Crim Pro:adjudication

Discussion in 'English Only' started by Paris Lady, Apr 11, 2007.

  1. Paris Lady Senior Member

    Au soleil/A sunny place
    France (Paris)/French
    Hi,

    Crim is I guess for Criminal but I am not sure about pro. I did check on two different web sites and they only write it that way so not very helpful for me.
    Any ideas?
    Thank you!
     
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    Ferntree Gully
    Australian Australia
    Criminal Prosecution which carries the possibility of a jail term as against a Civil Prosecution which is punishable by a fine.

    .,,
     
  3. lizzeymac

    lizzeymac Senior Member

    New York City
    English - USA
    This is another law school course title? I am fairly sure it would be "Criminal Procedures (or Processes): Adjudication." A course in Criminal Procedures, specifically Adjudications (loosely: trials). This is the title of a course at Yale Law & they use the CrimPro: Adj. as a course code.
     
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    Ferntree Gully
    Australian Australia
    Of course, yet again.

    I think that I will bow out of this line of questions.

    I am just not on the same page.

    .,,
     
  5. Paris Lady Senior Member

    Au soleil/A sunny place
    France (Paris)/French
    Thank you for your help!
     

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