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However, he allegedly lied about his profession and was remanded in custody for 10 days yesterday.
A youth, 17, of Bordesley Green,Birmingham, arson, set fire to a car, remanded in custody until August 18.
Three boys and a man were remanded in custody last week.
Another man charged in connection with the Pensarn child sex scandal was yesterday remanded in custody.
If at any time before final judgment it appears that the district court lacks subject matter jurisdiction, the case shall be remanded.
The measure also would mandate expeditious decisions by the BVA on cases remanded by the court and mandate that VA regional or other field offices expedite decisions in cases remanded to them by the BVA.
He was remanded by Judge Michael Reilly until Friday when he is due to attend a special sitting of Athlone District Court.
Each of the under-17s who were remanded served an average of 18 days in jail before their trials.
The Court of Appeals remanded to the district court for further consideration of the work-product doctrine issue.
KARACHI -- A Judicial Magistrate on Monday remanded three suspects including a woman in case of murdering a school principal, Ambreen Fatima.
He was physically remanded to FIA's custody for another three days after his four-day remand expired on July 26.
After the United States Supreme Court vacated the appeals court decision, the case was remanded.