English words and Examples of Usage

use "adjudicate" in a sentence

In such courts, judges routinely adjudicate both matters of fact and law.4.132

In 1875 he was called in to adjudicate whether a man, who was under sentence of death for murder, was insane.

A Grand Final is held in Roebuck Castle, UCD in February each year with senior members of the Irish Judiciary invited to adjudicate.

After that Japan could ask the WTO to adjudicate on the matter.

We are not equipped to adjudicate these issues.
Sir Alan said newspapers would have 28 days to resolve a complaint before Ipso moved in to adjudicate.

“An independent judging panel will adjudicate all entries and decide on the finalists and winners in each category.”

A VAT Appeal Commission will adjudicate on tax matters and appeals will be possible to the Supreme Court on matters of law.

One important component of a welcoming investment climate is a judicial system that can adjudicate d

isputes or enforce contracts in a timely manner.

Both candidates say they failed to properly adjudicate cases of fraud, allowing hundreds of thousands of fake votes to be included in the final tally.

The king could adjudi

cate local disputes.

Where a court has concurrent or shared jurisdiction, more than one court can adjudicate the matter.

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