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JUD

abbreviation for
(Law) Doctor of Canon and Civil Law
[Latin Juris Utriusque Doctor]

Jud.

1. Judges.
2. Judith (Apocrypha).

jud.

1. judge.
2. judgment.
3. judicial.
4. judiciary.
References in classic literature ?
Surely her words and looks are not to be interpreted against her, when she is not sufficiently mistress of herself to exert her natural jud gment -- when she shows the unreason able petulance of a child on a question which is not of the slightest importance.
Malik Zafar Iqbal, secretary of Al-Infal Trust (subsidiary of JuD), challenged the cases against 65 leaders and members of the organisation.
The petition was submitted by a JuD affiliate, Malik Zafar Iqbal.
The petitioner maintained that Saeed and other JuD leaders were illegally booked and detained over a resolution of the United Nations.
The JuD chief was charged with gathering funds for banned outfits.
Pakistan: Hafiz Saeed, 12 other JuD leaders booked for terror financing
Hafiz Saeed, Naib Ameer Abdul Rehman Makki and 13 other leaders of the defunct JuD were booked in nearly two dozen cases for terror financing and money laundering under the Anti-Terrorism Act, 1997 on July 03.
Earlier this month, Punjab's CTD, in a major crackdown against terror financing, registered 23 cases against the JuD chief and 12 aides for using five trusts to 'funnel funds to terror suspects'.
The JuD leader's arrest came days after he delivered a speech in Gujranwala criticising the government's ongoing crackdown against banned outfits in Pakistan.
He had also previously spoken against the operation and was also encouraging people to donate to JuD's banned charity wing, Falah-i-Insaniat Foundation (FiF).
On Tuesday, Pakistan's National Counter Terrorism Authority (NACTA) added the JuD and the Falah-e-Insaniat Foundation (FIF) to its list of banned organizations.
(7.) See generally Alaska Jud. Council, Minutes (May 18-19, 1959).