The amendment is being considered following a change in policy at Birmingham University after a student who was raped was denied extenuating circumstances
for her exams - despite submitting documentation from two medical professionals.
"Unless any representation is made to the contrary, I propose also to quash the decision of the Re-Convenend Examination Board of September 27, 2005 insofar as it relates to the claimant's application for extenuating circumstances
As a curtain-raiser appetiser this was a major disappointment, but there were a number of extenuating circumstances
If diversion or voluntary plea of guilt will ensue, the CICL would lose the chance to prove the extenuating circumstance
of lack of discernment.
Matz said an example of an extenuating circumstance
would be a flood or electrical problem.
It would have been proper for Kepel to show the extenuating circumstances
that allowed the Palestinian movement to continue along its secular path despite the pressure from Hamas in Palestine and the expansion of Islamist movements in other countries.
Because supporters promote initiatives focusing on these variables, this paper seeks to identify which, if any, of these variables has the greatest impact on student achievement and whether there are any extenuating circumstances
regarding that relationship.
There could be extenuating circumstances
such as death or illnesses," says Rowden (www.hnghrowden.com).
Trial judges in death penalty cases were given the right to resort to extenuating circumstances
to avert a death sentence.
But then again, in all fairness, the undemanding interpretations this work invites must be leveraged against extenuating circumstances
that exert pressures from well beyond the art world.
I should mention that nursing homes using the system take into account extenuating circumstances
when deciding to hire or not to hire.
If the worker is a food-service employee or extenuating circumstances
prevented a meal during shift, a meal may be provided immediately before or after a shift.