Another human-rights lawyer told The Daily Beast that Iranian intelligence agents exert strong influence on the judiciary.
You wrote on your Facebook page that you plan to file a complaint with the Iranian judiciary.
I believe the judiciary is impartial and independent, and has been for a long time.
She intends to file a complaint with the Iranian judiciary against the Iranian television station who broadcast the false claims.
We had to clean the judiciary, or else, how could we take our nascent democracy forward.
They certainly contrived to do this before the act establishing this judiciary passed.
It was referred to the judiciary Committee, but met with general disfavor.
The report of the judiciary committee was not acted upon, and thus the Senate avoided a categorical decision.
Separation of public authorities into legislative, executive and judiciary.
Forcible resistance, if the Republican assault on the judiciary succeeded, had twice been intimated during the debate.
"relating to courts," early 15c., from Latin iudiciarius "of or belonging to a court of justice," from iudicium "judgment," from iudicem (see judge (v.)). The noun meaning "a body of judges, judges collectively" is from 1802 (judicature was used in this sense from 1590s).