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.
Fitted or apt for judging or deciding; as, a judicial mind; judicial temperament.
Belonging to the judiciary, as distinguished from legislative, administrative, or executive. See Executive.
The function of judging cases that arise under the laws.
Belonging to or appropriate to the office of a judge; relates to the administration of justice.
Associated with a judgment, or the act of judging or administrating justice, such as in court. Also the name of a branch of government that administrates justice, such as Federal Judicial Branch. Compare to Adjudicate.
This is an adjective that refers to a judge, court or the court system, and can also mean "fair."
decreed by or proceeding from a court of justice; "a judicial decision"
belonging or appropriate to the office of a judge; "judicial robes"
relating to the administration of justice or the function of a judge; "judicial system"
expressing careful judgment; "discriminative censure"; "a biography ...appreciative and yet judicial in purpose"-Tyler Dennett
having to do with the courts
Conference of the United States â€“ The policy-making entity for the federal court system. A 27-judge body whose presiding officer is the Chief Justice of the United States.
Of or pertaining to courts of law or the administration of justice.
A project manager that exercises the use of sound judgment or is characterized by applying sound judgment to most areas of the project.
Belonging to the branch of government responsible for the administration of justice. [D02912] Webster
Relating to the system of laws and justice in a community.
The power to judge, to administer justice and interpret laws and ordinances.
i) Relating to the administration of justice or to the judgment of a Court ii) A judge or other officer empowered to act as a judge
A system of courts of law. The Judges of these courts.