dubitante

dubitante

‘doubting’, in the law reports, signifies that the judge has doubts concerning an approach he is taking or that the majority with which he is concurring is taking.
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19-22: <<Quare quia non temere fiierat arguendum quod ibi ecclesia teste fuerat positum; hoc potius videbatur a dubitante querendum, utrum quem semel posuit ecclesia ministram ad agendum aliquod sacramentum ipsa possit culpa promerente aliquando deponere vel excommunicare, ita ut in sacramentis agere nequeat quod ante potuit>>.
(2) Pilmer v Duke Group Ltd (in liq) (2001) 207 CLR 165, [74] (McHugh, Gummow, Hayne and Callinan JJ), [127]-[ 128] (Kirby J, dubitante); Friend v Brooker (2009) 239 CLR 129, [83] (French CJ, Gummow, Hayne and Bell JJ); Howard v Federal Commissioner of Taxation (2013) 253 CLR 83, [31] (French CJ and Keane J), [56] (Hayne and Crennan JJ); Ancient Order of Foresters in Victoria Friendly Society Ltd v Lifeplan Australia Friendly Society Ltd [2018] HCA 43, [67] (Gageler J).
Y propone que la inteligencia de esa pequena nina de los cuentos infantiles o los cuestionamientos de una detective dubitante tienen el poder para interpelar con sus palabras la ferocidad violenta masculina y presentarla como consecuencia de la inconsolable soledad del macho, resultado de su inconfesable complicidad historica.
and Justice White, Dubitante 3 n.2 (2017), http:// thejacksonlist.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/20170320-Jackson-List-Gorsuch-White-on-Jackson-Writing.pdf.
(57.) The non-swing silent concurrence could be viewed as the modern version of the dubitante opinion.
2012) (Sutton, J., dubitante) (stating that while such a standard was a common feature of tort law, it was a threshold too low for deciding a criminal case of this magnitude).
Per Bobbio, eterno dubitante, la democrazia e, nelle sue radici di senso, indubitabilmente, propriamente un valore.
Despite the proper analysis of the Seventh Circuit's reasoning, Chief Judge Easterbrook noted in a dubitante opinion that the Court unsuccessfully addressed important questions.
1977) (en banc) (Wilkey, J., concurring dubitante); see also, e.g., Cousins v.