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123) For good measure, it is best to select ten for each court-martial to make allowance for challenges and excusals, but generally speaking, it is simply not overly burdensome to identify ten Servicemembers in deployed commands often consisting of tens of thousands.
Jurors who pursue hardship excusals are different from those who do not.
In a smaller pool, hardship excusals can become more valuable and harder to achieve, creating stricter initial criteria for juror removal.
HOW: IDEA 2004 law and regulations spell out how the allowable IEP Team member excusals must work.
Therefore, parents agreeing to such excusals might want to request the written input far enough in advance of the meeting to allow for careful review and, if necessary, to revoke the consent for excusal if the input is insufficient or if, after reviewing the input, the parents feel that the member should, in fact, attend the IEP Team meeting.
Having jury summons forms request detailed information on requests for excusals, along with the prospective juror's current phone number so that the prospective juror can be reached easily for further clarification, if needed.
202 (1965), "[a]fter excusals and removals for cause, the veniere in a capital case is reduced to about 75.
Rule for Courts-Martial 505(c)(1)(A) would allow the convening authority to consider implied bias issues or workload of members to issue excusals, even though Bartlett would prohibit the convening authority from systematically excluding such members from panel selection.
Time-off awards shall not be granted to create the effect of a holiday or treated as administrative excusals or leave; i.
In the same memorandum, LTG Sanchez set forth procedures for seating of members using the RNS sequence, excusals, and replacement of excused members.
28) Typically, dismissals involve groups of employees released from duty because of extraordinary circumstances, while other excused absences involve discretionary excusals, usually of individuals, to engage in activities consistent with agency policy.