triable

[trahy-uh-buhl]
subject or liable to judicial trial.

Origin:
1400–50; late Middle English < Anglo-French. See try, -able

untriable, adjective
untriableness, noun
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triable (ˈtraɪəbəl)
 
adj
1.  a.  liable to be tried judicially
 b.  subject to examination or determination by a court of law
2.  rare able to be tested
 
'triableness
 
n

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Example sentences
It's chargeable and triable that way, but a reasonable prosecutor could settle
  for less.
Actions which seek equitable relief are not triable to a jury.
When issues are or should have been made up during a term, such action shall be
  triable at that term.
It is well established that summary judgment should be granted when there is no
  doubt as to the absence of triable issues.
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