judicial order


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The bailiff of the courts was a sort of amphibious magistrate, a sort of bat of the judicial order, related to both the rat and the bird, the judge and the soldier.
The center said members of the right-wing Jewish group Ateret Cohanim handed the judicial order on Sunday to the family of deceased Saeed Odeh asking them to leave the building, for allegedly being constructed on a plot which has been the property of Jewish individuals since 1889.
He informed the court that the report was a privileged document, but the government had decided to produce it before the court after a judicial order.
According to the judicial order, the counsel of former prime minister Nawaz Sharif sought time to review the supplementary references .
According to the judicial order, the counsel of Nawaz Sharif sought time to review the supplementary references.
An estimated 4,000 prisoners currently on death row for drug crimes are expected to have their death sentences revoked according to a just-issued judicial order based on the country's newly amended drug trafficking law.
TAP) - The Judicial Order Council, on Tuesday, decided to lift the immunity of Judge Mohamed Najem Gharsalli, a former interior minister and former Tunisian ambassador to Morocco.
Arpaio swore to uphold the law but was found guilty of criminal contempt for defying a judicial order.
The Ser Al Khatm group controlled the Sudanese Football Association buildings through the use of police forces by a judicial order, which FIFA considered to be a governmental intervention in sports affairs.
Lawyers representing the mother of Valencia's fiveyear-old child arrived with a judicial order, accompanied by police, and attempted to have Valencia detained at the Atahualpa Stadium in Quito.
The suspects, two young men aged 17 and 18, were arrested with a judicial order issued to facilitate investigations.
Sollesta said invited to keynote the event is Representative Magtanggol Gunigundo of Valenzuela City, principal author of the Republic Act 9048, which allows the City or Municipal Registrar or Consul General to Correct a typographical or clerical error or change of first name in the civil register without need of judicial order and RA 10172, which further allows them to rectify errors in the day and month in the date of birth or sex of a person.