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findings of fact

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It is vital that all the evidence that has painstakingly been gathered over the years is carefully considered by the independent inquiry and that findings of fact are made public.
Sandoz, issued on January 20, the Supreme Court considered to what extent the appeals court has leeway to second-guess findings of fact related to patent claim construction by district court judges.
Those proceedings lead to findings of fact and conclusions of law, codified in a recommended order by the ALJ, which in turn is reviewed by the executive branch agency.
However, the STJ's findings of fact "shall be presumed to be correct" and "due regard" given to his or her "opportunity to evaluate the credibility of witnesses" (Rule 183(d)).
The Board entered a final order adopting the administrative complaint as the Board's findings of fact and conclusions of law.
In reaching these conclusions we are not making any findings of deliberate misconduct against any police officer, nor could we do so, not being a court which makes findings of fact.
One is that the Bar would accept findings of fact resulting from a Judicial Qualifications Commission investigation of a judge in any Bar grievance that resulted from the JQC case.
He said: "Having failed to make relevant findings of fact, set out in a coherent order, the employment tribunal then reached its conclusions as to the reason for the dismissals without giving any explanation to those conclusions.
It stated that, despite the court's findings of fact, the evidence overwhelmingly showed that the payment's purpose was to induce the taxpayer to enter into a long-term, exclusive supply agreement.
The author argues that the Illinois consecutive sentencing statute violates the Sixth Amendment by allowing judges rather than jurors to make findings of fact that increase the defendant's punishment, i.
The interviews [with IRS personnel] showed that many disputes over facts are really disagreements about which facts are relevant, rather than which facts actually occurred, or about ultimate findings of fact.
The Board makes the final findings of fact, conclusions of law, and determination whether to issue an order of prohibition in the case of prohibition orders sought by the OCC.