- plural noun English Law rules regarding the admissibility of an accused's statements as evidence.
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Judges' Rules — plural noun Formerly, in English law, a system of rules governing the behaviour of the police towards suspects, eg the cautioning of a person about to be charged • • • Main Entry: ↑judge … Useful english dictionary
judges' rules — in English criminal law a code of behaviour issued for the guidance of the police in the investigation phase, now replaced by a legal regime by the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984. See right to silence. Collins dictionary of law. W. J.… … Law dictionary
Judges' Rules — The Judges Rules were first issued in 1912 by the judges of the King s Bench to give English police forces guidance on the procedures that they should follow in detaining and questioning suspects. The Home Secretary had requested the judges to… … Wikipedia
Judges Guild — is a small game publisher in the business of creating and selling role playing game supplements, periodicals and related material, most notable as one of the leading publishers in the late 1970s and early 1980s of Dungeons Dragons related… … Wikipedia
rules of court — A set of procedural rules adopted by local, state, or federal courts that instruct parties and attorneys what the court s mandatory procedures are about things like the time allowed to file papers, format of documents, filing procedures and fees … Law dictionary
Rules of snooker — Snooker table, drawn to scale Snooker is a cue sport that is played on a baize covered table with pockets in each of the four corners and in the middle of each of the long side cushions. It is played using a cue and snooker balls: one white … Wikipedia
Judges — Officials in a tournament responsible for upholding the spirit and the rules determined by the sponsor. Charnay and King Renй both refer to the judges as diseurs … Medieval glossary
BET DIN AND JUDGES — (Heb. בֵּית דִּין; lit. house of judgment ). Bet din (pl. battei din) is the term, in rabbinic sources, for a Jewish court of law. In modern times it usually refers to an ecclesiastical court dealing with religious matters such as divorce, and… … Encyclopedia of Judaism
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Provincial Judges Reference — ! bgcolor= 6699FF | Case opinions |The Provincial Judges Reference [the three formal titles of the decision are Manitoba Provincial Judges Assn. v. Manitoba (Minister of Justice) from the Manitoba appeal, R. v. Campbell; R. v. Ekmecic; R. v.… … Wikipedia