Parsing the politics of what the court decides is tricky, with political victory not necessarily accompanying a judicial win.
Prosecutors are treated as judicial officers, beyond the reach of executive edict.
Striking it down altogether would paradoxically be a gift of judicial modesty by avoiding the legal invention of a new law.
Lawyers and political activists have questioned the independence of Egyptian courts and called for judicial reform.
Republicans approved only 79 percent of Bill Clinton's judicial nominees.
Mrs. Raymore elicited a liking, but a rather timid and distant one; she seemed very clear-sighted and judicial.
Under "judicial" there are two subdivisions, civil and criminal.
Internment in a city of refuge was a sober and judicial proceeding.
He resigned his judicial office in 1574, and died in 1579 at Edinburgh.
Another writ of habeas corpus took me out of jail, and I at last turned my back on the Tombs—a lunatic by judicial decree.