Abjudication

Ab`ju`di`ca´tion


n.1.Rejection by judicial sentence.
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The fraternity men alleged that the judge is Jimenez's brother-in-law through the judge's wife Marilissa Jimenez-Ampuan, and thus is 'incapable of rendering fair and impartial abjudication of the instant case.'
This is part of a pattern that the Court has, in all of the War on Terror cases, of what I call "abjudication," where the Court has just been declining to hear any case, unless the government lost below, in which case they'll hear the case, and that's Holder v.