(200) Others note that idiots were more likely to be acquitted extrajudicially
. (201) Because idiots were known by their communities as such, when they committed crimes, they were often remanded to an almshouse, hospital, jail, or the custody of their families.
Yet, after spending more than 18 months in dogged research and data analysis, I am sure that at least one Black person is extrajudicially
killed every 28 hours by police, security guards and vigilantes.
Rabita Committee enraged over the government and added that many of the MQM workers had been killed extrajudicially
whereas dozens are still missing.
He said that despite all such efforts, the police dumped his fatallytortured body in Moawach Goth area after killing him extrajudicially
. He said that Sohail Ahmed was a noble gentleman, a pious man and never hurt anyone.
(...) The effectiveness of any discovery system depends in great measure on whether it can operate extrajudicially
. Otherwise, the amount of time saved at trial is lost in litigation over discovery orders.
The party fears that they might be killed extrajudicially
The Malcolm X Grassroots Movement, an activist organization focused on race relations with chapters across the country, published a 2012 report detailing how one African-American is "extrajudicially
killed" every 28 hours, either by a security guard, an officer of the law, or a vigilante.
(7) Aharon Barak, the Chief Justice of Israel's Supreme Court and one of the editors of Israeli Constitutional Law in the Making, declared extrajudicially
that these laws had ushered in a "constitutional revolution" in Israel.
afford strong arguments against the Propriety of our extrajudicially
deciding the questions alluded to; especially as the Power given by the Constitution to the President of calling on the Heads of Departments for opinions, seems to have been purposely as well as expressly limited to executive Departments."), in 6 THE DOCUMENTARY HISTORY OF THE SUPREME COURT OF the United States, 1789-1800, at 755, 755 (Maeva Marcus ed., 1998).
In this respect, James Spigelman CJ of the Supreme Court of New South Wales, writing extrajudicially
in 1999, called for the recognition of what he termed "institutional law", that is, a set of rules which would apply to the exercise of power by various bodies, whether public officers, private fiduciaries, corporations or trade unions.
The Asian Human Rights Commission (AHRC) expresses shock and deep concern over the discovery of mass graves in Balochistan; it is suspected that these graves are of Baloch missing persons who were arrested and subsequently extrajudicially
(4.) Hereby we are not discussing the disastrous image of Muslims, created by the Saudi-Qatari financed Sturm Phalanges holed in Afghan caves and their conductor, Saudi Rasputin/Wahhabi Houdini, recently located in Pakistan and extrajudicially