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judicial

(joo-dish′ăl) [L. judicalis, pert. to law courts, judicial]
Pert. to a judgement at law, or to the administration of law or of justice, or to the judiciary or judges.
judicially (′ă-lē)
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When asked by Oaminal for the reason of the budget cut, DBM Director Amanella Arevalo, who handles the Judiciary's budget, said that the agency took out the 'Congressional initiative' and the recurring items in the Judiciary budget.
According to Chief Registrar of the Judiciary Anne Amadi, with 674 judicial officers, on average each officer has 821 cases to deal with annually, if the matters were to be shared equally among the officers.
Much as we in the judiciary want to do that, the parliament should make new laws and amend old ones,' he said.
He said provision of swift justice to the masses was the foremost duty of the judiciary. He said speedy disposal of cases would help increase the trust of masses in judiciary.
He said that provision of speedy justice was foremost responsibility of the judiciary. Speedy justice is the result of the joint strategy, adopted by the bar and the bench, he added.
According to the document laid in the House by Majority Leader Aden Duale, the Judiciary is seeking to purchase 80 Mercedes Benz E200 cars for Sh883 million.
The chief judge also criticized DLS' recommendation that the General Assembly accept only two of seven additional judgeships requested by the Judiciary. The two new judges approved by DLS would serve in district court in Baltimore County.
According to the Judiciary, the course at RVCC in Branchburg will provide prospective employees education regarding municipal court procedures including case management and case processing, and an overview of the policies of the Judiciary.
'The Judicial Appointments Commission Act 2009 (Act 695), in short, places the nation's judiciary in a conundrum by vesting absolute powers in the Prime Minister to appoint and remove members of the said commission,' he said in a statement.
Fawad stressed the need to revamp lower judiciary such as the civil and the district courts.
President of the Board of Grievances and the Head of Administrative Judiciary Council Sheikh Dr.
'The judiciary and Chief Justice are being threatened explicitly; the attitude of threatening the judiciary is not good', he observed.