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Versed in jurisprudence.

[Late Latin iūrisprūdentia, jurisprudence; see jurisprudence + -al.]

ju′ris·pru·den′tial·ly adv.
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Adv.1.jurisprudentially - in respect to jurisprudence or the science or philosophy of law
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"To repeat, it is jurisprudentially settled that an information should only state the ultimate facts or those facts which the expected evidence will support," it added.
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Third and jurisprudentially, I show that our current constitutional practice does not recognize the Declaration as playing a unique role in constitutional interpretation.
To legal professionals, the sentence is attractive, comprehensible, flexible, and jurisprudentially defensible, once its complexities and nuances are understood.
As Professor Wayne McCormack explains, there are two different approaches, at least academically, as to how emergency scenarios ought to be considered jurisprudentially. (93) These two schools of thought regarding the allowance of variance to constitutional norms in emergency actions are labeled the "no" camp and the "maybe" camp.
Put jurisprudentially, the two elements of customary international law are State practice and opinio juris sive necessitates.
(34.) For the jurisprudentially inclined, the statement in the text might be understood as a reference to the sources of what H.
It is the LOA which is the jurisprudentially recognized document which gives the revenue officer/s named therein, the power to examine the books of account and other accounting records of a taxpayer (CTA Case 8655).
Law of the case is a jurisprudentially created procedural doctrine
The requirement for state action, which maintains section 7 as fundamentally about protecting negative rights, may be jurisprudentially and institutionally appropriate in the context of that provision.
Legitimate interpretation, of course, cannot be arbitrary, but must follow jurisprudentially accepted canons of statutory interpretation, common law reasoning, and precedential analysis.