A decision of a judge or the court?
It can be called several things depending on the circumstances of the court action being brought. It can be called a "verdict" - a "judgement" - a "ruling" - an "order" - a "finding" - etc. If that doesn't answer the question, you will have to re-submit the question with more specific wording.
The decision by a judge is called a ruling. In appellate or the supreme court it is called a holding.
The decision of a judge or court is called a ruling. Answer Its also referred to as a verdict.
The decision of a judge in court is known as the verdict. This is what will determine is a person is guilty or not and the type of penalty for the guilty ones.
The judge is the voice of the court; his judgment is the court's judgment.
A decision of a judge or court is usually called a ruling. In the case of a criminal trial the outcome of the trial is called a verdict.
Verdict (typically refers to a jury decision) or judgment (final decision of the court). The written explanation of the judgment or decision is called an opinion. Or, the judge may make a "ruling."
Verdict (typically refers to a jury decision) or judgment (final decision of the court).
decision by the judge
A court decree is a court decision made by a judge and made public. This is an official decision that no one can overturn.
If a trial is by jury, the jury will have the final decision in a court of law. If there is no trial by jury, the judge will have the final say.
the court has and opinion such as a jury but thr judge always can over ride any decision they came to
If custody has not yet been decided by the court the child can express his wishes but the judge is not required to follow them and the judge will make the final decision. If custody has not yet been decided by the court the child can express his wishes but the judge is not required to follow them and the judge will make the final decision. If custody has not yet been decided by the… Read More
a ruling, judgment or decision
a judge makes the final decision in a court of law.
Sometimes. An appellate court judge or panel can overturn a lower court judge's (or jury's) decision if there are legal grounds for doing so; they can also affirm, or uphold, the decision. In the federal court system, the US Court of Appeals Circuit Courts have jurisdiction over cases heard in US District Courts, and have authority to overturn a decision.
A binding decision is when you will have to follow the decision made by a 3rd party or a court(a judge). Arbitration is an example of binding decision
impeach the judge
At the request of the prosecutor and the decision of a judge.
No, they cannot be sued civilly because of such decisions.
When an appellate Judge overturns a lower Judge's ruling can the lower Judge once again overturn the decision?
The lower court cannot overturn the higher court's decision.
An Order is entered pursuant to a hearing or trial after which a judge has made a decision. The parties have a certain time period during which they can appeal the decision. You need to check for the procedure in your jurisdiction at the particular court. An Order is entered pursuant to a hearing or trial after which a judge has made a decision. The parties have a certain time period during which they can… Read More
No, but there is a strong tendency to give great consideration and weight to the other judge's ruling.
Decisions, though made by individual judges are always decisions of the court. That is why whether the decision is manifestly wrong ab initio, the judge is not sued for it but an appeal to a higher court is advised.
Depending on the context, it is usually a verdict, a ruling, or a holding.
Yes, they do. To bring a case into Judge Judy's court, you must sign a contract which is legal and binding.
No. It is not a parental decision. Emancipation is something that is done by a court and a Judge.
There was no one single judge. It was the Supreme Court who decided the case. The ruling was written by Justice Thurgood Marshall and assented to by a majority of the court, although the decision was not unanimous.
What if your daughter is 13 If you take her mom back to court to enforce visitation is it possible the judge will say it is her decision to visit or not?
Is the last "her" the mother? , the daughter? the judge? The daughter.
Maybe nothing. If a party to the decision appeals, the lower court could get overturned. Also, if in a subsequent case a party relies on the lower court decision, a court could choose not to follow it or a higher court could overturn it. If the supreme court makes a ruling, lower courts are obliged to follow it. Any judge who fails to do so can find his rulings overturned. Basically, that means the losing… Read More
No, he can not. Removal of a judge from the supreme court requires a majority in the Congress. I think it requires a two thirds majority. Need to check. The process is called impeachment.
In the US, anyone can be sued for anything. The question is not whether you can sue, but whether you can win. In the US, court decisions do not open the judge up for personal liability.
Criminal court proceedings are conducted in a courthouse where evidence for and against the defendant is presented. The jury will make a decision and the judge will pass the verdict.
A case is 'disposed of' when it reaches the stage when the judge renders his final decision
Yes...provided the Judge at the trial or hearing has NOT refused to allow an appeal. However..depending on the level of the Court..i.e..lower court and the rank of the Judge..you may well be able to have that ruling overturned by a superior or High Court.
No, you have to follow established court procedures. Once a decision has been made, you can file an appeal if you have a basis for doing so, but you really should engage the services of a good attorney first.
Overturned by the judge (e.g.: a "runaway" jury) or, reversed on appeal to a higher court. Overturned by the judge (e.g.: a "runaway" jury) or, reversed on appeal to a higher court.
Judges normally do give credit for time served before a conviction, but I wouldn't say that they HAVE to do that; the whole concept of being a judge is that they get to judge things, meaning, they get to make decisions. There are very few things that a judge has to do. They do what they see fit to do. Of course, if a judge makes a bad decision, it is possible that a higher… Read More
A law cannot prevent a judge's decsion as the judge is sworn to abide by the law in accordance with the facts that are presented to them in court. The judge, personally, may not care for the decision they are forced to render, but they must rule in accordance with the law as it is written, or risk having their decision overturned on appeal.
Normally the parties, not the court, files the judgment. There is no time requirement for the judge to RENDER a decision.
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That depends on the jurisdiction, but I doubt it. All parties should have been in court when the decision was rendered. If not, usually the prevailing attorney notifies the other parties.
Why not take some time off work and file a motion in family court so you schedule a hearing and can ask a judge to review your case. You can't make that kind of decision on your own. Why not take some time off work and file a motion in family court so you schedule a hearing and can ask a judge to review your case. You can't make that kind of decision on your… Read More
No. A judge may be willing to consider a child's request but doesn't have to honor it. The court will make that decision. The child cannot make their own choice until they reach eighteen years old. No. A judge may be willing to consider a child's request but doesn't have to honor it. The court will make that decision. The child cannot make their own choice until they reach eighteen years old. No. A judge… Read More
The judge may very well ask the child their preference. The judge still gets to make the decision.
There is no certain age that a child can choose where they live. The judge decides and the child would need to go back to court for the judge or magistrate to change the decision.
You go to the county clerk, file the papers to sue someone, pay a fee, and have them served court papers. A court date will be set once all forms are completed. You will go on the date for court and present your case to a judge. The other person gets to give their side and the judge will make a decision.
You will need to go to court with legal representation to present your case. The judge will make a binding decision.
An unfavorable interim settlement was handed down by judge in a divorce in France What can I do to get a better outcome?
You can appeal the decision in the court of jurisdiction in France.
Motion to quash is a lawyer asking a judge to disregard something. Usually it is a decision or ruling from another court.