But highest profile does not mean most judicially meritorious.
We would not have Lawrence v. Texas and the threat of judicially imposed definitions of marriage.
And of what consequence was it whether those facts were averred or judicially noticed.
"But I think we'd better not let them into it," said Eunice, judicially.
"Ye've done been off ter college, son," began old Cyrus reflectively, as he bit on his pipe stem and judicially nodded his head.
"As you did not mean to kill it, that makes a difference," said Tua judicially.
“Good … not bad; very remarkable, anyhow,” said the Grand Duke judicially.
“It all depends on what you mean by that word,” I answered, speaking as judicially as I was able.
But before a new marriage could be contracted, Evers must be judicially pronounced to be dead.
"Of course father brought it on," returned Susan judicially.