session of the court

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However, Friday's decision to suspend Lula from ministerial office can be appealed before a plenary session of the court, signaling more court battles may follow before the once wildly popular Brazilian leader gets a seat in Rousseff's cabinet.
The man appeared in a closed session of the court on Tuesday, after his eight-day remand from last Wednesday expired.
Dozens of protesters are still surrounding the court; they have demonstrated outside every session of the court case that has been going on for months.
The seminar, which is part of the activities of the 27th Ordinary Session of the Court, seeks to sensitise the public on how to utilise the Court in settling human rights disputes, after exhausting domestic remedies, and sensitise would-be litigants on how to access the Court.
Dahmani also indicated that the "defence wanted the court to determine a session to examine as soon as possible the appeal filed on August 27, especially as the rights of defence were not respect during the last session of the Court of Appeal which had decided, within less than 24 hours to place Sami Fehri under detention.
Al-Sadan said eight defendants with their lawyers attended the seventh session of the court held on Sept.
The first session of the court had been held on December 17-18, 2009, during which Yves Bonnet, the former Member of the French National Assembly and Director of the DST, and MKO's ringleaders as well as head of the publication that published the fake book were found guilty.
Keeping this in view, the specially-abled people conducted a mock session of the court and conveyed the message they want to spread harmony across the Hindu and Muslim communities and they also said that no politics should be involved in this issue.
During the first session of the court, headed by Judge Abdul Bari Aqabah, the secretary of the court presented the prosecution's accusations against Abdul Aziz Yahya Hamoud Al-Abdi, a 39-year-old ex-Air Force Officer, who is accused of killing Al-Nahari.
JuD leaders counsel AK Dogar said these documents should be presented in an open session of the court in the presence of Hafiz Saeed.
In its discussion paper ahead of the Inter-Governmental Conference in 2000, the Court itself pointed to the risk where "any significant increase in the number of Judges might mean that the plenary session of the Court would cross the invisible boundary between a collegiate court and a deliberative assembly".
James Garner lends his avuncular credibility to the proceedings, playing Chief Justice Brankin, a lovably conservative curmudgeon and college football fanatic who starts each session of the Court with the Justices forming a huddle, piling their hands upon one another and breaking with a rallying cry (no, seriously).

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