It was thus unbearable for me to leave the books to people who would mock them, would impugn my honor when they examined them, would rejoice at my inadvertence
and error when they paged through them, and would show one another my [own] shortcoming and failing on account of them.
88) Stewart's inadvertence
requirement would cause no additional inconvenience to police, he reasoned, because if they knew about an item's location ahead of time, they could easily include it in their warrant application before the magistrate.
Voluntary, reliable confessions are excluded from evidence for technical violations of Miranda, even when there is no suggestion of police wrongdoing or external coercion of any kind, just inadvertence
or confusion, instead.
Any given author can of course omit, either through inadvertence
or lack of space, an important topic, but the editor of the volume, a distinguished historian of mathematics, must take some responsibility for insuring that, somehow, the important areas are covered, and that was not done.
As an organization whose members work for large corporations, TEI does not have significant experience with the offer-in-compromise pro gram, which is intended to give taxpayers who fail to meet their obligations to the tax system (through inadvertence
, volitional noncompliance, or pure happenstance) a second chance.
45) However, the inadvertence
requirement was overruled in Horton v.
The government must prove only that an act that violated the law was done knowingly or absent mistake or inadvertence
Under Rule 60(b) of the Federal Rules of Civil Procedure, a party may be relieved from a final judgment, order, or proceeding if the moving party can show mistake, inadvertence
, surprise, or excusable neglect, or any other reason justifying relief from the operation of the judgment.
Here, the Delaware County court did not label its "Order for Modification" a nunc pro tunc order and nothing in the order itself shows that it was issued to correct an error or inadvertence
appearing in the original order.
Indeed, it learned of the offer only through an inadvertence
, corrective steps and agreement to IRS conditions) are met.
section] 1,482-iT(d)(1) provides that a section 482 allocation may be made in any case in which either by inadvertence
or design the taxable income of a controlled taxpayer is other than it would have been had the taxpayer been dealing at arm's-length.