Sentence Examples

  • Judicial restraint is a theory of how judges are to interpret laws.
  • The controversy between judicial activism and judicial restraint is still heavily debated.
  • Courts that follow these procedures are exercising a judicial theory called judicial restraint.
  • Kennedy emphasized the need for courts to exercise judicial restraint when deciding civil issues.
  • His party advocated judicial restraint in the courts and a strict adherence to the constitution.