Citing the Supreme Court's 2002 Bayas ruling, the prosecution noted that a new lawyer cannot justify the withdrawal of stipulations
by passing blame on the previous counsel (During the time of the bail hearing, Joel Bodegon was still leading Revilla's defense).
will be effective immediately upon filing, and the district court will be powerless to resolve any later settlement dispute.
17) Well-written stipulations
may resolve factual ambiguities or reinforce inadequate inquiries by clarifying the factual predicate of a plea, (18) as well as foreclose defenses not discussed by the judge.
It's worse, however, to fail to read the stipulations
aloud at all.
16) Yet, rather than do precisely this, namely grant Syrian citizenship to all Palestinian refugees in Syria under the stipulation
of the Syrian Arab Citizenship Law, 1969, the Syrian Arab Republic opted, for political and ideological considerations not to permit the naturalization of the Palestinian refugees.
It is helpful in the collection of any current rents or 0ost-stivulation rents to provide for the timely payment of same, and also to provide that any sums received after the stipulation
be applied first toward current rents due, with monies paid thereafter applied to any judgment amount.
It is helpful in the collection of any current rents or post-Stipulation
rents to provide for the timely payment of same, and also to provide that any sums received after the Stipulation
be applied first toward current rents due, with any monies paid thereafter applied to the judgment amount.
It is important for the industry to view regulatory changes as merely a tightening up of environmental stipulation
and an attempt to clear up the inequities.
In prior stipulations
, in an attempt to preserve her tenancy, the tenant had stipulated not to permit her daughter to occupy the subject apartment.