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court of law

a duly instituted organ of the government that administers justice, whether on the basis of legislation, previous court decisions, or other authoritative services.
a court administering the rules developed by such organs as distinguished from the rules and principles developed and administered in courts of equity.
Also called law court. Unabridged
Based on the Random House Dictionary, © Random House, Inc. 2015.
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  • The question of blame belongs in a court of law, not in a doctor's office.
  • The same way a court of law cannot prevent criminals from committing crimes but can determine if a crime has been committed.
  • Granted, tapes of suspicious conversations are not necessarily enough to convict someone in a court of law.
  • The ruling has been expected, there was no way the charges of political bias could have been proved in the court of law.
  • These shared norms must also become the basis for a new, worldwide court of law.
  • Look at the two faces with a strong magnifier, and you could identify their owners, if you met them in a court of law.
  • When you take this to a court of law you will find out exactly what restraints could be put upon him.
  • Whether the charges against the accused will stand in a court of law remains to be seen.
  • Appears against accused in court of law and presents before judge or other judiciary and jury.
  • The admissibility of digital video images into a court of law may hinge on the image integrity of the digital recording.

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