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Definition of Judicial

Judicial
Judicial Ju*di"cial, a. [L. judicialis, fr. judicium judgment, fr. judex judge: cf. OF. judicial. See Judge.] 1. Pertaining or appropriate to courts of justice, or to a judge; practiced or conformed to in the administration of justice; sanctioned or ordered by a court; as, judicial power; judicial proceedings; a judicial sale. ``Judicial massacres.' --Macaulay. Not a moral but a judicial law, and so was abrogated. --Milton. 2. Fitted or apt for judging or deciding; as, a judicial mind. 3. Belonging to the judiciary, as distinguished from legislative, administrative, or executive. See Executive. 4. Judicious. [Obs.] --B. Jonson.

Meaning of Judicial from wikipedia

- The judiciary (also known as the judicial system, judicature, judicial branch, judiciative branch, and court or judiciary system) is the system of courts...
- Judicial review is a process under which executive, legislative and administrative actions are subject to review by the judiciary.: 79  A court with authority...
- Judicial reform is the complete or partial political reform of a country's judiciary. Judicial reform is often done as a part of wider reform of the country's...
- Judicial activism is a judicial philosophy holding that the courts can and should go beyond the applicable law to consider broader societal implications...
- A judicial officer is a person with the responsibilities and powers to facilitate, arbitrate, preside over, and make decisions and directions in regard...
- Judicial independence is the concept that the judiciary should be independent from the other branches of government. That is, courts should not be subject...
- Judicial restraint is a judicial interpretation that recommends favoring the status quo in judicial activities; it is the opposite of judicial activism...
- In the Roman Catholic Church, a judicial vicar or episcopal official (Latin: officialis) is an officer of the diocese who has ordinary power to judge cases...
- often compared to other judicial philosophies such as judicial activism, judicial originalism, and judicial textualism. Judicial minimalism takes its approach...
- by President Joe Biden as well as a partial list of Article I federal judicial appointments, excluding appointments to the District of Columbia judiciary...