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circuit court

n.
A court that serves a particular jurisdiction or geographic area, especially in multiple locations; a certain court of general jurisdiction established by law.

cir′cuit court′


n.
1. a court holding sessions at various intervals in different sections of a judicial district.
2. (caps.) the court of general jurisdiction in a number of U.S. states.
[1700–10, Amer.]
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IN THE MATTER OF CIRCUIT COURT PROCEEDINGS ENTITLED Record No: 006392/2014 THE CIRCUIT COURT DUBLIN CIRCUIT COUNTY OF THE CITY OF DUBLIN Between: DIANA O'CALLAGHAN Plaintiff and DUBLIN BUS, JIMMY WARD AND THE MOTOR INSURERS' BUREAU OF IRELAND Defendants NOTICE OF PROCEEDINGS ADVERTISED PURSUANT TO ORDER OF THE COURT MADE 11TH February 2015 TAKE NOTICE that the above proceedings having issued at the Office of the Circuit Court, Aras Ui Dhalaigh, Inns Quay, Dublin 7 on the 11th day of September 2014 and seeking damages for personal injuries sustained by the Plaintiff in a road traffic accident which occurred on the 24th March 2013 at Plunkett Avenue, Finglas, Dublin 11.
The judges attending included, from left, first row: Circuit Judge Lucy Brown, NSU Law School Dean Athornia Steele, chapter president attorney Nicole Morris; from left, standing: founding chapter president/Assistant Public Defender Eunice Tall Baros, County Court and Veterans Court Judge Ted Booras, County Court Judge Frank Castor, Circuit Court Judge Jeff Colbath, Circuit Court Judge Amy Smith, and Circuit Court Judge Charles Burton.
Hot Spring County Circuit Court records are now available to the public online through the ACS Contexte system provided to the courts by the Administrative Office of the Courts.
In January of 2003, the circuit court entered an order discontinuing and striking the case from the docket.
A three-judge panel of the federal 9th Circuit Court of Appeals, on January 16, threw out the 22-year sentence of convicted "Millennium Bomber" Ahmed Ressam Ressam, an Algerian who trained with al-Qaeda, was caught in December 1999 by U.
This is especially so when an appellate practitioner challenges the decision of a circuit court sitting in its review capacity via common law certiorari, or so-called "second tier" review.
The Eighth Circuit Court of Appeals affirmed the Tax Court's decision that when a cooperative makes "value-added" payments to its members and allows them to defer the cash receipts, such payments do not constitute a deferral for tax purposes.
Circuit Court of Appeals ruling that found no constitutional right giving parents exclusive control over providing information about sex to their children.
circuit court of appeals will test the unsettled question of whether transgender employees are protected from workplace bias under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964.
The circuit court agreed with the lower court's conclusion that the conduct was not because he was a male but, rather, a result of the acrimonious end to their relationship.
Forest Hills Distributors, for instance, the First Circuit Court examined the facts surrounding Forest Hills' destruction of checks that would have proven Nation-Wide's priority rights to certain assets.
Circuit Court of Appeals upheld the display in Van Orden v.