Judicial (adjective)

  1. Relating to a judge or the administration of justice.
  2. Having the power to make decisions that are legally binding.

Origin:

Late 16th century: from latin iudicium "judgment, court of justice", from iudicare "to judge".

Examples:

  1. The judicial system of the country is based on the common law.
  2. The judicial branch of the government is responsible for interpreting the law.
  3. The judicial decision was final and could not be appealed.
  4. The judicial review of the case was impartial and thorough.
  5. The judicial process was lengthy and complex.
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