Translation of judiciary in Spanish:

judiciary

judicatura, n.

Pronunciation /dʒuˈdɪʃəri//dʒʊˈdɪʃ(ə)ri//dʒuˈdɪʃiˌɛri/

noun

Law

  • 1

    (judges)
    judicatura feminine
    • The previously existing institutions, save for the judiciary, were disbanded.
    • The costs grid has been the subject of comment among the bar and the judiciary.
    • We tamper with the independence of the judiciary at the peril of our cherished freedoms.
    • With unprecedented frankness, they speak of the government's contempt for the judiciary.
    • Why did the public part of the event not include responses from the judiciary?
    • This can give rise to substantial queries over the independence and impartiality of the judiciary.
    • The convention of ministerial responsibility is not enforced by the judiciary.
    • The consideration of public interest has caused some problems for the judiciary.
    • In some jurisdictions, the judiciary are provided with the resources to run the courts.
    • It is a role which, as a result of their accumulated experience, the judiciary is well qualified to perform.
    • He is undermining the credibility and independence of the judiciary, and for what?
    • The job of the judiciary is to interpret the law, but this was no mere interpretation.
    • We will never have successful police reform as long as the judiciary is and is perceived to be corrupt.
    • In my view, the judiciary has no right to expect that it should escape scrutiny or comment.
    • Such choices are made by the judiciary at the point where the law stops.
    • Owing to high court costs, many people cannot afford to turn to the judiciary to vindicate their rights.
    • That will raise legitimate concerns about the independence of the judiciary.
    • The submission also urged ministers to ditch plans by which they would no longer be accountable to the judiciary.
    • In this and other respects, much depends on the response of the national judiciary.
    • Yet geography and professionalization of the judiciary have affected the status of the judges.
  • 2

    (arm of government)
    poder judicial masculine
  • 3

    (legal system)
    sistema jurídico masculine