages of ratification in both countries , are very good and important, and the opportunity is now available to be applied.
El que es amigo de verdad es amigo de justiciary el que es amigo de justicia es amigo de la republica, y el que es amigo de la republica es de buena conciencia, y el que es amigo de buena concienca es de buena vida, y el que es de buena vida es de buena fama, y esto dezimos para que sepan todos que al hombre que es de buena vida y de buena fama no negamos que sus enemigos no le puedan cada hora ladrar; mas no les concederemos que le puedan jamas morder.
43) 90 per cent of employed suspects brought before the Justiciary Court for infanticide crimes committed in south-west Scotland between 1750 and 1815 were domestic servants.
The working group comprised of various stakeholders and actors form the juvenile justice system, including members from the Government, Police, Probation, prison, Justiciary and the civil society.
One of these stern half-dotard warriors used to sit at each side of the prisoners at the bar of the Court of Justiciary as guard; with his huge hat on his old battered head, and his drawn bayonet in his large gnarled hand.
Tried of William Burke and Helen M'Dougal, Before the High Court of Justiciary at Edinburgh, on Wednesday, December 24, 1828, for the Murder of Margery Campbell or Dougherty.
Under HRA Section 4(5), the only courts that can issue DOIs are the Law Lords, the Judicial Committee of the Privy Council, the Courts-Martial Appeal Court, the High Court of Justiciary sitting otherwise than as a trial court, or the Court of Session (in Scotland), and the High Court or the Court of Appeal (in England and Wales or Northern Ireland).
Anne-Marie Kilday's examination of violent women in lowland Scotland is based upon the records of the Justiciary Court, the country's highest criminal tribunal, between 1750 and 1815.
Marshall Ronald David Boyce Robert Graham and John Doyle Solicitor Calum Jones The Duke of Buccleuch arrives at the High Court of Justiciary, Edinburgh
The High Court of Justiciary (Proceedings in the Netherlands) (United Nations) Order 1998, supported by agreements of the governments of the United Kingdom and the Netherlands, provided the legal framework for the trial to take place in Holland.
He applied to the High Court of Justiciary to abandon his appeal.
Walls, 20, of Cambuskenneth, Glasgow, was banned from football for two years but has gone to the Justiciary Appeal Court in Edinburgh.