decapitation Jijiji Ri, a high officer of the Court
As an officer of the court
and member of the Philippine Bar, I am appalled that a Senator of the Republic no less would make such accusations that undermine the Peoples faith in a co-equal branch without so much as a rumor to go by on," Topacio said in a statement.
A police source in Salahuddin province told the National Iraqi News Agency / NINA /: "A car bomb exploded near the Court of Tuz district, killing an officer of the court
protection elements and wounding 11 people, police and civilians.
He stated that in his view, this court is not empowered by the Constitution, by any law or the rules of this court to initiate criminal proceedings against any person causing hurt to any officer of the Court
both intentionally or unintentionally.
Section II addresses process serving as an officer of the court
, ranging from training and licensing requirements, liabilities, and unacceptable investigative behaviors to what constitutes proper and improper server rules and criminal charges for their violation.
Prothro noted that the next step is a hearing before an officer of the court
We would not tolerate insurers striking these secret, one-sided deals with judges, and we should not tolerate it with any officer of the court
, especially those that are responsible for creating the official record of what happens in a court proceeding," said Pamela Pressley, staff attorney at the foundation.
It stated that a receiver is an officer of the court
and not an agent for the party who procured the receiver's appointment.
As a former Judge and officer of the Court
, I cannot let it pass now that I have discovered what has been hidden from other, innocent retirees over the past decade.
Judge Lehner stated that a Receiver is an officer of the court
As a lawyer, (Case) is an officer of the court
,'' he said.
Counsel for a party who believes a judge's impartiality is reasonably subject to question has not only a professional duty to his client to raise the matter, but an independent responsibility as an officer of the court