judicial comment

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placement of burdens of production, judicial comment on the evidence,
Judicial comment on the evidence provides judges another method to
A National Crime Agency spokesman said: "As a result of recent adverse judicial comment during a trial where criminal proceedings were started, the NCA has decided to release from bail 13 subjects arrested in relation to a football match spot-fixing investigation so that further enquiries can be undertaken.
Last month saw a judicial comment upon the likely increase in litigation when RAB Capital started a case against PricewaterhouseCoopers, the administrator of Lehman Brothers, seeking the immediate return of 29m [pounds sterling] rather than waiting for the administration to run its course.
A CPS spokesman said: "The CPS takes any adverse judicial comment very seriously indeed.
A National Crime Agency (NCA) spokesman said: "As a result of recent adverse judicial comment during a trial where criminal proceedings were started, the NCA has decided to release from bail 13 subjects arrested in relation to a football match spot-fixing investigation so that further enquiries can be undertaken.
Breyer also asked Horton if owners should somehow receive a premium price for their property as compensation for condemnation in economic development proceedings, signaling that the issue of ensuring "just compensation"--not ending the use of eminent domain for economic development--might be an area for judicial comment.
One need look no further than Tower Hamlets and widely publicized judicial comments in recent years over increasing instances of electoral corruption, to see the dangers of complacency.
A Merseyside Police spokesman said: "The force always takes any judicial comments that are made extremely seriously.
against more than 100 lawsuits alleging that the hospital did not do enough to control life-threatening post-operative infections has filed a motion with the Circuit Court of the 15th Judicial Circuit asking Judge David Crow to prohibit participating parties and their counsel "from making extra judicial comments to the print, radio and television that relate to: 1) Evidence regarding the occurrences, incidents or injuries involved in the cases; 2) The character, credibility or criminal record of any party, witness or prospective witness; 3) The performance or results of any examination or tests, or the refusal or failure of a party to submit to such; and 4) Counsel's opinions as to the merits of the claims or defenses of any party.
Following the judicial comments, the agent who bought last year's Derby winner Kris Kin as a yearling and is arguably Britain's most successful independent operator, agreed to settle the claim and pay pounds 40,000 in damages and costs to Foodbrokers Ltd, and pounds 10,000 to his intended client, American agent Richard Duggan.
Specifically, the board received judicial comments that there was a lack of criteria on how judges were to evaluate requests for contingency fees in excess of the fee found in rule 4-1.

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