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I can't recall Sam prejudging an issue or reaching arbitrary conclusions.
Mr Hamilton, who lost his seat at Tatton at the last General Election, said that if Mr Hague was prejudging legal actions then "he is putting the cart before the horse and pronouncing sentence before trial".
The mum-of-seven was remanded as police warned residents on her estate against prejudging the case of Shannon's alleged kidnap.
Commission President Mary Nichols said CH2M Hill is free to compete, and that the fact the board is asking for new bids should not be seen as prejudging the outcome of the audit.
The mum-of-seven was remanded as officers warned residents on her estate against prejudging the case of Shannon's alleged kidnap.
The idea behind the forum was to quash any seeds of prejudice before they take root in young minds, and to learn to see past someone's skin color or their clothing without prejudging them, event organizers said.
This precautionary suspension should not be interpreted as the council prejudging the outcome of its own investigation or the legal process.
However, City Council members say Riordan and Fleming are unfairly prejudging the new commission.
The governing body said the audit would carry out an analysis of all aspects of the institute and warned against prejudging the outcome.
This is by mutual consent and should not be seen as prejudging any possible discipline inquiries.
By agreeing to oversee the inquiry, we are not prejudging the actions of the police officers.