admonition (ad-m<<schwa>>-nish-<<schwa>>n), n.1. Any authoritative advice or caution
from the court to the jury regarding their duty as jurors or the admissibility of evidence for
consideration <the judge’s admonition that the jurors not discuss the case until they are charged>.
[Cases: Criminal Law 852; Trial 133.6. C.J.S. Criminal Law § 1371; Trial§§ 331–332.] 2. A
reprimand or cautionary statement addressed to counsel by a judge <the judge’s admonition that
the lawyer stop speaking out of turn>. [Cases: Criminal Law 730; Trial 133.4. C.J.S. Trial §
331.] 3.Eccles. law. An authoritatively issued warning or censure. — admonish (ad-mon-ish), vb.
— admonitory (ad-mon-<<schwa>>-tor-ee), adj. [Blacks Law 8th]