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The subject was a woman, whose husband was ignorantly convicted of having murdered her; but on solemn appeal to a higher court, he was acquitted because it was shown upon the evidence that she had died the death of which this name of spontaneous combustion is given.
The magistrate could not possibly, on the evidence, have held them for a higher court.
The answer, in substance, was that the law might protect me, provided I had money to spend in asking some higher court to grant me a separation.
You are yourself aware that you will soon have to answer for your deed at a higher court than the Assizes.
16 (ANI): Noted singer Daler Mehndi, who was sentenced to two years of imprisonment on Friday in connection with a 2003 human trafficking case, said he would appeal to a higher court.
Patna: Even as Rashtriya Janata Dal (RJD) president Lalu Prasad plans to move higher court to secure bail in a fodder scam case in which he was handed out 3.
We have challenged the terrorism charge in a higher court because how can a traffic accident be considered a terrorist act,' his counsel said on Saturday.
As per a 2015 judicial integrity scan report, some judges of the lower and higher court were found indulging in abuse of office, bribery and influence peddling.
The case of two women charged with the murder of Kim Kong Un's estranged half brother was transferred to a higher court at a hearing in Malaysia on Tuesday.
Senior Judges of Higher Court, Faculty and Staff from Sukkur IBA and IBA Karachi were present at the recruitment test.
Since they could no longer stop her arrest, De Lima's lawyer, Alex Padilla, said their next option is to bring the case before the higher court.
Trial courts rarely shape legal policymaking by asserting decisional autonomy through distinguishing, limiting, or criticizing higher court precedent.