processual

processual

(prəˈsɛʃjʊəl)
adj
1. relating to a process
2. (Sociology) relating to a scientific approach to social science methodology
3. (Archaeology) denoting an approach to archaeology that includes the study of cultural change and variability
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A justificativa de uma tutela preventiva inibitoria de oficio pauta-se tanto na busca pela economia processual, quanto aos efeitos reflexos que serao gerados para as outras demandas em tramitacao no Poder Judiciario trabalhista.
Anthropologists contribute to processual archaeology, also called alternative pathways to complexity, which finds other reasons in addition to the environmental conditions for the rise of centralization, power, and exploitation in human societies.
It is stated that officers of Prosecutor's Office and Police Department reviewed the scene and dead body, took material evidences related to the case and conducted other necessary processual activities based on the information for August 29, received by district prosecutor's office regarding the death of Tartar district resident Elmir Huseynli, born in 1994 due to injuries he got as a result of explosion of hand grenade which he obtained from unknown sources.
Porem, se de um lado esse grande manancial de informacoes pode servir a uma mais exata formacao da verdade processual, por outro lado tambem e maior o risco de que as eventuais distorcoes da realidade, nesse tipo de prova, nao sejam percebidas pelo magistrado, pelas partes ou pela sociedade, transformando-os em destinatarios passivos de dados incompreensiveis, cuja idoneidade para a reconstrucao dos fatos nem sempre pode ser concretamente aferida.