inquisitorial definition

  • adjective:
    • Of, regarding, or having the purpose of an inquisitor.
    • Law concerning an effort in which one-party will act as both prosecutor and judge.
    • Law regarding a criminal proceeding carried out in secrecy.
    • of or related to an inquisition, especially the Inquisition
    • in a fashion of inquisition or inquisitors
    • describing an effort system where prosecutor in addition acts as judge
    • regarding inquisition; making rigorous and unfriendly query; searching.
    • regarding the Court of Inquisition or resembling its techniques.
    • marked by inquisitive interest; particularly suggestive of an ecclesiastical inquisitor
    • getting the expert to perform official investigations
    • particularly indicating a form of prosecution by which procedures are key therefore the accused is questioned by a prosecutor which acts in addition since the judge
  • others:
    • related to inquisition; especially, related to the Inquisition, or resembling its methods; making strict or looking around inquiry.

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