judges' rules


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judges' rules

pl n
(Law) (in English law, formerly) a set of rules, not legally binding, governing the behaviour of police towards suspects, as in administering a caution to a person under arrest
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ALM said that, as of January 11, the newspaper carries: twice as many judicial decisions published in each issue; twice as many digests of unpublished opinions; and, an updated booklet of judges' rules and requirements.
Court home pages also feature an archive of decisions, the court's calendar, court and judges' rules, and judicial profiles.