1. Judiciable definition, judicable
2. Latin jūdici(um) judgment (see judge,-ium) + -able Forum discussions with the word(s) "Judiciable" in the title: No titles with the word(s) "Judiciable".
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5. PréJudiciable translation in French - English Reverso dictionary, see also 'préjudice',prévisible',praticable',préalable', examples, definition, conjugation
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7. My question is whether they may have normative value in certain situations and by that also become Judiciable
8. Judiciable judicial conference
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10. PréJudiciable translations: harmful
11. O The Court found that the issue was not Judiciable because impeachment is a political question
12. Define Judiciable Judges are able to interpret the laws and make sure they are constitutional
13. As a codified constitution sets out the duties, powers and functions of government institutions in terms of ‘higher law’ it is Judiciable
14. They dismiss cases that are much less arguably “political” as non-Judiciable all the time
15. As an Article III court, the Federal Circuit held that Momenta’s decision to no longer pursue its biosimilar product rendered its standing to appeal the PTAB’s decision moot as there was no Judiciable injury
16. When a number of states disenfranchise the voters of Texas in a federal election by illegal voting practices in those states, you bet the State of Texas has standing and a Judiciable controversy with those states, and, the United States Supreme Court has original jurisdiction over such controversies (Article 3, Section 2, Clause 1, USC)
17. The Warren court wrestled with the great question, then voted 6-2 to send the Baker case to district court in Nashville where it started, declaring that gerrymandering was in fact “Judiciable
18. Judiciable Because the constitution is a ‘higher law’, the judiciary can declare whether a law or action is constitutional or unconstitutional
19. L’exploitation est autoris é e aux deux conditions suivantes : (1) le dispositif ne doit pas produire de brouillage pr é Judiciable, et (2) ce dispositif doit accepter tout brouillage re ç u, y compris un brouillage susceptible de provoquer un fonctionnement ind é sirable.
20. In a controversy like this one, obviously the main conflict is political, but that’s not the same as a Judiciable matter for courts
21. Tennessee referred back to earlier cases in which courts had refused to rule on redistricting issues on the grounds that any component of the case that was Judiciable was inextricably linked to political issues
jōō-dish′al, adj. pertaining to a judge or court of justice: established by statute.— adv. Judic′ially .— Judicial Committee, an offshoot of the Privy Council, forming a court of appeal; Judicial factor, in Scotland, an administrator appointed by the courts to manage...
judicialize (third-person singular simple present judicializes, present participle judicializing, simple past and past participle judicialized) transitive - To convert or integrate into a judicial system; to bring under the remit of the law.
Judicial(adj) pertaining or appropriate to courts of justice, or to a judge; practiced or conformed to in the administration of justice; sanctioned or ordered by a court; as, judicial power; judicial proceedings; a judicial sale. Judicial(adj) fitted or apt for judging or deciding; as, a judicial mind.