nonjury

nonjury

(ˌnɒnˈdʒʊərɪ) law
n, pl -ries
(Law) a trial without a jury
adj
(Law) (of a trial, etc) having no jury
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Mr Fox was told he had to appear again at the district court for his nonjury trial in November.
The judge denied the request, deferring to the United States Marshals Service's policy of using full restraints on prisoners at every nonjury court appearance.
HB 1279 grants minors the right to demand a nonjury trial in hearings to determine if the minor is in need of treatment for mental illness or a drug or alcohol dependency.
At the commencement of a nonjury trial in this action by a provider to recover assigned first-party no-fault benefits from MVAIC, the parties stipulated that since the sole issue was whether plaintiff had exhausted its remedies, "if [MVAIC] can prove...
In a federal nonjury trial, the court must state its findings in writing if a party requests it.
One other point about the pleadings is that, on remand, the prevailing party cannot change its election between a jury trial or a nonjury trial; it is stuck with the election it made for the first trial.
In her practice, Bass has successfully represented high-profile corporate clients in jury and nonjury trials involving hundreds of millions of dollars in controversy.
Gillespie, who was arrested in the county on Tuesday, was remanded in custody by the nonjury court until tomorrow at midday.
Williams was speaking about the (http://www.independent.ie/entertainment/television/gangland-criminals-are-willing-to-shoot-at-anyone-who-gets-in-their-way-detective-chief-tells-paul-williams-on-tv3s-gangsters-at-war-34475341.html) recent spate of high-profile murders in Dublin related to feuding drugs gangs when he brought up Sinn FAaAaAeA@in's controversial proposal abolishing the Special Criminal Court, a nonjury court where the most serious crimes are heard.
After a nonjury trial, the trial court determined that just compensation for the parcels was $11.8 million.
His killer was convicted of first-degree murder in December in a nonjury trial that spared a possible death sentence.