- Official or unofficial reports of cases decided by a court or by one or more courts, giving in full the opinions rendered in the cases, usually including concurring and dissenting opinions, and having headnotes or syllabi prepared officially by the court reporter or unofficially by an editor of the publisher's staff. 20 Am J2d Cts §§ 76, 77.
Ballentine's law dictionary. Anderson, W.S.. 1998.
Look at other dictionaries:
court reports — >> advance sheets, reports, slip opinion. Webster s New World Law Dictionary. Susan Ellis Wild. 2000 … Law dictionary
Supreme Court Reports — The Supreme Court Reports (S.C.R.) is the official reporter of the Supreme Court of Canada. Since the creation of the Supreme Court, all of its decisions have been published in the Reports, in both English and French. The first volume was… … Wikipedia
reports — A published volume of federal, state, or regional judicial decisions. Examples include California Appellate Reports and Supreme Court Reporter. (See also: advance sheets) Category: Small Claims Court & Lawsuits Nolo’s Plain English Law Dictionary … Law dictionary
reports or reporters — Published volumes of case decisions by a particular court or group of courts; e.g. Supreme Court Reporter, Federal Reporter, Federal Supplement. Term includes: (1) (court reports) published judicial cases arranged according to some grouping, such … Black's law dictionary
reports of cases — See court reports … Ballentine's law dictionary
Court of Auditors — Official emblem … Wikipedia
Court of Audit of the Republic of Slovenia — Headquarters Ljubljana, Slovenia Area served Slovenia Key people dr. Igor Šoltes (President) Emp … Wikipedia
Court Line — (Aviation) IATA OU ICAO Callsign Founded 1957 (as Argus Air Transport) Ceased operations 1974 … Wikipedia
Court Martial (Star Trek: The Original Series) — Court Martial Star Trek: The Original Series episode Kirk is tried for the wrongful death of a crewman Episode no. Season 1 Ep … Wikipedia
Court Fields Community School — Court Fields Community School … Wikipedia