Lebanon magistrate Claude Karam take up the Case by launching an inquiry into the circumstances surrounding the crime by identifying potential culprits who could have been involved by making them stand trial at the court of law
I do know what I am talking about because I was also abused in a court of law
when I was the victim and they too made me feel like a criminal.
Eventually, the court of law
said on Monday that a final decision will be made in December, pending the arrival of new evidence.
Today, almost every court of equity has merged into a court of law
Like officials in various other local government agencies, LAUSD officials decided 10 years ago that their many failures would be indefensible in a court of law
Fines can only be imposed by a court of law
, not privatised parking companies.
Chapters cover the eight telltale signs of adultery, how to obtain proof of infidelity which can be used in a court of law
and can influence asset and custody settlements, and how to pick up the pieces of one's life and move on.
About 200 years ago, coerced testimony was recognized as useless for arriving at truth in a court of law
Goaded in the House of Commons over the incident, Mr Davies, 33 - now MP for Shipley - said: "If anybody does have a cracked rib they should press their case in a court of law
It is not, however, good enough for a court of law
, where proof must be beyond reasonable doubt.
The committee was immediately compared with a court of law
, because both sides of the argument will be represented by QCs and allowed to call evidence from witnesses.
That is fine as far as it goes, but attorneys are only trained to win in a court of law