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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One famous story Coleman told was when two legal titans of Palm Beach County--Joe Farish and Bob Montgomery, both now deceased--were opposing counsel in Labarga's courtroom for a nonjury trial.
Circuit Judge Henry sets the nonjury trial on March 26 and notice is sent out to several recipients, including Carruth.
Prosecuting lawyer Sean Guerin reminded the nonjury court that gunman Barry Doyle had moved to Limerick just a couple of months before the killing.
The DOAH conducts evidentiary proceedings, much like nonjury trials, involving disputed issues of fact for state agencies acting in their regulatory capacities, challenges to agency rules, the appropriate educational programs for exceptional students in Florida's schools, termination of employment by Florida's school boards of instructional and non-instructional personnel, the continued involuntary placement of patients in Florida's mental health facilities, and the bid protests of intended contractual awards by state agencies.
The assets were fought over in more than 30 days of court testimony at a nonjury trial that ended last month, with Lehman demanding $11 billion or more of Barclays' allegedly undisclosed gains on the purchase.
16) Leighton Bledsoe, Jury or Nonjury Trial--A Defense Viewpoint, 5 AM.
Larson, who presided at Ayala's nonjury trial, found him guilty on 13 charges, including three counts of first degree sodomy; two counts each of first-degree sexual abuse, kidnapping and menacing; unlawful sexual penetration; assault, resisting arrest and interfering with police.
By comparison, judges favor plaintiffs in 6 out of 10 nonjury trials.
Both sides have agreed to bypass an April 13 hearing on a preliminary injunction and proceed directly to a full nonjury trial in May, at which time a judge will decide whether to block or allow the deal.
Recall Scott's concern that acknowledging the contractarian basis of the law of trusts might undercut the traditional preference for nonjury trial of trust litigation, since jury trial is the default norm for ordinary contracts.