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I have no wish to become embroiled in an unhelpful debate but I would have been failing in my duty if I had not written to the ministers to express concern over a lack of political regard for independent judicial decision making.
democracy with the practical realities of judicial decision making.
The attendees remained [committed] to their stance that what the mufti did, along with violating the judicial decisions of the Shura Council in a repetitive manner, goes against all norms, particularly those related to quorum and administrating elections," a statement from Mikati's office said.
Criticism of any judicial decision is valid, so long as it is the outcome of a detailed and scientific analysis," the Supreme court said, adding:
Finally, DRI's Without Fear or Favor looks at the overall tone of public discourse surrounding judicial decisions, citing the Internet as a venue increasingly hostile to judges and the judicial system.
This was the second judicial decision in 2009 upholding a dismissal under PLCAA, a federal law to protect gun makers from frivolous lawsuits.
The Barker case goes against a previous judicial decision, which emphasised the need for early consideration of an EIA.
Then, EU "law does not require a national court to disapply its internal rules of procedure to review and reopen a final judicial decision if that decision (is) contrary to EU law.
To be sure, originalism has considerable theoretical strengths: It is straightforward; it reduces judicial discretion by focusing on constitutional text and history (which leaves more room for decision making by the democratically elected branches of government); and its insistence that the ratifiers' understanding should govern judicial decision making helps to put judicial decision making on a more democratic footing since ratification was more or less a democratic act.
Jennifer Granholm has announced that a "legal cloud" is hovering, and benefits for some employees and families are being withheld pending a judicial decision on whether the law's language precludes them.
She was convicted and sentenced to 12 months in prison over an e-mail she sent to another magistrate, asking him to explain why she should not demote him because he had supported the appeal of a fellow magistrate against Fingleton's judicial decision to transfer her.
Oxnard has appealed each judicial decision, all of which were in Martinez's favor until his case reached the Supreme Court.

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