personal judgement


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Noun1.personal judgement - a judgment rendered against an individual (or corporation) for the payment of money damages
judicial decision, judgment, judgement - (law) the determination by a court of competent jurisdiction on matters submitted to it
corp, corporation - a business firm whose articles of incorporation have been approved in some state
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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It stated: "Being drunk in charge of two children, under the age of 10, in a public place, demonstrates a lack of personal judgement, placing these children at risk of harm.
Works, Municipalities Affairs and Urban Planning Minister Essam Khalaf has the power to have the ban implemented nationwide depending on his own personal judgement and assessment.
It was a personal judgement call of the driver of the van.
He shows how the Bible's original reticence about an afterlife gave way to views about personal judgement and reward after death, the resurrection of the body, and even reincarnation.
But sometimes, an individual has to take responsibility to snuff something out and that's about personal judgement.
There is no process that can adequately weigh up the effect on birds' habitats against the impact on carbon emission - it all comes down to personal judgement.
The researchers then showed 169 police officers from the Spanish national and local police forces one of the stories each and had them give their personal judgement on the defendant's guilt.
Rob Wilkins says: "Whilst people in Wales agree strongly that using leftovers is a good way to save money, they also tend to use personal judgement rather than Use by dates.
Then make a personal judgement on the important matters of the day, in the quiet of your living room using your own internal voice and in doing so show our children that pride in oneself comes from dedicated work, hard won experience and devotion and service to a very worthy cause.
The former has an element of personal judgement, skill and, using the description from Association of British Bookmakers' chief executive Dirk Vennix, 'fun'.
POLITICS has been dominated in the last week or two by issues centring on personal judgement and ethics.
Also, it is for councillors to make a personal judgement about whether they should declare an interest.

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