- n. Plural form of jurisdiction.
“Planning between the jurisdictions is a must, he said.”
“With regard to eminent domain, a serious problem is growing across the country in jurisdictions both large and small.”
“The aforementioned points reflect a disturbing but common trait among provincial, state and federal "environmental" agencies in jurisdictions throughout North America - specifically, an obsessive predilection that drives wildlife managers to reflexively default to the oxymoronic tactic of conservation-by-killing.”
“The narcos strategy is to kill officers in jurisdictions where the police administrative leadership is strong and to try to force a "calling off of the dogs" by chiefs committed to Calderon's war on drug cartels.”
“Chris Zimmerman (D), an Arlington County Board member, said a lot of transit planning between jurisdictions is ongoing.”
“Once early voting begins, in jurisdictions where there is early voting: there is a logic-branch in the instrument: registered voters are asked if they have already [ "voted," if precinct based] [ "returned a ballot," if vote by mail].”
“Simply look at the way it is done in jurisdictions that permit it.”
“How would it be an affront to Federalism if Federal law protected travellers who are unavoidably detained in jurisdictions where their firearms are illegal, but legal in their home and destination jurisdictions?”
“But this proposal, like others in other jurisdictions, is ridiculously and unconstitutionally overbroad, as I noted shortly after this bill first passed a House committee.”
“Segregated restaurants were the norm even in jurisdictions where they were not required by law.”
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