What Is an Adjudication Hearing?

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An adjudication hearing is a court hearing in which the parties are given a chance to present their evidence and arguments. Adjudication hearing typically comes before a disposition hearing, when the judge determines the sentence of the individual.
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An adjudication hearing is a court hearing in which the parties are given a chance to present their evidence and arguments. Adjudication hearing typically comes ...
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