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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.
Under the Labor Governments reforms, young offenders will face longer detention periods of up to four years, risk having their cases being heard in higher courts, and creates new offences for adults recruiting young people to crime.
The higher courts upheld the decision while the President also turned down the mercy petition of the convict.
district court judges exhibit toward higher courts and whether the level of deference has changed over time.
The Judicial Commission had referred recommendations to the Parliamentary Committee for appointment of judges in higher courts.
The head of rights lobby group AdVIC John O'Keeffe said sentences are now bordering on "farcical" and judges are terrified they will be criticised by higher courts.
Mohd Kasim Shaikh alias Bangali ( 21), Mohd Salim Ansari ( 28), and Vijay Jadhav ( 19), are now on the death row, with the liberity to challenge the sentence in higher courts.
It will be tragic if the parents don't get justice in the higher courts," she said.
The RJD leader reserves the right to challenge the verdict in higher courts.