Adjudicated definition

Adjudicated means that a claim has reached its final disposition of paid or denied.
Adjudicated means having received a verdict of guilty by a judge or jury or having pled guilty or nolo contendere. Except where otherwise indicated, "adjudicated" does not include deferred adjudication unless the deferred adjudication is revoked and a sentence is imposed.
Adjudicated or “adjudication” means a determination by the court that it has been proven beyond a reasonable doubt to the trier of fact that a juvenile has committed a delinquent act or that a juvenile has pled guilty to committing a delinquent act. In addition, when a previous conviction must be pled and proven as an element of an offense or for purposes of sentence enhancement, “adjudication” means conviction.

Examples of Adjudicated in a sentence

  • Adjudicated bankrupt or formally seeks relief of its financial obligations.

  • Adjudicated bankrupt or formally seeks relief of his financial obligations.

  • Denied Claim — An Adjudicated Claim that does not result in a payment obligation to a Provider.

  • Adjudicated encounter data will be used to determine medical expenses.

  • Adjudicated Claim — A Claim that has been processed to payment or denial.


More Definitions of Adjudicated

Adjudicated or "adjudication" means as defined by W.S. 14‑6‑201(a)(i);
Adjudicated. , as used in this Part means that the Juvenile Court has entered an order declaring that a child is abused, neglected, dependent, a minor requiring authoritative intervention, a delinquent minor or an addicted minor.
Adjudicated means where MHSAL determines whether an individual who is a resident of the Province of Manitoba is eligible for a Benefit under any of the Provincial Drug Programs and includes a determination of any applicable deductible in respect of the individual;
Adjudicated means paid, resolved, or settled.
Adjudicated means with respect to a substantiated registry-referred complaint, a final determination by the Secretary following a hearing, or by a court, that the employee committed abuse, neglect, or exploitation requiring the listing of the employee on the registry.
Adjudicated as used in these rules means that the Juvenile Court has entered an order declaring that a child is neglected, dependent, a minor requiring authoritative intervention, a delinquent minor or an addicted minor.
Adjudicated means Contractor’s determination that a Member’s Claim for services is either fully or partially accepted as Contractor’s liability, not accepted for any liability, lacks enough information or valid information to make a determination or has the need for additional information in order for Contractor to determine Contractor’s liability.