inexcusable delay

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The judge slammed the "inexcusable delay" in the case caused by the police, Jones having been arrested and interviewed in November 2017 but not charged until May this year.
Eleven months after its inauguration, when the train arrived 15 minutes late at Peshawar, there was a big uproar amongst Railway circles, with the driver being asked to explain the reasons for this inexcusable delay! The author mentioned this to his father-in-law, the late Syed Ghiasuddin Ahmed, who was one of the oldest surviving members of the illustrious Indian Civil Service.
Mr Pollard said the opposing evidence was 'disappointing and unedifying' and said all he could conclude was that there was an 'inexcusable delay of several hours before [Mrs Momodu] was taken to theatre.'.
The Gauteng spokesperson for the opposition Democratic Alliance, Jack Bloom, said "The acid mine drainage crisis in Gauteng has been mishandled from the start, characterised by inexcusable delay and policy zigzags.
This might not be the case but it was the impression created by the inexcusable delay.
At the Court of Appeal, Lord Justice Mummery said in a ruling in April last year that Fisher, now a computer programmer from Croydon, south London, was "guilty of excessive and inexcusable delay in asserting his claim" for copyright.
She said: "He believes there has been an inordinate and inexcusable delay in the bringing of these proceedings by the GMC.
Lord Justice Mummery said Fisher, of south London, now a computer programmer, was "guilty of excessive and inexcusable delay in asserting his claim".
"The inexcusable delay [in bringing the charges] of the Health and Safety Executive, according to Judge Rogers, has affected Mr and Mrs Porter as well as Kian's parents and family.
"Sunlight is the best disinfectant, but this kind of inexcusable delay by federal agencies just keeps us in the dark."
One well-established rule, however, is where a compensable delay is concurrent with an inexcusable delay, the period of delay is reclassified as an excusable delay.