legally incapable

See: disabled
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According to Phillips, it follows from Vial that, because it was unclear in 2013 whether Miller would apply retroactively, a Miller claim was not then available to him; therefore, he was legally incapable of presenting such a claim at that time.
It bears emphasis that being an ordinary piece of legislation, the proposed BBL is legally incapable of dismantling the ARMM.
The judge said while consent was not a defence to a charge of rape when the victim is under 13 - because she is deemed legally incapable of consent - it could be taken into account for sentencing.
Tortures are also used in orphanages, elderly homes, mental facilities, but people held they can't report about tortures as they are considered legally incapable.
Also prescription does not run as regards a creditor who is legally incapable, absent or convicted criminal if he is not legally represented.
Before the constitutional reforms the Constitution said that if a company is legally incapable of making such payments, this
Khaled Ali accused the state of resorting to Law 87 because it is legally incapable of punishing striking workers, as punishment for strikers is illegal under Egypt's constitution.
In the Siberian Altai region, the voter lists included 986 people who should not have voted as they were either deemed legally incapable of casting their ballots or they were in jail.
At his age, he was legally incapable of consenting to intercourse.
Using these terms to describe the abuse of a minor legally incapable of consent blurs the bright line that needs to exist for these crimes.
Judge Ray Fullam said he had taken advantage of the girl when she was legally incapable of consenting to sex.