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inquisitorial

Law denoting criminal procedure in which one party is both prosecutor and judge, or in which the trial is held in secret
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The Inquisitorial vengeance had been hurried by my two-fold escape, and there was to be no more dallying with the King of Terrors.
Speaking after Carrie Gracie's decision to quit as China editor, rather than see male colleagues paid more, she added: "How fearful some of these grand inquisitorial types are - they don't want to rock the boat.
The Perils of Living the Good and True Law explores the diversity of religious practices and lived experiences among crypto-Jewish families caught up in waves of inquisitorial persecution in mid-seventeenth century Spanish America.
It is further submitted that the excuse set up for submissions of the revised concise statement is that the bench had observed that it was holding inquisitorial proceedings and, therefore, Imran Khan was entitled to depart from his pleadings.
The documents were later stored in the Inquisitorial Archives and, eventually became part of the Inquisition Collection in Mexico's National Archives.
No es este un libro que pretenda replantear el "estado de la cuestion" sobre la brujeria moderna, ni sus conflictos historicos, politicos o economicos, ni tampoco sobre la institucion inquisitorial, sino reflexionar a traves de la entidad del aquelarre en sus proyecciones americanas y sus consecuencias sobre la incidencia que tuvieron cronistas, clerigos, jueces y fiscales sobre la consideracion de los rituales de los grupos amerindios y afrodescendientes de la epoca.
Owen provides useful tips on performing the reference interview, such as how to prevent the process from seeming inquisitorial and still get the information needed to provide a comprehensive response.
The UAE uses the inquisitorial system, which is a legal system where the court or a part of the court is actively involved in investigating the facts of the case, as opposed to an adversarial system where the role of the court is primarily that of an impartial referee between the prosecution and the defence.
Sin duda, mucho se ha escrito sobre la censura inquisitorial y desde muy distintas perspectivas.
The book investigates the operation of public justice inside a Late Medieval city, highlighting the development of inquisitorial procedure and detailing the logic and process of the criminal trial, and the relationship between courts, procedures, and individuals.
The present volume provides little in the way of contextual background, barely mentions Galileo at all, and--organized at times more like an encyclopedia of inquisitorial officials than a narrative history--will likely serve researchers best when regularly consulted as a reference work.
The criminal justice system in Afghanistan is modeled on the Italian inquisitorial system of justice.