dispositively

dispositively

(dɪsˈpɒzɪtɪvlɪ)
adv
obsolete in a dispositive manner
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Rather, it is more likely that essential attributes of judicial power involve judging--adjudicating and dispositively resolving disputes involving legal rights.
the FBI was that CALEA dispositively addressed the issue, absolving
dissenting) ("What is absent in the Government's justifications--notably absent, revealingly absent, and as far as I am concerned dispositively absent--is the recitation of even a single instance in which any of the speculated horribles actually occurred: an instance, that is, in which the cause of bribetaking, or of poor aim, or of unsympathetic law enforcement, or of compromise of classified information, was drug use.
As to Verizon's contention regarding a lack of alternatives, Miller said he doesn't think the company's application so far "has dispositively proved that there aren't other acceptable locations at this point.
The history and tradition of marriage between one man and one woman, while relevant, did not dispositively answer the contemporary question of whether same-sex marriage bans violate the Due Process Clause.
879, 887 ("The terms of an express agreement are surely not irrelevant to the fiduciary obligation analysis, but once a court concludes that a particular relationship has a fiduciary character, the parties' manifest intention does not control their obligations to each other as dispositively as it does under a contract analysis.
2020, 2030 (2011) (permitting a winning party to appeal a decision on qualified immunity in order to dispositively establish the boundaries of a doctrine that will "have a significant future effect").
Rather than dispositively reject the Danish proposal noted above as strikingly at odds with the relatively clear language of Article 74(1), instead "there were doubts as to whether [it] was fully-compatible with the Statute.
81) Accordingly, Justice Dickson thought that the Shook court's utilization of the federal due process analysis "should be seen as merely a convenient guide for cursory analysis and should not be read to dispositively hold that the federal and state analyses are identical.
Circuit Court of Appeals under federal constitutional guarantees would answer the question dispositively in that circuit, absent a contrary ruling from the U.
As Murphy Oil illustrates, recused judges can sway--if not dispositively decide--the very cases from which they have recused themselves under current recusal rules.