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The ministers, in a statement at the end of their one-day meeting, totally rejected the statement, apparently referring to Wallstrom's comments on a judicial sentence against Raef Badawi, a Saudi citizen who was sentenced to 10 years and 1,000 lashes for insulting Islam and offending a religious authority.
The foreign ministers, in a statement at the end of their one-day meeting, totally rejected the statement, apparently referring to Wallstrom's comments on a judicial sentence against Raef Badawi, a Saudi citizen who was sentenced to 10 years and 1,000 lashes for insulting Islam and offending a religious authority.
Riyadh, Jumada I 16, 1436, Mar 7, 2015, SPA -- An official source at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said: "The Kingdom cannot believe and strongly disapproves what has been addressed in some media outlets about the case of Citizen Rai'ef Mohammed Badowi and the judicial sentence he has received.
Security also prevented protesters with complaints from being on site and turned away a group of workers from the Assiut Cement Factory who were forced into early retirement and received a judicial sentence overturning the decision from asking Morsy to enforce the court order.
NNA - 7/9/2011 - Future bloc member, Deputy Kazem Al-Kheir, called in a talk with the Future News channel on Wednesday on Hezbollah to adopt a clear stance regarding the judicial sentence issued against General Fayez Karam.
The loss of membership, through a final judicial sentence or deprivation of legal capacity, shall take effect after the final court decision in the matter has been communicated to the plenary of the Turkish Grand National Assembly.
Execution can only be carried out following a judicial sentence.
Even if the contract were null for reason of such laws (which does not seem to be the sense of the cited law of Castile, which only prohibits doing it under severe penalties), the person receiving the money would not be forced to give it back before a judicial sentence was issued forcing him to, and not without taking before a just compensation for the service rendered gratuitously.
This Article begins with the following two-part question: Why are (1) an apparent increase in judicial sentence mitigation through downward departure and (2) declining average sentence length two legacies of the 1980s' shift to longer prison sentences and increased prosecutorial control of sentence length?
It is therefore the power of conscience that spares judicial sentences from any possible flaws.
On the Ministry of Finance's report regarding cases of drug and alcohol trafficking in which final judicial sentences are issues by Sharia courts, the Cabinet also approved a measure mandating the Bureau of Investigation and Public Prosecution to take charge of filing cases before the criminal courts, taking into account what is stated in the Unified Customs Regulation (Law) and its by-laws as part of the public criminal case.
As I have read in the General Security statement, judicial sentences have been issued against those men for [committing] violations.