justice court


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justice court

n
(Law) an inferior court presided over by a justice of the peace
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The history says that from the justice court they carried Sancho to a sumptuous palace, where in a spacious chamber there was a table laid out with royal magnificence.
The mortgage system, inheritance, and registration did not pass outside of their own sphere of action and only required three additional clerks in the justice courts and three in the royal courts.
Governor Kate Brown announced that she is accepting applications for a judicial vacancy on the Morrow County Justice Court created by the planned retirement of Judge Annetta Spicer.
Campbell has been charged with two counts of second-degree murder and is awaiting arraignment at East Hampton Town Justice Court on Friday.
The leaders, among them county assembly Majority leader Mohamed Gabow, Kenya Livestock Marketing Council chair Dubat Amey and Garissa county peace secretary Hassan Osman, said separately on Monday that the case at the International Criminal Justice court should be withdrawn to pave the way for negotiations.
He entered his plea in North Mesa Justice Court before Justice of the Peace Cecil Ash, a former Republican legislator.
Later, the AJK HC chief justice visited chief justice court and historical building of the high court.
It has failed to meet its army recruitment target and was fined thousands for bungling a Ministry of Justice court interpreter contract.
He further added that anyone could be involved in his father's murder maybe a family member or an outsider, police should arrest the murderer and bring him into justice court.
There is no which the passed can Mr Justice Court Gabriel, of Dunstall Road, Wythenshawe, was handed 16 years behind bars and Ryder, of Hassall Avenue, Withington, received 17 years.
In July 2017 a cohort of 79 Cardiff and Vale University Health Board employees lost a battle at Cardiff's Civil Justice Court over 2,057 unpaid parking charge notices (PCNs) at the University Hospital of Wales (UHW).
The house of Nima Youshij, a deceased poet, was removed from the National Heritage List on order of the Administrative Justice Court after lingering debates over its status.

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