Adjudicatory hearing

Adjudicatory hearing,

Definition of Adjudicatory hearing:

  1. Trial process in which a court determines whether or not the allegations contained in a petition are supported by evidence.

How to use Adjudicatory hearing in a sentence?

  1. When the court was inundated with requests for prosecution of a diet pill company for false claims and dangerous ingredients, the judge held an adjudicatory hearing to see if there was enough evidence to bring a case against the company.
  2. At the adjudicatory hearing , the judge determines whether the facts as stated in the petition or warrant are true or false.
  3. The adjudicatory hearing revealed that the evidence was sufficient to reasonably conclude that the debtor did in fact owe the money.

Meaning of Adjudicatory hearing & Adjudicatory hearing Definition