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The power of the judge to make decisions on some matters without being bound by precedent or strict rules established by statutes. on appeal a higher court will usually accept and confirm decisions of trial judges when exercising permitted discretion, unless capricious, showing a pattern of bias, or exercising discretion beyond his/her authority.

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