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admonish
To advise or caution. For example the court may caution or admonish counsel for wrong practices.
Source : Delaware State Courts - First State Judiciary ...


Admonishment : An authoritative statement made to the jury by the judge regarding their conduct as jurors.
AJIS - Advanced Jury Information System : an automated messaging system that improves communications with jurors.

admonish: To warn, advise, or scold.
admonition to jury: What the judge says to the jury about:
(1) what they must do and how they must behave, ...

Often after a judge has stricken some comment or testimony (an answer made before an objection has stopped the witness), he/she admonishes (warns) the jury not to consider the stricken language, ...

In Fender, Justice Atkin also admonished judges to exercise extreme caution in regards to the doctrine: ...

Admonition Where a person has pleaded guilty or been convicted of an offence, In some circumstances the court may admonish the offender not to do it again and impose no other penalty.

See also: See also: Court, Law, Judge, Order, Cause

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