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judiciary

1. the branch of the central authority in a state concerned with the administration of justice
2. the system of courts in a country
3. the judges collectively; bench
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At the request of manufacturers and designers, and in conjunction with the Audio Engineering Society, the 1394TA is currently developing 1394 deployment use-cases for recording live sound and commercial installations like the court system implementation.
Working with other groups, notably the business community, that are affected when the court system slows down because of under funding.
I've been following this bit about the court budget being cut and how the sky is apparently falling, and it occurred to me that only in government can they not figure out how to run a court system on $44 million.
The program, Decision support, Operations, Management Information, or DOMAIN, will help ease the logistical burdens imposed on the county by an overwhelming rise in cases handled by the court system.
To do that, the task force is seeking input on the court system from attorneys, jurors, litigants and defendants, and judges and court staff--including clerks of the court--so it can identify issues and trends from the various perspectives represented.
Bennett said the county's court system is the world's largest with about 600 judicial officers located in more than 60 different courts and the entertainment events they participate in are appropriate government activities.
Under the gridlocked court system from which they benefit, justice is the exception.
2 billion from the state budget and the court system, which had about 1.
If a City Attorney's Office representative approved the recommendation, the offender could choose to participate or go through the traditional court system.
Bailey said that the existing process for dealing with asbestos claims - through the court system -- primarily rewards lawyers and often rewards people who have suffered no injury but are worried that they may get sick some day.
It is unfortunate that Brent Redstone is abusing the court system in an attempt to extract a financial settlement in a family dispute.
According to preliminary plans from legislators, cuts would be made to the court system and related agencies, but less than those faced by agencies in the other branches of government.