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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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Bush'sLegacy on the Federal Bench: Policy in the Face of Diversity, 92 Judicature 289 (2009); Goldman, supra note 4; Sheldon Goldman, Bush's Judicial Legacy: The Final Imprint, 76 Judicature 282 (1993).
He was later Chief Justice of the New Hampshire Superior Court of Judicature and Governor of the state.
In an article in Judicature, Michael Cherry, a designer of biometric systems, and University of California, Davis, School of Law Professor Edward Imwinkelried contend that the global population is growing so quickly and so many fingerprints are inundating today's centralized digitized systems, that we may be reaching the point where different people possess the same fingerprint.
The third power - the judicature - has few Welsh characteristics.
Also in 1913, the American Judicature Society opened its doors.
Addressing the American Judicature Society in November, 2005, Associate U.
This `merit selection' process has been championed for decades by a national nonpartisan organization called the American Judicature Society (www.
Supreme Court of Judicature in England (OED judicature 1)
According to the American Judicature Society, Iowans have voted judges out of office four times in past retention elections.
Aiming to increase public understanding of and appreciation for the jury system, the American Judicature Society (MS) plans to open the new National Jury Center this year in Chicago.
The matter involves the basic principle of the separation of administration, legislation and judicature, the limit of administrative responsibility, as well as the basic idea of national governance.