But I thought - I implore you to remember the narrow construction
which has been my besetting sin - that, in a case where there was so much disparity in point of years -'
Terex claims that the Explorer 5500's petite dimensions make it ideal for use inside cities and narrow construction
Diocese of Steubenville relied on Monahan and adopted an unduly narrow construction
of the Florida Supreme Court opinion in Hearndon v.
In light of the CFAA having both criminal and civil penalties, the Fourth Circuit properly followed the rule of lenity and adopted a narrow construction
of the statute.
The lateral rotation of up to 60 degrees allows for side digging, which makes SV100-1 ideal for urban areas and narrow construction
sites in general.
This narrow construction
ignores the comprehensive nature of family planning, which is central to women and children's health before, during and after pregnancy.
Court come to the narrow construction
canon, and what it said seems to
However, the Court notes that "'nothing in [[section] 2251A] indicates it was designed to punish behavior going only one direction,' and such a narrow construction
would greatly curtail the scope and effectiveness of the statute.
In furtherance of that goal, the federal courts, following the Supreme Court's lead, have given ERISA's civil remedies provisions a narrow construction
The narrow construction
of " rape" made out under Section 375 of the Indian Penal Code -- with sexual intercourse involving penile penetration of the vagina being read as a necessary criterion -- has ensured that countless perpetrators of sexual assault have escaped the stringent punishment that a case made out as rape would entail.
The Eighth Circuit found that the Ninth Circuit had come to its conclusion in Boise Cascade by improperly giving a narrow construction
to the phrase "in connection with" in Sec.
Senate Judiciary Committee Report's narrow construction