A cut of this magnitude, particularly so late in the fiscal year, will affect every facet of court operations," said Judge Julia Gibbons, budget committee chair for the Judicial Conference of the United States, at the group's bi-annual meeting.
What does JCUS stand for?
JCUS stands for Judicial Conference of the United States
This definition appears somewhat frequently and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Military and Government
We have 1 other meaning of JCUS in our Acronym Attic
- Japan Computer Usage Development Institute
- Johnston Center for Undergraduate Excellence
- John Carroll University Entrepreneurs Association (University Heights, Ohio)
- Japan Courier Users Group (webmail server program; Japan)
- James Cook University Hospital (UK)
- Journal of College and University Law
- Jacksonville Community United Methodist Church (Jacksonville, NY)
- Johns Creek United Methodist Church (Georgia)
- Junction City United Methodist Church (Junction City, OR)
- Joint Communications Unit Northern Ireland
- Joint Company/Union Safety Committee
- Joint Canada/US Survey of Health
- Jamaica Collaborative for Universal Technology Education
- Jaegers Cladus Validus (Finnish military simulation club)
- Jamestown Canyon Virus (mosquito virus)
- Japan Club of Victoria (Australia)
- Jewish Center Vienna (Vienna, VA)
- Jhonen C Vasquez (game)
- Joetsu Cable Vision (Niigata, Japan)
- John Cunningham Virus
Samples in periodicals archive:
One of these proposals was recently brought before the Judicial Conference of the United States, the primary policy making body of the U.
The Judicial Conference of the United States, a 27-judge body presided over by Supreme Court Chief Justice John G.
Chief Judge Dubina becomes the highest-ranking judicial officer in the 11th Circuit and fills one of the circuit's two positions on the Judicial Conference of the United States, the principal policy-making organization for the U.
Last March, the Judicial Conference of the United States "strongly urged" all federal district courts with electronic dockets to indicate clearly when cases are sealed by marking them "case under seal" rather than "case does not exist.
In recent years, the Judicial Conference of the United States has publicly endorsed one circuit's interpretation of the law over another's, as an Intercircuit Court of Appeals might, but without binding effect.
Painter said the Judicial Conference of the United States decided to remove a federal judge from a case in Washington, D.
In this Marble Palace, as some call it, we were preparing for the annual Judicial Conference of the United States, created by 1922 Congressional legislation to "serve as the principal policy making body concerned with the administration of the United States Courts.