- n. Plural form of adjudicator.
“His agency is also seeking to speed up the approval process by hiring additional adjudicators to evaluate applications and enabling petitioners to make their case before an expert panel should their application require further evidence or be denied.”
“When determining the legal effect of a conviction under immigration law, adjudicators claim to apply a uniform, federal standard that prohibits fact finding regarding the underlying circumstances that gave rise to the conviction.”
“This confusion has undermined the well-settled principle that immigration adjudicators lack the authority to determine the facts underlying a conviction when deportation depends on a conviction rather than conduct.”
“They are the final adjudicators in the 95% of cases that are not tried before a federal judge or jury.”
“An increase in the amount of rules and insistance upon the inviolate nature of those rules, actually impedes rather than facilitates the development of the very social skills needed to develop and run satisfying games~ for players and adjudicators alike.”
“Festival in Atlanta, approximately 2,500 young people from grade schools with their teachers and adjudicators were given constructive guidance, tips, suggestions and evaluations of JR. performances and JR. productions from 50 schools in 37 states.”
“Entries will initially be narrowed to a shortlist of up to 10 in each category ie, five in each age group by the Guardian arts desk and a panel of independent adjudicators.”
“The independent adjudicators would need knowledge of the law and journalism.”
“They were wading through a file dating back to 2008 because CPS kept bouncing it back with new comments as it keeps going before different adjudicators.”
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