Definition of adjudication
1 : the act or process of adjudicating a dispute The case is under adjudication.
2a : a judicial decision or sentenceb : a decree in bankruptcy
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Her adjudication hearing is scheduled for July 20, police said.
As part of a plea agreement, Jimmy Lee Rogers, 56, was sentenced Monday to four years’ probation with deferred adjudication in the death of 89-year-old Joe Pace, who died in August 2015.
The first adjudications for short-term rental violations are scheduled for June 21, Munster said.
Among his areas of expertise are criminal adjudication and federal criminal law.
The university will now control the organizational misconduct and adjudication process for fraternities and sororities.
His adjudication court hearing is June 15, police said.
There's also the Media Bureau — which does such things as conduct rulemaking proceedings and comprehensive economic and legal studies while resolving petitions, declaratory rulings and adjudications related to electronic media services.
Future violations can be cited and can go into administrative adjudication.
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