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Adjudicated

A legal term used by a juvenile court which has entered an order declaring that a child is neglected, abused, or dependent; a minor requiring authoritative intervention; a delinquent minor; or an addicted minor.
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At Ars-en-Re, the figures are even higher, as the Jp adjudicated 99 of 111 cases on the spot in 1791 and 58 of 64 cases on the spot in 1792.
Formal reports containing brief and generic descriptions of adjudicated misconduct can provide valuable guidance to employees and favorably impact the informal code of conduct in the organization.
As reported by the Company in its March 2013 Quarterly Activities Report, the average reimbursement received in respect of claims that were adjudicated as in-network , was more than 25% higher than the amounts received in respect of claims that were adjudicated as out of network , with the time taken to collect the funds also being materially shorter.
22 order by Commission President Edith Perez said the inspector general had full access to Los Angeles Police Department records for personnel complaint cases only after they are adjudicated.
Cases originating in a particular zone are prosecuted by the assigned assistants and adjudicated in courts in the zone,(4) although the assistants remain based in the district attorney's office.
Under the agreement, BREVAGen patients covered by insurers that are part of the TRP Network will have their claims adjudicated as in network , expediting the claim processing at an agreed discount.
Students compete in the performance of compositions by Bela Bartok and an additional composition published after 1900, in the Ensemble Auditions, student instrumentalists (band, orchestral, piano and electronic instruments) and vocalists are adjudicated on their performance of one ensemble composition.
As part of the project, New York City Ballet professionals adjudicated her students annually; Klinger credited her contact with George Balanchine as the inspiration to start her own ballet school.
California law does not recognize gay marriages, but state appellate courts have adjudicated gay and lesbian palimony cases.
Crowded court calendars often mean that juvenile cases never get adjudicated.
More than 2,300 sites from 35 countries were adjudicated during this year's WebAward competition.
During the March recital auditions, more than 1,500 students were adjudicated during a three weekend period.