venue

[n] - the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting) 2. [n] - in law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held
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Venue

Ven'ue noun [ French venue a coming, arrival, from venir to come, Latin venire ; hence, in English, the place whither the jury are summoned to come. See Come , and confer Venew , Veney .] 1. (Law) A neighborhood or near place; the place or coun...
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venue

noun in law: the jurisdiction where a trial will be held
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venue

locus noun the scene of any event or action (especially the place of a meeting)
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Venue

• (n.) A bout; a hit; a turn. See Venew. • (n.) A neighborhood or near place; the place or county in which anything is alleged to have happened; also, the place where an action is laid.
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venue

in law, locality in which a criminal offense or civil litigation is to be conducted. The concept of venue involves important issues of public policy ... [1 related articles]
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venue

venue 1. A place where an event takes place; such as, a sports competition or a concert. This especially refers to the place where events are often held. From Latin venio through French, 'a coming'. 2. There is another venue that refers to a place in which a crime takes place or a cause of action arises; as well as, a statement that a case is bein...
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venue

Broadly, the geographical area where a court has authority to hear a case because it has personal jurisdiction and subject matter jurisdiction. The venue is usually the same area where the incident leading to the trial occurred. A change of venue may occur if negative publicity or other factor would make it difficult to find unbiased jurors.
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Venue

location where a sporting competition is held.
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Venue

The county in which the facts are alleged to have occurred and in which the trial will be held. Venue is the legally proper place where a particular case should be filed or handled. Every state has rules determining the proper venue for different types of lawsuits. For example, the venue for a paternity suit might be the county where the mother o.....
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Venue

(n). Venue is the place where the proceedings are officially conducted. Venue is fixed considering convenience of the place. For conducting trials, venue is arranged within the judicial district. Certain provisions of law limits the area where the venue must be fixed.
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venue

n. 1) the proper or most convenient location for trial of a case. Normally, the venue in a criminal case is the judicial district or county where the crime was committed. For civil cases, venue is usually the district or county which is the residence of a principal defendant, where a contract was executed or is to be performed, or where an accident...
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Venue

A venue is the collective noun for a group of vultures.
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Venue

location where a sporting competition is held.
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Venue

[law] Venue (law) is the location where a case is heard. ==United States== ===Criminal venue=== The perceived abuse of English criminal venue law was one of the enumerated grievances in the United States Declaration of Independence, which accused George III of the United Kingdom of `transporting us beyond Seas to be tried for pretended offe...
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Venue

The place in which prosecution is brought; venue may be in the county of the defendant
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Venue

The appropriate location(s), according to law and court rules, for a trial. In a criminal case, the proper venue is generally the judicial district or county where the crime was committed. In civil cases, venue is generally proper in the county or district where important events related to the case took place, such as the signing or performance of ...
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Venue

A theatre or performance space.
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venue

the scene of any event or action
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venue

the scene of any event or action
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venue

the scene of any event or action
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