prejudication

prejudication

(ˌpriːdʒuːdɪˈkeɪʃən)
n
1. the act of judging beforehand
2. a prejudgment
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The Court once again rejected defenses request to change Roman Sushchenkosprecautionary measure for non-custodial, which proves a continued pressure and prejudication of Russian judicial organs.
This is an ineluctable and inevitable insularity that the law, virtually uniquely, frequently disrespects, usually because of law's a priori schemas and a habitual element of prejudication based on a conservative adverse reaction to charges of immorality in general.