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Definition of "court-ordered" [court-ordered]

  • Ordered by a court of law (adjective)

WordNet. Princeton University. 2010.

Use "court-ordered" in a sentence
  • "One-third of African-American men in their twenties are in some form of government custody, whether in prison, on probation, on parole, or under some other type of court-ordered supervision."
  • "Mr. Prince extolled collections with a sure "taste and aesthetic," like the Barnes Collection—at least before a court-ordered transfer to downtown Philadelphia "destroyed" it—and the Glenstone Museum Foundation in Potomac, Md., owned by industrialist Mitchell Rales ."
  • "But, the prosecution's case was blown apart by a court-ordered DNA review that discredited crucial genetic evidence."
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