- v. present participle of adjudicate.
“The questions about Geithner’s role in adjudicating the subsequent bailouts aren’t going away, and neither is the angry public sense that the fix is still in.”
“But if you change the constitution, what role does the court have now in terms adjudicating whether or not that's constitutional?”
“In adjudicating matters of sexual assault in the manner described in the article, the schools are engaging in an educational process no less vital to the future of their charges than academic disciplines.”
“For example, after Ohio amended its constitution to ban same-sex marriages, courts in that state spent nearly three years adjudicating claims about whether domestic violence protections applied to non-married relationships.”
“For decades, the judges on television courtroom dramas and police procedurals were adjudicating enigmas.”
“That places the courts squarely in the business of adjudicating the validity of a church's claims about its own religious practice.”
“If the judge worked 5 days a week for 52 weeks, he or she would be responsible for adjudicating 10 cases a day.”
“For criminal justice, this implies a system capable of investigating and adjudicating criminal offences impartially and effectively, while ensuring that the rights of suspects and victims are protected.”
“A report commissioned by the EPA and issued in March criticized the agency's Office of Civil Rights for "not adequately adjudicating Title VI complaints" and for lacking "the rudiments of organizational infrastructure," such as established procedures, qualified staff or the ability to track cases.”
“In it, she essentially ordered them to scrap fundamental fairness in campus disciplinary procedures for adjudicating claims of sexual assault or harassment.”
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