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By William C. Burton

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ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (Dispensation of law), noun basic legal mechanism, criminal justice system, dispensation of fairness, dispensing of justice, doling out the law, ensuring propriety, equitableness, guaranty of equity, implementation of law, reasonableness, rectitude, righteousness, rightfulness, sitting in judgment, uprighteousness, uprightness ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: appellate courts, county court, federal courts, justice courts, local courts, state courts ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (Tribunal), noun bar, bench, court system, forum, judicature, judicial forum, judicial tribunal, law court, tribunal ADMINISTRATIVE, adjective directorial, guiding, managerial, managing, ministerial, regulative, superintending, supervising, supervisory ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: administrative act, administrative action, administrative agency, administrative board, administrative body, administrative capacity, administrative discretion, administrative function, administrative hearings, administrative judges, administrative law, administrative procedures, administrative proceeding, administrative process, administrative regulations, administrative remedy, administrative rulings ADMINISTRATOR, noun administrative head, chief executive, curator, custodian, director, executive, guardian, head of affairs, intendant, leader, legal representative, manager, officer of the court, overseer, personal representative, supervisor, supervisor of an estate, trustee ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: administrator cum testamento annexo, administrator de bonis non, administrator de bonis non cum testamento annexo, administrator executor, administrator general, administrator pendente lite, administrator’s bond, administratrix, administratrix general, ancillary administrator, executrix administrator ad prosequendum, legal representative, supervisor of an estate ADMIRATION, noun acclaim, adoration, affection, affinity, appreciation, approbation, approval, attention, awe, commendation, credit, deference, devotion, esteem, estimation, favor, fondness, homage, honor, idolization, lionize, partiality, profound, regard, repute, respect, revere, reverence, tribute, veneration, worship, worth ADMISSIBILITY, noun acceptability, adequateness, allowableness, applicability, appositeness, appropriateness, aptness, eligibility, fitness, justifiability, legality, legitimacy, permissibility, presentability, propriety, reasonability, sanctionability, sanctionableness, sufficiency, suitability, tolerability, unexceptionability, unobjectionability, warrantability, warrantableness ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: affirmative evidence, confessions, decedent’s statements, extrajudicial statements, hearsay, objections, secondary evidence ADMISSIBLE, adjective a` propos, acceptable, aequus, allowable, allowed, applicable, appropriate, authorized, eligi- 17 ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE ble, justifiable, legal, legitimate, licensed, passable, permissible, permitted, presentable, proper, qualified, sanctionable, sanctioned, suitable, tolerable, unexceptionable, unforbidden, unobjectionable, unprohibited, warrantable, warranted ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: admissions of party-opponent, confessions, declarations against interest, limited admissibility, McNabb-Mallory rule, Miranda rule, nolo contendere, offer of proof, probative value, requests for admissions, secondary evidence ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE, noun acceptable evidence, creditable evidence, legal evidence, permissible evidence ADMISSION (Disclosure), noun acknowledgment, assertion, attestation, avowal, communication, concessio, concession, confession, declaration, divulgence, enlightenment, exposure, expression, profession, revealment, revelation, statement, testimonial averment, testimony, unmasking, unveiling, voluntary acknowledgment ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: acknowledged adversary’s claim, admission against interest, admission against pecuniary interest, admission as an exemption to the hearsay rule, admission by conduct, admission by flight, admission implied from silence, admission in a pleading, admission in an answer from a failure to deny, admission of a debt, admission of a fact, admission of a party, admission of guilt, admission of liability, admission to a crime, admission to bail, admissions by a representative, declaration against interest, direct admissions, expression admissions, extrajudicial admissions, implied admission, incidental admissions, inconsistent statement, judicial admissions, oral admissions, plenary admissions, written admissions FOREIGN PHRASES: Qui non negat fatetur.

AFFINITY (Regard), noun affection, attachment, attraction, closeness, concern, devotion, fondness, friendliness, friendship, good will, inclination, liking, love, natural liking, partiality, predilection, proclivity, propensity, sympathy, tenderness AFFIRM (Claim), verb assert, asseverate, aver, declare to be fact, enunciate, establish, express, make a positive statement, make an assertion, proclaim, profess, pronounce, state, state positively, state with conviction AFFIRM (Declare solemnly), verb asseverate, attest, aver, avouch, avow, depone, depose, give oral evidence, give sworn evidence, give verbal evidence, make a solemn declaration, make an asseveration, make an attestation, make an averment, pronounce, take one’s oath, testify, vouch ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: affirm a contract FOREIGN PHRASES: Affirmanti, non neganti incumbit probatio.

ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (Dispensation of law), noun basic legal mechanism, criminal justice system, dispensation of fairness, dispensing of justice, doling out the law, ensuring propriety, equitableness, guaranty of equity, implementation of law, reasonableness, rectitude, righteousness, rightfulness, sitting in judgment, uprighteousness, uprightness ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: appellate courts, county court, federal courts, justice courts, local courts, state courts ADMINISTRATION OF JUSTICE (Tribunal), noun bar, bench, court system, forum, judicature, judicial forum, judicial tribunal, law court, tribunal ADMINISTRATIVE, adjective directorial, guiding, managerial, managing, ministerial, regulative, superintending, supervising, supervisory ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: administrative act, administrative action, administrative agency, administrative board, administrative body, administrative capacity, administrative discretion, administrative function, administrative hearings, administrative judges, administrative law, administrative procedures, administrative proceeding, administrative process, administrative regulations, administrative remedy, administrative rulings ADMINISTRATOR, noun administrative head, chief executive, curator, custodian, director, executive, guardian, head of affairs, intendant, leader, legal representative, manager, officer of the court, overseer, personal representative, supervisor, supervisor of an estate, trustee ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: administrator cum testamento annexo, administrator de bonis non, administrator de bonis non cum testamento annexo, administrator executor, administrator general, administrator pendente lite, administrator’s bond, administratrix, administratrix general, ancillary administrator, executrix administrator ad prosequendum, legal representative, supervisor of an estate ADMIRATION, noun acclaim, adoration, affection, affinity, appreciation, approbation, approval, attention, awe, commendation, credit, deference, devotion, esteem, estimation, favor, fondness, homage, honor, idolization, lionize, partiality, profound, regard, repute, respect, revere, reverence, tribute, veneration, worship, worth ADMISSIBILITY, noun acceptability, adequateness, allowableness, applicability, appositeness, appropriateness, aptness, eligibility, fitness, justifiability, legality, legitimacy, permissibility, presentability, propriety, reasonability, sanctionability, sanctionableness, sufficiency, suitability, tolerability, unexceptionability, unobjectionability, warrantability, warrantableness ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: affirmative evidence, confessions, decedent’s statements, extrajudicial statements, hearsay, objections, secondary evidence ADMISSIBLE, adjective a` propos, acceptable, aequus, allowable, allowed, applicable, appropriate, authorized, eligi- 17 ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE ble, justifiable, legal, legitimate, licensed, passable, permissible, permitted, presentable, proper, qualified, sanctionable, sanctioned, suitable, tolerable, unexceptionable, unforbidden, unobjectionable, unprohibited, warrantable, warranted ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: admissions of party-opponent, confessions, declarations against interest, limited admissibility, McNabb-Mallory rule, Miranda rule, nolo contendere, offer of proof, probative value, requests for admissions, secondary evidence ADMISSIBLE EVIDENCE, noun acceptable evidence, creditable evidence, legal evidence, permissible evidence ADMISSION (Disclosure), noun acknowledgment, assertion, attestation, avowal, communication, concessio, concession, confession, declaration, divulgence, enlightenment, exposure, expression, profession, revealment, revelation, statement, testimonial averment, testimony, unmasking, unveiling, voluntary acknowledgment ASSOCIATED CONCEPTS: acknowledged adversary’s claim, admission against interest, admission against pecuniary interest, admission as an exemption to the hearsay rule, admission by conduct, admission by flight, admission implied from silence, admission in a pleading, admission in an answer from a failure to deny, admission of a debt, admission of a fact, admission of a party, admission of guilt, admission of liability, admission to a crime, admission to bail, admissions by a representative, declaration against interest, direct admissions, expression admissions, extrajudicial admissions, implied admission, incidental admissions, inconsistent statement, judicial admissions, oral admissions, plenary admissions, written admissions FOREIGN PHRASES: Qui non negat fatetur.

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