juridical juridical


  1. (adj) of or relating to the law or jurisprudence
  2. (adj) relating to the administration of justice or the function of a judge



  1. Still, victims' lawsuits frequently cite the Holy See, the Vatican-based juridical headquarters of the 1.
  2. After all, Joan was a political science major, an honor student who was deeply interested in juridical philosophyparticularly as expounded by Justice Douglas.
  3. Its decision on the Communist case was juridical and directed against abusing the use of the Senate as a High Court.



  1. "One can understand his good intentions but it seems to me he did not take into consideration either them (the Muslims), the English juridical system, or the reality of Sharia," said Tauran, president of the Vatican's Pontifical Council for...
    on Mar 11, 2008 By: Jean-Louis Tauran Source: Reuters South Africa

  2. The declaration states that the nations in ALBA "reject the destabilisation plans that aim to attack the peace and unity of Bolivia . It stated ALBA nations would not recognise any juridical figure that aims to break away from the Bolivian national...
    on Apr 27, 2008 By: Evo Morales Source: Axis of Logic

  3. Marty said both organizations must respect "minimal norms of procedure and juridical safeguards" before imposing restrictions.
    on Nov 11, 2007 By: Dick Marty Source: Reuters Canada

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