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He also describes the stirring visit of Michael Jackson to the Augusta, Georgia, funeral home where the King of Pop sat up all night with the body of his musical godfather, and spends hours talking with Brown's first wife, and lays bare the Dickensian legal contest over James Brown's estate, a fight that has consumed careers; prevented any money from reaching the poor schoolchildren in Georgia and South Carolina, as instructed in his will; cost Brown's estate millions in legal fees; and left James Brown's body to lie for more than eight years in a gilded coffin in his daughter's yard in South Carolina.
Amending the two clauses is important, according to Adwan, as it protects the upcoming parliamentary elections' results from a critical legal contest that can immediately dissolve any newly elected parliamentary council.
They were celebrating Queen Caroline's victory in a legal contest with King George IV; she was popular and he was not.
He said the court examined 22 litigations and listened to testimonies of litigators, and did not refuse any legal contest so far.
The seized rice shipment overstayed at the Subic Freeport and became the subject of a legal contest.
Reflecting on a long-running legal contest fought out at fixtures in many courts, with a legal bill thought to exceed well over pounds 200,000, Mrs Murphy said her victory was "fantastic news".
reached an amicable settlement with Jadawel International culminating a long drawn out legal contest between the two firms.
A delay occurs in generating ballots because of a legal contest.
He believes that this unique legal contest in the region has been developing from one year to another on different levels.
The highest aim of every legal contest is the search for the truth.
CHELSEA yesterday took an early lead in their legal contest with former Blues striker Adrian Mutu.
The narrative mainly tracks the minutiae of the legal contest at the price of ignoring the bigger picture.