court-ordered


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Adj.1.court-ordered - ordered by a court of law
legal - established by or founded upon law or official or accepted rules
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Lynn, who was also licensed to practice law in Pennsylvania, was disbarred in that state, and charged with at least 22 counts of misconduct, including: numerous overdrafts of her trust account; failure to adequately and promptly communicate with clients or even do the work; failure to provide an accounting for money received for services; failure to refund unearned fees; failure to notify clients that she had stopped practicing law and had relocated; and failure to participate in status conferences and other court-ordered hearings.
16434), Leah Platt Boustan analyzes changes in housing prices in neighborhoods on either side of the borders of city school districts that were subject to court-ordered school desegregation in the 1970s.
Whereas parents privately contracted with masters for craft apprenticeships, which required that youths be given an education and taught a trade, poor children under court-ordered apprenticeships did not necessarily get an education and could be assigned to such "trades" as housewifery, which might qualify poor girls to become house servants.
Roughly half of AOT recipients interviewed reported feeling angry at being court-ordered into treatment, although 62% of them stated that being court-ordered into treatment had been good for them.
The prisoner alleged breach of judiciary duty and violations of state regulations regarding prison trust accounts, in connection with deductions taken from deposits made to the prisoner's trust accounts in order to pay court-ordered restitution.