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juristic

characteristic of the study of law or the legal profession.
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The two-pronged, normative-baseline theory of duress that emerges from Lord Scarman's speech in The Universe Sentinel can in principle accommodate lawful-pressure cases comfortably with its structure and analysis, and according to what juristically motivates it.
Most declared the call an "unfounded innovation" or "juristically baseless," and enjoined Ramadan to reconsider or retract it "for the sake of the Umma." "If we call today for an international moratorium on corporal punishment, stoning and the death penalty," wrote Sano Koutoub Moustapha, a professor of Islamic jurisprudence in Malaysia, "then tomorrow I am so worried that they may ask Muslims to suspend their Friday Prayer." (7) "When this call comes from a respectable scholar like Dr.
Responding to the first broad set of charges leveled against him--that he had chosen to selectively cancel the Sharia; that his call for a moratorium was "juristically baseless" and "unfounded innovation"--Ramadan wondered, and with understandable reason, whether his detractors had taken the time to read the text of his call with any care.
On the other hand, Judge Weeramantry considered as "juristically untenable and not in conformity with the flexibility of equity.., the general proposition that population of economy are irrelevant because.., they may change with time".
For evidence of relevant patterns of behavior and juristically relevant expectation, see, e.g., supra notes 6, 17, 25.
(20) Within that juristically protected sphere of free social interaction, more or less autonomous individuals were able to devote themselves to the pursuit of their own private interests.
But abstracted legal doctrine reflects practice, as it should, in juristically specific ways which may be quite useful to the legal historian but may prove frustrating and even hazardous to those reconstructing social, economic and, for that matter, maritime history.