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accusatorial Line breaks: ac¦cusa|tor¦ial
Pronunciation: /əˌkjuːzəˈtɔːrɪəl/

Definition of accusatorial in English:


(Of a trial or legal procedure) involving accusation by a prosecutor and a verdict reached by an impartial judge or jury. Compare with adversarial, inquisitorial.
Example sentences
  • The absence of an accusatorial procedure places an inquisitorial burden upon an inspector.
  • It sounds a very dubious principle and inconsistent with the accusatorial trial.
  • A criminal trial is an accusatorial and adversarial process.

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