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Seest thou, Rebecca, as this thin and light glove of thine is to one of our heavy steel gauntlets, so is thy cause to that of the Temple, for it is our Order which thou hast defied.
This article examines the recognition of personal privacy in the context of a regular and potentially valuable, as well as volatile, law enforcement activity--stopping a vehicle and developing probable cause to search it.
The court held that the broker's efforts, in only showing the property to the purchaser and relaying the purchaser's offer to the vendors which was rejected, were minimal and did not rise to the level of procuring cause to entitle the broker to a commission.
A failure to pay will be considered to be due to reasonable cause to the extent that the taxpayer has made a satisfactory showing that he exercised ordinary business care and prudence in providing for payment of his tax liability and was nevertheless either unable to pay the tax or would suffer an undue hardship (as described in [sections] 1.
While research should continue in certain areas, the scientific evidence gives no cause to worry about exposures to electric appliances or power lines.
Nationwide never informed Charts in writing why it terminated their agreements with him, but contended that Charts had violated unidentified state law and unwritten company policy; that it did not have to show it had good cause to terminate the agreements; and that it was not required to inform Charts in writing of the reasons for his termination.
This article addresses the issue of when sufficient evidence exists to establish probable cause to search the residence of a person who has been arrested for, or is involved in, criminal activity.
Practitioners should not overlook this factor in determining whether clients have reasonable cause to avoid late filing penalties.
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A lawful search under the motor vehicle exception requires the existence of probable cause to believe that the vehicle contains evidence or contraband and that the searching officers have lawful access to the vehicle.
either probable cause to make an arrest or reasonable suspicion to effect an investigative detention - an officer's subjective intent or motivation also should be considered in deciding whether the action is reasonable under the fourth amendment.