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jurisprudence

 [jo̳r″is-proo´dens]
the science of the law.
medical jurisprudence the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine; see also forensic medicine.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dens),
The science of law, its principles and concepts.
[L. juris prudentia, knowledge of law]

jurisprudence

/jur·is·pru·dence/ (jldbomacr″is-proo´dens) the science of the law.
medical jurisprudence  the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine.

jurisprudence

[jo̅o̅′rispro̅o̅′dəns]
Etymology: L, jus, law, prudentia, knowledge
the science and philosophy of law. Medical jurisprudence relates to the interfacing of medicine with criminal and civil law.

jurisprudence

The science of law. Medical jurisprudence is another term for FORENSIC MEDICINE.

jur·is·pru·dence

(jūr'is-prū'dĕns)
Legal principles and concepts.

jurisprudence

(jŏŏr´isproo´dəns),
n the philosophy of law.
jurisprudence, dental (forensic dentistry),
n 1. the science that teaches the application of every branch of dental knowledge to the purposes of the law; this also includes the elucidation of doubtful legal questions.
n 2. the state laws and codes covering the legal limitations of the practice of the profession of dentistry.
n the science that applies the principles and practice of the different branches of medicine in the elucidation of doubtful questions in a court of justice. Also called
forensic medicine.

jurisprudence

the science of the law.

medical jurisprudence
the science of the law as applied to the practice of medicine.
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4) David B Wexler, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Its Application to Criminal Justice Research and Development" (2010) 7 Irish Probation J 94 at 95 [Wexler, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence"].
10) Warren Brookbanks argues that it is useful for us to conceive therapeutic jurisprudence as a "separate element" in the broader comprehensive law movement: Warren Brookbanks, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence: Implications for Judging" (2003) NZLJ 463 at 464.
11) Scott Senjo & Leslie A Leip, "Testing Therapeutic Jurisprudence Theory: An Empirical Assessment of the Drug Court Process" online: (2001) 3:1 Western Criminology Rev <http://wcr.
13) David B Wexler, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Changing Conceptions of Legal Scholarship" in Wexler & Winick, Therapeutic Key, supra note 3, 597 at 601; David B Wexler & Bruce J Winick, "Patients, Professionals, and the Path of Therapeutic Jurisprudence: A Response to Petrila" in Wexler & Winick, Therapeutic Key, ibid, 707 at 708; Winick, supra note 1 at 206; Astrid Birgden & Tony Ward, "Pragmatic Psychology Through a Therapeutic Jurisprudence Lens: Psycholegal Soft Spots in the Criminal Justice System" (2003) 9:3-4 Psychol Pub Pol'y & L 334 at 343.
16) Nigel Stobbs, "The Nature of Juristic Paradigms: Exploring the Theoretical and Conceptual Relationship Between Adversarialism and Therapeutic Jurisprudence" (2011) 4:1 Washington University Jurisprudence Rev 97 at 99.
17) See Hon Michael D Jones (Ret), "Mainstreaming Therapeutic Jurisprudence into the Traditional Courts: Suggestions forjudges and Practitioners" (2012) 5:4 Phoenix L Rev 753.
18) The Honorable Peggy Fulton Hora, The Honorable William G Schma & John TA Rosenthal, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and the Drug Treatment Court Movement: Revolutionizing the Criminal Justice System's Response to Drug Abuse" (1999) 74:2 Notre Dame L Rev 439 at 440-41.
22) Bruce J Winick & David B Wexler, "Drug Treatment Court: Therapeutic Jurisprudence Applied" (2002) 18:3 Touro L Rev 479 at 484.
26) Bruce J Winick, "Therapeutic Jurisprudence and Problem Solving Courts" (2003) 30:3 Fordham Urb LJ 1055 at 1066 [Winick, "Therapeutic"].