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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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Given that there are special Welsh laws we need a special Welsh court system to deal with them.
The severe budget cutbacks imposed on the Florida court system have hamstrung a group created by the Supreme Court to recommend technological improvements for the court system, including on electronic filing and online access to court records.
Speaking at an international judicial forum, Tanzanian lawyer Felix Kibodya said the digital divide between the highly computerised banking system and Tanzania's poorly computerised court system was frustrating for bankers.
The process of unification has been statewide and at times painful, but turns out to be a good direction for the court system in California to head in,'' Parachini said.
In most cases, youths under age 18 who break the law enter a juvenile court system.
As a result, a critical objective of your study should be to maintain and enhance the court system to permit efficient and impartial resolution of tax disputes.
For more information about VersaCourt multi-game court systems and accessories, visit their website at www.
There have been several recent cases where viruses attached to e-mails went through the court system,'' Superior Court Judge Kenneth Chotiner said Thursday.
Court systems, homeless shelters and women's organizations sponsor HopeDigits.
State officials contend the efficiency and flexibility of the streamlined court systems save money.
VFA has previously assessed court systems for the states of New York and Virginia, as well as Fulton County in Georgia.