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The court issued the notice while hearing a contempt plea moved by petitioner Ahmad Nawaz Khan, who stated that Sethi deliberately and intentionally violated the restraining order and was still functioning in his job, adding that he had also used contemptuous language against the court.
According to The Dawn, Khan's counsel had alleged that despite having the knowledge of restraining order from working as PCB's acting chairman, Sethi did not vacate the office and had used contemptuous language on Twitter while saying that there were some 'elements with vested interests' who were not allowing him to work as chairman.
While the contemptuous language used by the Anglo bankers may shock, some of content of the tapes is even more disturbing.
ISLAMABAD, December 08, 2010 (Balochistan Times): The Supreme Court on Wednesday discharged contempt of court notice served upon the Director General Petroleum Concession Shair Muhammad Khan after he submitted a written apology over use of contemptuous language against Sindh High Court and the apex Court over the issue of purchase of sold out shares of British Petroleum Ltd (BPL) at inflated rates.
Upon that, court issued the orders and restrained the above media from televising /publishing and or in any way using derogatory and contemptuous language against the Abbas Steel Group and or making any allegation impairing the reputation of the Abbas Steel Group without verifying and corroborating the authenticity thereof.
Even though Watada was ultimately charged for using contemptuous language toward the President, he could have also been charged with violating a lawful general regulation under Article 92 of the UCMJ for delivering the speech to begin with in violation of Army regulations.
Using contemptuous language against the President or other officials is a unique proscription within the law that is rarely charged by military prosecutors.
The Manual for Courts-Martial asserts that contemptuous language is either so obvious that it amounts to contempt per se or it may be inferred by examining the circumstances surrounding the making of the accused's statement.
Roosevelt during World War II as "the biggest gangster in the world next to Stalin," "Deceiving Delano," and "a crooked, lying hypocrite" were also courts-martialed for using contemptuous language against the Commander-in-Chief.
In his ruling Vice Chancellor Lamb said, "None of the ads subject the employees to the type of contemptuous language contained in other case law discussing vilification.
In his ruling, Vice Chancellor Lamb said, "None of the ads subject the employees to the type of contemptuous language contained in other case law discussing vilification.
It was the contemptuous language he used to shout down one dissenting voice only the other day.