change of venue


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change of venue

the removal of a trial out of one jurisdiction into another.
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It is Phillipos's second motion for a change of venue.
ISLAMABAD, July 28 -- The Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) has ruled out any change of venues for this year's series between Pakistan and Sri Lanka.
If we apply (albeit loosely) this same legal strategy to the spiritual life and to the judgment that every sinner rightly deserves, it becomes clear that throughout salvation history, God has provided sinners with a change of venue.
The newspaper's executive editor and chief editorial writer on Tuesday stood by The News Tribune's coverage of Hecht," the paper reported, adding "The judge's attorney, Wayne Fricke of Tacoma, filed a request for change of venue Friday.
PREMIER League chief executive Richard Scudamore admitted an all-English Champions League final in Moscow presents a "logistical challenge" but he will not press for a change of venue.
AUBURN - The town is seeking a change of venue from Middlesex Superior Court to Worcester Superior Court for a suit over who should manage the town-owned Pakachoag Golf Course.
Despite the change of venue to Cramlington the Shoe Box Appeal was a huge success, 8,864 boxes were sent from Morpeth and District plus over pounds 13,000 in cash donations.
Antelope Valley Superior Court Judge Thomas White on Tuesday denied Jennings' change of venue motion without prejudice, meaning his attorney could raise it again before a jury is selected.
The shadow Cabinet usually meets in Westminster but the change of venue was intended to signal the party's intention to "connect with the whole country", an aide said.
Even a parks pitch can safely accommodate a certain crowd, so there can be no reason for a change of venue.
A change of venue is improving attendances at a Middlesbrough councillor's ward surgeries.
NEWPORT - Arguments on a motion in Lincoln County Circuit Court for a change of venue in the trial of Christian Longo were delayed Tuesday by Judge Robert Huckleberry and rescheduled for Jan.